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Porter Rockwell Chronicles, vol. 2
by Richard Lloyd Dewey
Arlington, Virginia: Stratford Books,

Published In Series:
The Porter Rockwell Chronicles
Volume: 2


Genre:  Novel
Sub Genres:
Historical Fiction

Subjects: Rockwell, Orrin Porter, 1813-1878--Fiction; Mormons--United States--History--19th century--Fiction;
The second volume in The Porter Rockwell Chronicles, Porter and the Mormons make the exodus to Nauvoo, Illinois, and built a city of striking beauty. In Nauvoo, Porter would experience first-hand heartache and exultation. His relationship with his wife would provide interesting trials, his closeness with his oldest daughter would solidify even more, and his friendship with Joseph would also grow stronger, all preparatory to the character development that would set him apart in later years as America's most mysterious gunfighter. [publisher blurb]

HBLL Call No: BX 8688.3 .D515p 1999 vol.2

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