Iowa Historic Sites
The Kanesville Tabernacle, in Council Bluffs, Iowa, is a reconstruction of the tabernacle built by the Latter-day Saints to provide a place to reorganize the First Presidency in 1847. In the tabernacle, Brigham Young was sustained as the President of the Church with Apostles Willard Richards and Heber C. Kimball serving as his counselors.
Mount Pisgah Monument
The Mount Pisgah Monument, located near the town of Thayer, Iowa, commemorates the Latter-day Saints who passed away at the temporary settlement of Mount Pisgah along the Mormon Trail.
What to Expect When You Visit the Church’s Historic Sites in Nebraska and Iowa