In 1839 Joseph Smith bought the property of Commerce, Illinois as a refuge for the LDS people who were being driven from Missouri by religious persecution. It was a swamp and a few log cabins.
The site had once been the indian village "Quashquema". The city was named Nauvoo, which in Hebrew means "Beautiful Place".
This page contains a sample of the best digital photos and pictures that we have taken of the Old Restored Town of Nauvoo, Illinois.
These pictures and photos are for your enjoyment and may be freely used for clean, wholesome, noncommercial, purposes that are supportive of the LDS Church and the City Of Joseph Pageant.
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If you plan to fly in to visit Nauvoo; it is suggested to fly in to the Quad City International Airport in Moline, Rock Island, IL 61265. Then to take a rental car to Nauvoo, Illinois. You could then stay in the Nauvoo Area.
How To Drive There From The Quad City International Airport:
From the Quad City International Airport Moline, IL 61265 Head southeast toward US-6 E 0.7 mile. Continue straight onto US-6 W 0.1 mile. Take the exit onto I-280 E/I-74 E toward Peoria/Chicago 9.0 mile. Take the exit onto I-74 E toward Peoria 31.7 mile. Take exit 46A to merge onto US-34 W toward Monmouth 21.6 mile. Take the US-34 W exit toward Burlington 0.4 mile. Turn right at US-34 W 23.4 mile. Turn left at 700E/Carman Rd/State Route 522. Then continue to follow State Route 522 9.6 miles. Then turn right at IL-96 S for 21.6 mile & you will be in Nauvoo. The route should be a trip of less than 2 1/2 hours in length.
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|Brigham Young Home.||Small Conference Room.|
Where Church Business
|Kitchen And Dining Area.||The Dishes On|
The Right Cabinet
Mary Ann Hid Them
Old Spring House.
|One Of The|
The Ropes Before Sleeping.
|The Meeting Grove,|
Under The Trees.
|Detail Of Mary Ann|
|Emma And Joseph Smith.|
In Monument To Women.
|John Taylor Home|
The Print Shop
And Post Office.
|Sitting Room.||Childrens Room.|
|This Horse Toy Is Original.|
After John's Family Left Nauvoo,
His Child Cried For Two Days,
John Taylor Went Back To
Nauvoo, At Great Risk
To Get It For His Child!
|Master Bed Room|
Notice John Taylor's
Shaving Mirror And Stand
He Was A Tall Man!
|To Carthage Jail. Carthage, Illinois.
|To City Of Joseph Pageant.
|To Nauvoo Temple Construction.
|To Entering Nauvoo.
|To Joseph Smith Homestead.
|To Nauvoo Old Town Page One.
|To Nauvoo Old Town Page Two.
|To Nauvoo Old Town Page Three.
|To Brigham Young House, Saint George, Utah.
|To Brigham Young Home, Old Nauvoo, Illinois.
|To Jacob Hamblin Cabin Home, Saint George, Utah.
|To LDS Mormon Tabernacle, Saint George, Utah.
|To LDS Mormon Temple, Saint George, Utah.
|To "Old Time" Photos Of Nauvoo, Illinois.