Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Today in Church history -- 11/26

--November 26, 1841
Nauvoo, Illinois. Joseph Smith presented and passed a bill at the Nauvoo City Council meeting for “an Ordinance in relation to Hawkers, Peddlers, Public Shows, and Exhibitions, in order to prevent any immoral or obscene exhibition.”

--November 26, 1842
Nauvoo, Illinois. For six hours, Joseph Smith attended to Brigham Young, who was sick with a severe fever.

--Nov 26,1923
Corporation of the President is incorporated, becoming the successor of the Trustee-in-Trust as center of church financial operations.

--Nov 26,1984
First Presidency announces that as of 1 01uary mission service for young men will return to 24 months.

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