A number of important historical events took place on the Peter Whitmer farm which pertain to the growth of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. It was here that a substantial part of the Book of Mormon was translated . . .More
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Freedom, New York. Joseph Smith held a meeting at which he baptized Heman T. Hyde, a young man whose entire family later joined the Church and formed part of the Freedom Branch.
Commerce, Illinois. Joseph Smith dictated a letter to Robert D. Foster, who had spent four months with the Prophet on his journey to the nation’s capital. Foster and Joseph Smith had returned to Illinois together, after having left Sidney Rigdon in Philadelphia, Elias Higbee in Washington, D.C., and Orrin Porter Rockwell in Dayton, Ohio.
Nauvoo, Illinois. Joseph Smith commanded the Nauvoo Legion on parade through the streets of Nauvoo.
Ramus, Illinois. Joseph Smith traveled with Brigham Young from Nauvoo to Ramus, where with one hand Joseph pulled up the strongest man in the town in a stick-pulling contest.
Nauvoo, Illinois. Joseph Smith attended an organizational meeting of the Council of Fifty, a group assigned to assist with strategic planning for the Church.
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