Sacred Places, Vol. 1 by LaMar C. Berrett Berett
New England and Eastern Canada: A Comprehensive Guide to Early LDS Historical Sites

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The culmination of over 25 years of research and study, the new travel series, Sacred Places, will bring Church history to life for individuals and families alike. In their endeavor to help guide interested Saints to the places made sacred by the sacrifices of those who have gone before, LaMar Berrett and the other series authors have filled Sacred Places with the best information available about our Church history sites.

New England and Eastern Canada, the first volume in the series, takes you to hundreds of sites made sacred by the events leading up to and revolving around the Restoration. Visit the birthplaces of Joseph Smith, Brigham Young, and other important Church leaders. Walk in the footsteps of the first missionaries as they traveled long and dusty roads to bring the good news of the gospel and to proclaim the truth of the Book of Mormon to their brothers and sisters in Canada and New England. Witness the sites of our nation's struggle for independence — a struggle that ultimately ushered in the final dispensation.

Packed with dozens of maps and photographs, Sacred Places is the perfect companion for you Church history tour. Don't waste another family vacation doing the same old thing. Sacred Places can help you discover yourself as you explore the riches of our past — in New England and Canada.
 

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Published July 12, 2012 by Deseret Book. 196 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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