Mormon Historical Studies - Fall 2002 | Vol. 3 | No. 2

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Introduction & Contents

Editor’s Letter

Katharine Smith Salisbury: Sister to the Prophet

The Forgotten Daughter: Julia Murdock Smith

“A Perfect Estopel”: Selling the Nauvoo Temple

Name Index

Historic Reseach Index

“This Institution Is a Good One”: The Female Relief Society of Nauvoo, 17 March 1842 to 16 March 1844

Personal Essay

Designing and Constructing the “New” Nauvoo Temple: A Personal Reflection

Historic Sites

Found at Last: The Final Resting Place of Frederick Granger Williams

A Brief History of the Smith Family Nauvoo Cemetery


“Blessed Is the First Man Baptised in This Font”: Reuben McBride, First Proxy to Be Baptized for the Dead in the Nauvoo Temple

Book Reviews

Nauvoo: A Place of Peace, A People of Promise, by Glen M. Leonard – Reviewed by Bryon C. Andreasen

Annotated Record of Baptisms for the Dead, 1840-1845:
Nauvoo, Hancock County, Illinois, by Susan Easton Black and Harvey Bischoff Black – Reviewed by Kahlile B. Mehr