A statue of Joseph Smith and his brother Hyrum stands outside the Carthage Jail where the two were killed in 1844. The historic jail is still open for tours.
A statue of Joseph Smith and his brother Hyrum stands outside the Carthage Jail where the two were killed in 1844. The historic jail is still open for tours. Journal-Pilot file photo
A statue of Joseph Smith and his brother Hyrum stands outside the Carthage Jail where the two were killed in 1844. The historic jail is still open for tours. Journal-Pilot file photo

Nauvoo was home to the growth of the Mormon religion

June 10, 2018 04:37 AM