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Wend Your Way: A Guide to Sites along the Iowa Mormon Trail - L. Matthew Chatterly, Susan Easton Black
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The exodus of the Mormon people from Illinois across the Great Plains to the Salt Lake Valley was the most monumental movement of a people in the settlement of the American West. In 1846, the first pioneers, led by Brigham Young, crossed Iowa, and this proved to be the most difficult part of their journey. The weather, the terrain and emigrants' lack of experience and preparation tested their faith and strength, but their single-minded desire to reach a safe home in the West The exodus of the Mormon people from Illinois across the Great Plains to the Salt Lake Valley was the most monumental movement of a people in the settlement of the American West. In 1846, the first pioneers, led by Brigham Young, crossed Iowa, and this proved to be the most difficult part of their journey. The weather, the terrain and emigrants' lack of experience and preparation tested their faith and strength, but their single-minded desire to reach a safe home in the West forged them into a strong people. Wend Your Way: A Guide to Sites Along the Mormon Trail tells the story of this great movement through Iowa. Tracing the trail from east to west through 12 counties the guide includes: Mormon Trail history for each county Directs visitors to the 27 interpretive roadside panels that were constructed on the trail by U.S. National Park Service and Iowa Mormon Trails Association Reproduces the poignant illustrations that author L. Matthew Chatterley drew for these wayside exhibits Provides a map and directions by county to guide travelers to the route of the Mormon Trail, sites of Mormon camps and settlements and the interpretive roadside panels Lists other locations in southern Iowa that visitors will want to explore Books, Travel & Travel Guides~~United States~~Midwest~~West North Central (IA KS MN MO ND NE SD), Wend-Your-Way~~L-Matthew-Chatterly, 999999999, Wend Your Way: A Guide to Sites along the Iowa Mormon Trail, L. Matthew Chatterly, Susan Easton Black, 1587295717, University of Iowa Press, , , , , University of Iowa Press

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The exodus of the Mormon people from Illinois across the Great Plains to the Salt Lake Valley was the most monumental movement of a people in the settlement of the American West. In 1846, the first pioneers, led by Brigham Young, crossed Iowa, and this proved to be the most difficult part of their journey. The weather, the terrain and emigrants' lack of experience and preparation tested their faith and strength, but their single-minded desire to reach a safe home in the West The exodus of the Mormon people from Illinois across the Great Plains to the Salt Lake Valley was the most monumental movement of a people in the settlement of the American West. In 1846, the first pioneers, led by Brigham Young, crossed Iowa, and this proved to be the most difficult part of their journey. The weather, the terrain and emigrants' lack of experience and preparation tested their faith and strength, but their single-minded desire to reach a safe home in the West forged them into a strong people. Wend Your Way: A Guide to Sites Along the Mormon Trail tells the story of this great movement through Iowa. Tracing the trail from east to west through 12 counties the guide includes: Mormon Trail history for each county Directs visitors to the 27 interpretive roadside panels that were constructed on the trail by U.S. National Park Service and Iowa Mormon Trails Association Reproduces the poignant illustrations that author L. Matthew Chatterley drew for these wayside exhibits Provides a map and directions by county to guide travelers to the route of the Mormon Trail, sites of Mormon camps and settlements and the interpretive roadside panels Lists other locations in southern Iowa that visitors will want to explore Books, Travel & Travel Guides~~United States~~Midwest~~West North Central (IA KS MN MO ND NE SD), Wend-Your-Way~~L-Matthew-Chatterly, , , , , , , , , , University of Iowa Press

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781587295713
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1587295717
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsjahr: 2000
Herausgeber: UNIV OF IOWA PR
102 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,181 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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