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When Historic Nauvoo opens to the public again, the seen and the unseen will combine to help visitors understand more than their eyes could ever teach them.
Learn a little about how the Gheen family’s service in Nauvoo 175 years ago helped the Church grow.
People have found meaning and spiritual connection at the Church’s historic sites. Whether in person or through technology, they can draw nearer to heaven and feel the unifying power. You can help others feel the same connection.
As Church members experience our sacred past, they grow in their faith in Jesus Christ and His gospel, get helpful answers to questions, and receive spiritual strength and perspective.
The innovative design and construction of the new Church History Library make the facility more than just an attractive venue for accessing the archives of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
On 21 January 2005, Brian Durrant of Solihull, England, officially presented to the Europe West Area Presidency an original Nauvoo Temple Plate, commemorating the dedication of the Nauvoo Temple in May of 1846.
If you wanted to know the background on the Word of Wisdom, read an entry in Heber C. Kimball's diary or obtain a copy of your patriarchal blessing, you need only visit one place: the Church History Library of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Descendants of a man who provided funding for the first printing of the Book of Mormon presented his wallet to the LDS Church on Friday, noting the $3,000 he donated in 1830 would be the equivalent of a $1.6 million gift in 2007.