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Jim Bridger Grave, Jackson County Missouri

Jim Bridger and the connection to the Latter-day Saint Pioneers sites in Jackson County Missouri lds

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Missouri Church History Sites

Missouri Church history site lists and stories The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

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Jackson County Missouri Jail Site

In 1841 a second jail was built on the site of the original log jail on 223 North Main. It was located on the corner lot where Truman Information Center is now located, just north of the historic 1859 jail. The Jail is a two-story brick structure with two basement prison cells. Orrin Porter Rockwell […]

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Bishop Edward Partridge's House and School Site

Bishop Partridge Home Site Independence Missouri Church History site LDS

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Independence Missouri Temple Lot

Temple Lot Independence Missouri information The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

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Independence Missouri Visitors Center

Independence Missouri Visitors Center information of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

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Historical Markers Walking Trail Independence Missouri 7-14

Walking tour in Independence Missouri and Latter-Day Saint Church History sites

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Historical Walking Tour Independence Missouri Sites 1-6

Historical Walking Tour in Independence Missouri

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Alexander Doniphan Historical Marker

Alexander Doniphan was an attorney in the State of Missouri during the Missouri and Latter-day Saint conflic. Through the brave actions of Alexander Doniphan, the prophet was not killed in the state of Missouri. Doniphan's actions as an attorney helped the Saints defend themselves in the courts where few would help. Some of the actions […]

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Who is Edward Partridge?

Edward Partridge is known as the “First Bishop of the Church.” Edward Partridge was born in Pittsfield Massachusetts on August 27, 1793. He was the son of William Partridge and Jemima Bidwell. Edward Partridge was a hatter by trade. By 1830 he owned his own hat shop. Edward and his wife Lydia aligned themselves with […]

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