Includes bibliographical references (pages 351-353) and index.
The coming of the Mormons -- Origins of the conflict -- The trouble in Nauvoo -- The murders in Carthage -- The trial and the violence -- The exodus and the battle of Nauvoo.
Cultures in Conflict offers students of history an invaluable source of documents regarding the history of the Mormon presence in Illinois. Few local histories are so academically sound.-Illinois TimesHallwas and Launius have compiled and written the most balanced and thorough account yet of the events and circumstances that led to the forced Mormon exodus from Nauvoo following the mini civil war that erupted in Illinois during the 1849s.
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