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The Iowa Mormon Trail : legacy of faith and courage, Susan Easton Black and William G. Hartley, editors

Label
The Iowa Mormon Trail : legacy of faith and courage
Title
The Iowa Mormon Trail
Title remainder
legacy of faith and courage
Statement of responsibility
Susan Easton Black and William G. Hartley, editors
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Collection of papers from the Iowa Mormon Trail Symposium held May 3-4, 1996 in Des Moines, Iowa. Examines the history of the Mormon Trail in Iowa, with special focus on topics such as Mormon women, the hardships of the Nauvoo Poor Camps, the social life and entertainment of the travelers, the temporary way stations of Garden Grove, Mt. Pisgah, and Kanesville, and the Mormon Battalion
Cataloging source
ULA
Dewey number
977.7/02/088283
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
index present
LC call number
F630.M8
LC item number
I58 1997
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1996
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Black, Susan Easton
  • Hartley, William G
  • Iowa Mormon Trail Symposium
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Mormon pioneers
  • Frontier and pioneer life
  • Iowa
  • Nauvoo (Ill.)
  • Mormon Pioneer National Historic Trail
  • United States
Label
The Iowa Mormon Trail : legacy of faith and courage, Susan Easton Black and William G. Hartley, editors
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Collection of papers from the Iowa Mormon Trail Symposium held May 3-4, 1996 in Des Moines, Iowa
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
Winter exodus from Nauvoo: Brigham Young's Camp of Israel, 1846 / William G. Hartley -- "We were willing because we were obliged to": The Mormons, their religion and why they left Nauvoo / James B. Allen -- Mormon satellite settlements in Hancock County, Illinois and Lee County, Iowa / Donald Q. Cannon -- Nauvoo on the eve of the exodus / Susan Easton Black -- Iowa in 1846: context for the trail / Loren N. Horton -- Spring exodus from Nauvoo: act two in the 1846 Mormon evacuation drama / William G. Hartley -- Social life on the Mormon Trail and the meaning of the Camp of Israel: an essay / Stanley B. Kimball -- "But with joy wend your way": women on the Iowa Mormon Trail / Carol Cornwall Madsen -- The Nauvoo Brass Band and its involvement in the Nauvoo exodus / J. Mark Ammons -- Interrupted exodus: enlisting the Mormon Battalion as Iowa volunteers / Larry C. Porter -- "Dadda, I wish we were out of this country": the Nauvoo Poor Camps in Iowa, Fall 1846 / Richard E. Bennett -- Pottawattamie County: the Mormon Trail and ferry system in southwestern Iowa / Gail Geo. Holmes -- A legacy of exodus / Richard E. Bennett -- Lee County: Montrose, a once-proposed Mormon temple site? / Mike Foley -- Van Buren County / Mike Foley -- Van Buren County / Ralph Arnold -- Davis County / Dorothy Gentry and Rick Krenz -- Appanoose County / Willis Heusinkveld -- Wayne County: the story of "Come, come, ye saints" / D. Elbert Pidcock -- Decatur County: Garden Grove, a Mormon frontier community, 1846-1852 / Paul and Karla Gunzenhauser -- Lucas County / John G. Pierce -- Clarke County / William Carper -- Union County: the Mount Pisgah experience / Robert Brown and Mary Hilger -- Adair County / Lana Pals -- Cass County / Floyd E. Pearce
Control code
ocm37365814
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xxxii, 268 p.
Isbn
9780965557207
Lccn
96080167
Other physical details
ill., map
System control number
(Sirsi) i0965557200
Label
The Iowa Mormon Trail : legacy of faith and courage, Susan Easton Black and William G. Hartley, editors
Publication
Note
Collection of papers from the Iowa Mormon Trail Symposium held May 3-4, 1996 in Des Moines, Iowa
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
Winter exodus from Nauvoo: Brigham Young's Camp of Israel, 1846 / William G. Hartley -- "We were willing because we were obliged to": The Mormons, their religion and why they left Nauvoo / James B. Allen -- Mormon satellite settlements in Hancock County, Illinois and Lee County, Iowa / Donald Q. Cannon -- Nauvoo on the eve of the exodus / Susan Easton Black -- Iowa in 1846: context for the trail / Loren N. Horton -- Spring exodus from Nauvoo: act two in the 1846 Mormon evacuation drama / William G. Hartley -- Social life on the Mormon Trail and the meaning of the Camp of Israel: an essay / Stanley B. Kimball -- "But with joy wend your way": women on the Iowa Mormon Trail / Carol Cornwall Madsen -- The Nauvoo Brass Band and its involvement in the Nauvoo exodus / J. Mark Ammons -- Interrupted exodus: enlisting the Mormon Battalion as Iowa volunteers / Larry C. Porter -- "Dadda, I wish we were out of this country": the Nauvoo Poor Camps in Iowa, Fall 1846 / Richard E. Bennett -- Pottawattamie County: the Mormon Trail and ferry system in southwestern Iowa / Gail Geo. Holmes -- A legacy of exodus / Richard E. Bennett -- Lee County: Montrose, a once-proposed Mormon temple site? / Mike Foley -- Van Buren County / Mike Foley -- Van Buren County / Ralph Arnold -- Davis County / Dorothy Gentry and Rick Krenz -- Appanoose County / Willis Heusinkveld -- Wayne County: the story of "Come, come, ye saints" / D. Elbert Pidcock -- Decatur County: Garden Grove, a Mormon frontier community, 1846-1852 / Paul and Karla Gunzenhauser -- Lucas County / John G. Pierce -- Clarke County / William Carper -- Union County: the Mount Pisgah experience / Robert Brown and Mary Hilger -- Adair County / Lana Pals -- Cass County / Floyd E. Pearce
Control code
ocm37365814
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xxxii, 268 p.
Isbn
9780965557207
Lccn
96080167
Other physical details
ill., map
System control number
(Sirsi) i0965557200

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