Thursday, April 27, 2017

Nauvoo Field trip

I liked the pioneer passing time because we learned how they passed time and we got too try the things they did. That they had over 12,000 people in a short amount of time and there brick clamp it was a smart idea so they could get a lot of bricks done a ounce. The Mormons where forced out of their place because other city's where violent and they did not want to fight back and they had too have nine different places to make wagons. I would choose the black smith's in Nauvoo because I found it cool how he made the rings and horse shoes

6 comments:

  1. Jacob you seemed that you had a good time and like me thought the blacksmith's was a very interesting place.

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  2. That is a good job to want to research! Good Reflection!

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  3. It is so wrong and so sad that they were forced out of their home!

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  4. I thought that it was crazy how they used NINE blacksmith shops to make wagons!

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  5. 12,000 people doesn't sound like a whole lot, but when you think it was about the size of Chicago at the time, that's amazing! Then, they had to abandon the whole place. :(

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