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Picturing history: Newel K. Whitney Store important, sacred site
Before The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints was a year old, the store of Newel K. Whitney in Kirtland, Ohio, began playing an important role in its history.
Picturing history: Karl Ricks Anderson, 'Mr. Kirtland'
Karl Anderson preparing to be interviewed behind the counter in the Newel K. Whitney store, Kirtland, Ohio. Kenneth Mays.
Springville family makes gingerbread house of Provo City Center Temple
In the past he and the family have constructed the Cathedral at Notre Dame, the Empire State Building, the London Tower Bridge, the Leaning Tower of Pisa and the Newel K. Whitney Store. “We like something recognizable and fun, but hard to build,” Jacob ...
Macklemore's New Song 'White Privilege II' Prompts All Sorts Of Reactions
Macklemore and Ryan Lewis are tackling the topic of white privilege in their new song, aptly titled "White Privilege II.
Church History Museum reopens after year of renovation
There are large displays of the Newel K. Whitney store and the Kirtland Temple. Visitors can stand in a replica of the Liberty Jail and get a sense of the space Joseph and other church leaders lived in during a harsh and frigid winter.

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Newel K. Whitney - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Newel Kimball Whitney (February 5, 1795 – September 24, 1850) (first name sometimes found as Newell) was a prominent member and leader in the Latter Day ...
The Newel K. Whitney Family - Ensign Dec. 1978 - ensign
Newel K. Whitney was born on 5 February 1795 at Marlborough, Vermont, the first son and the second child of Samuel Whitney and Susannah Kimball. Young  ...
Newel K. Whitney Store - The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day
Visit the Newel K. Whitney general store, restored to its 1830 condition. Joseph Smith lived here for a time and established the School of the Prophets in one of ...
Newel K. Whitney Store - Church History - The Church of Jesus
Sep 10, 2013 Bishop Newel K. Whitney prepared an apartment for the Prophet's family in his store, and Joseph lived here until the winter of the following year ...
Newel K. Whitney Home
Sep 10, 2013 Here, Newel K. Whitney was called as the second bishop in the Church. A three- day "Feast for the Poor," many of them newly arrived Saints, ...

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