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Book of Mormon: Nauvoo Edition PB By The Nauvoo Press
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At some point before the third edition went to press, Joseph Smith compared the printed text of the two previous editions (1830 and 1837) with the original manuscript, and found errors made in... More > copying the printer's manuscript with the original. Some of those errors were restored in this 1840 edition. Includes the original text of the 1840 edition as well as the story of Ebenezer Robinson and the amazing story of the Nauvoo Edition. This is the Paperback Edition.< Less
The Book of Mormon - 1840 Edition By The Nauvoo Press
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At some point before the third edition went to press, Joseph Smith compared the printed text of the two previous editions (1830 and 1837) with the original manuscript, and found errors made in... More > copying the printer's manuscript with the original. Some of those errors were restored in this 1840 edition. Includes the original text of the 1840 edition as well as the story of Ebenezer Robinson and the amazing story of the Nauvoo Edition.< Less
Book of Mormon: 1879 Edition By The Nauvoo Press
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Orson Pratt introduced the verse numbering system in the 1879 edition. The verse assignments haven’t changed since then, by the way. The text was taken from the corrected 1852 edition.... More > The text from this edition was used from 1888 through 1907. The 1879/1911 LDS editions of the Book of Mormon contain many geographical references which were removed from subsequent editions. Some interesting footnotes: 1 Nephi 13:10 1 Nephi 13:12 1 Nephi 13:17 1 Nephi 22:7 Mormon 6:2 Ether 9:3 Ether 11:6 Ether 15:8< Less
Book of Mormon: 1841 Edition By The Nauvoo Press
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4,050 copies (5,000 contracted); published for Brigham Young, Heber C. Kimball, and Parley P. Pratt (by J. Tompkins, Liverpool, England). This first European edition was printed with the... More > permission of Joseph Smith; it is essentially a reprinting of the 1837 edition with British spellings. In February 1841, the first copies of the 1841 edition of the Book of Mormon were completed and the copyright was secured on February 8, 1841. Though Tompkins was paid to print 5,000 copies of the book, only 4,050 were produced.< Less
Book of Mormon: 1830 Edition By The Nauvoo Press
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5,000 copies of this edition were originally printed. It was published by E. B. Grandin in Palmyra, New York. The first edition is largely a faithful copy of the printer's manuscript (although on... More > one occasion the original manuscript rather than the printer's was used for typesetting). This edition reproduces what the compositor, John H. Gilbert, considered grammatical "errors." Gilbert added punctuation and determined the paragraphing for the first edition. In the Preface, Joseph Smith explains the loss of the Book of Lehi-116 pages of manuscript. The testimonies of the Three and the Eight Witnesses were placed at the end of the book. In this and all other early editions, there is no versification. This edition contains the index distributed as a pamphlet by early missionaries with the Book of Mormon.< Less
Book of Mormon: 1837 Edition By The Nauvoo Press
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Either 3,000 or 5,000 copies of this edition (the second) were printed. It was published by Parley P. Pratt and John Goodson in Kirtland, Ohio. The typesetting and printing were done during the... More > winter of 1836–37, with Joseph Smith and Oliver Cowdery taking an active part in the editing process. For this edition, hundreds of grammatical changes and a few emendations were made in the text to correct printers and transcription errors. The 1830 edition and the printer's manuscript were used as the basis for this edition. As the translator of the text, and Prophet, Joseph Smith also made a number of editorial changes to correct or clarify.< Less
Nauvoo Pageant 2010 By David Pitcher
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A compilation of photos and documents from our participation in the 2010 Nauvoo Pageant of the LDS Church.
The Rise and Fall of Nauvoo By B. H. (Brigham Henry) Roberts
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Brigham Henry Roberts (March 13, 1857 – September 27, 1933)... More > was a Mormon leader, historian, and politician. He published a popular six-volume history of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) and also wrote Studies of the Book of Mormon (unpublished until after his death), which discussed the validity of the Book of Mormon as an ancient record. Roberts was denied a seat as a member of United States Congress because of his practice of plural marriage.Roberts was born in Warrington, Lancashire, England, the son of Benjamin Roberts, an alcoholic blacksmith and ship plater, and Ann Everington, a seamstress. In the year of his birth both parents converted to the LDS Church. Benjamin Roberts then abandoned his family. Roberts later wrote, "My childhood was a nightmare; my boyhood a tragedy. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/B._H._Roberts< Less
William Weeks and the Ephemeral Temple at Nauvoo By Steven Cornell
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The thesis will consider the following ideas: The Nauvoo period was a transitional moment in the formation of Mormon theology, ritual, and cultural identity, and through its monumental form, unique... More > spatial organization, and idiosyncratic ornamental program, the Nauvoo Temple (1839-1846) materialized this paradigmatic moment and forever venerated it with its destruction in 1848. The thesis will explore and challenge currently accepted scholarship regarding Joseph Smith as originator and author of the temples design by reexamining William Weeks’ contribution as architect. A macabre specter memorialized through misty daguerrotypes and extant foundation stones, the Nauvoo Temple in its physical absence, continued to epitomize this contentious and volatile transitional period in Mormon history. The heart of the thesis will, therefore, examine the significance of the original Nauvoo Temple juxtaposed with the significance of the reconstructed Temple and consider the implications of the contrasted meaning.< Less
"The Nauvoo Temple" Cross-Stitch Pattern By Velvet Element
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Cross-stitch pattern of "The Nauvoo Temple”. Original image © Intellectual Reserve, Inc., used by permission. Design size: 10.5” x 8”. White Aida Cloth. 14 stitches per... More > inch. Includes Pattern and Color Chart.< Less

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