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19. Life in Nauvoo the Beautiful study guide

19. Life in Nauvoo the Beautiful study guide - 6 What...

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Name Study Guide C HAPTER 19 “L IFE IN N AUVOO THE B EAUTIFUL CJO- DHF 1. As you study this chapter indicate the building used for each of the following purposes: Hotel to accommodate visitors to Nauvoo Office of the First Presidency Theatrical productions, concerts, Masonic ceremonies, etc. Training missionaries, office, a small museum, & library Sacred ordinances 2. A s you study this chapter indicate the individual called to each of the following responsibilities: Patriarch to the Church 2 nd Counselor in the First Presidency Mayor of Nauvoo Lieutenant General of the Nauvoo Legion 3. In nineteenth century America, the word ward meant what? 4. What were some of the laws and programs implemented by the Nauvoo city council? (name at least three) 5. How did Nauvoo differ from other Illinois towns in economic conditions?
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Unformatted text preview: 6. What important precedent was set in Nauvoo in setting up the University of Nauvoo? 7. Identify what you consider the four most important items to be published in the Times and Seasons . 8. How did the responsibilities of the Quorum of the Twelve change during this time period and why was this significant for the future of the Church? 9. What was the largest Melchizedek Priesthood group during the Nauvoo period? 10. Explain the beginnings of the Female Relief Society, how it was organized, and who was its first president? Thought Question: Write two or three paragraphs discussing the Four P’s : “What P ractices, P rinciples, P riesthood organizations, and P rograms , begun or emphasized in Nauvoo, have become hallmarks of The Church today?...
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