NAUVOO INTERNET NEWS
Nauvoo news for tourist and those who just love Nauvoo.
May 6 2007
Published by Fred Cote at Nauvoo Illinois Since April 1997
This is not an official site of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, the "City of Joseph" pageant, Nauvoo Restoration Inc., or the RLDS ("Community of Christ") Church . This site is for the purpose of promoting Nauvoo, and informing its readers of events in Nauvoo.
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Nauvoo Temple Time-Lapse
Nauvoo Temple Story
Latter-day Saints and the Nauvoo Temple: Then and Now
When Latter-day Saints were driven out of Nauvoo, Illinois in 1846, their last sight of the city they built was their temple gleaming on a hilltop.
President Gordon B. Hinckley, world leader of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, took a tour of the Nauvoo Temple Saturday 4/20 at 12 noon for about one hour .
Radio Sound clips from Nauvoo
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Illinois First Lady Visits Nauvoo Temple
Temple's importance to Church members
Audio News Release concerning the dedication of the Nauvoo Illinois Temple
Dedication Press Conference
President Gordon B. Hinckley NC dedication 1
President Gordon B. Hinckley NC dedication 2
President Gordon B. Hinckley NC dedication 3
President Gordon B. Hinckley NC dedication 4
President Gordon B. Hinckley 5
VIDEO TOUR OF TEMPLE
VIEW IN WINDOWS MEDIA
Nauvoo Illinois Temple Facts
THE ORIGINAL TEMPLE
under the direction of the Prophet Joseph Smith, early Church members
drained swampland on the bend of the Mississippi River and created the
city of Nauvoo,
Illinois. They began construction of a temple on a 3.3-acre block in
TEMPLE INTERIOR PHOTOS
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