Godfrey, Kenneth W.
The Battle of Nauvoo Revisited
John Whitmer Historical Association Journal
John Whitmer Historical Association
In this article the authro expounds the history of the Battle of Nauvoo and the events leading up to it. In the end, the goal of the mob, to drive the mormons out of Illinois permanently, were initially successful but in the long run, failed.
Backenstos, Jacob B.
Council of Fifty
Hancock County, Ill.
Nauvoo, Ill., American setting
Nauvoo, Ill., Battle of Nauvoo
Nauvoo, Ill., exodus
Nauvoo, Ill., law and order
Nauvoo, Ill., Nauvoo Charter
Young, Brigham, leadership
A Comprehensive History of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
A History of Illinois : From Its Commencement as a State in 1818 to 1847
Carthage Conspiracy : The Trial of the Accused Assassins of Joseph Smith
Cultures in Conflict : A Documentary History of the Mormon War in Illinois
Curtis Edwin Bolton, Pioneer Missionary : History, Descendants and Ancestors
Nauvoo : A Place of Peace, a People of Promise
Nauvoo Temple : A Story of Faith
Quincy-- A City of Refuge
The 1845 Burning of Morley's Settlement and Murder of Edmund Durfee
The Importance of the Temple in Understanding the Latter-day Saint Nauvoo Experience
The Rise and Fall of Nauvoo
The Triumph of Mobocracy in Hancock County, 1844-1846
Thomas Sharp and Anti-Mormon Sentiment in Illinois