[The Nauvoo Endowment Companies 1845 1846 A Documentary History] E–pub ↠ Devery S. Anderson
He urgency of the saints as they prepare to begin the west as they prepare to begin the west contrasted with their desire to receive their temple as contrasted with their desire to receive their temple An ancestor of mine Charle. Tes and documentation of sealings including polygamous unions to be of significance Others will turn to the narrative portions of the records including irst person accounts and minutes of meetings For instance as women cleaned the ceremonial robes or the next day’s endowment “companies” or sessions church officials would read rom John C Fremont’s published journal anticipating their imminent exodus rom Nauvoo or the Great BasinThe sources extracted in this companion volume to Joseph Smith’s uorum of the Anointed and The Development of LDS Temple Worship include original te. It s been interesting I
did the experiment that I would *Read The Events In The * the events in the along with the the experiment that I would read the events in the book along with the days this last 2 months or so You get to Noir feel For the two months the Nauvoo temple was in operation December 1845 February 1846 scribes carefully documented all activities and events taking place inside including lectures on the endowment ceremony drama and sealing rituals Their narratives begin with the lighting ofires and hauling of water each morning at 300 am many ordinance workers slept overnight in the temple to late night celebratory dancing “We danced unto the Lord” Brigham Young explained and Sunday sermons delivered to the recently endowedHistorians biographers and genealogists will ind the names and dates of the initia.