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Published: Monday, July 1 2013 5:00 a.m. MDT

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layton, UT

RE: Malia Morley, from Sandy, delayed her Mormon mission by a couple of months so she could be in the pageant as Leonora Taylor, the wife of John Taylor. The depth and reach of the pageant has surprised her.

John Taylor, "Joseph reached round the door casing, and discharged his six shooter into the passage, some barrels missing fire....When Hyrum fell, Joseph exclaimed, "Oh dear, brother Hyrum!" and opening the door a few inches he discharged his six shooter in the stairway (as stated before), two or three barrels of which missed fire." (History of the Church, vol. 6, p. 618)

Lake Havasu City, AZ

We attended a few years ago, and were so blessed to be able to see this great Pageant. My ancestors were some of the first Saints in Nauvoo, and I felt like I was re-living their lives. Any family would benefit greatly to spend the money and travel to see this pageant, it is worth much more than the cost of Travel.

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