Stories from the Life of Porter Rockwell (2010) online
Rockwell saved the life of the Prophet more than once and became a legend as a frontiersman, a marksman, and a man of iron nerve. And though many outsiders characterized Porter Rockwell as a notorious vengeful murderer, those who knew him saw a protector, a miraculous healer, and a loyal friend. He was called a saint and a sinner, a lawman and a criminal, a hero and a villain. Indians feared him, saying he was impossible to kill, but some people traveled hundreds of miles to try. Although his death by natural causes likely disappointed the many outlaws seeking his life, it also fulfilled a prophecy given by Joseph Smith that no bullet or blade would ever harm Porter Rockwell. Rockwell saved the life of the Prophet more than once and became a legend as a frontiersman, a marksman, and a man of iron nerve.
Documentary, western. Rockwell saved the life of the Prophet more than once and became a legend as a frontiersman, a marksman, and a man of iron nerve
When Orrin Porter Rockwell died of a hear. Hardcover, 176 pages. Published May 3rd 2010 by Covenant Communications Inc (first published May 1st 2010). 1608610055 (ISBN13: 9781608610051). Very brief with no details. Summaries of stories from the life of Porter Rockwell might be a more accurate title. Very entertaining life though. Jun 08, 2017 Rachelle rated it really liked it. I have heard the name Porter Rockwell but this book is the first experience I have had with any stories about him. I really enjoyed reading about his life.
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Like Porter it has glaring imperfections but is redeemed by what it does right. Much like the man it reveals, Covenant Communications' new documentary Stories From the Life of Porter Rockwell emerges with glaring imperfections but ultimately redeemed by things done right.
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Orrin Porter Rockwell (June 28, 1813 or June 25, 1815 – June 9, 1878) was a figure of the Wild West period of American History and a law man in the Utah Territory. Nicknamed Old Port and labeled "the Destroying Angel of Mormondom", during his lifetime he was as famous and controversial as Wyatt Earp or Pat Garrett. Rockwell was eight years younger than Joseph Smith. At 16 years old, Rockwell was baptized into Church of Christ (original name of the church founded by Smith) in Fayette, western New York, on April 6, 1830, the day the church was organized; it is most likely that Rockwell was the youngest member of the first group to be baptized into the church.
I thought of it more as something young readers could enjoy.
Stories from the Life of Porter Rockwell is not a comprehensive biography, nor is it fiction. While others of his time acted differently than he, his life was a legitimate and lawful response to the world in which he lived. These are the stories that his contemporaries found significant.
|Micah Dahl Anderson||-||Charles Ingalls|
|Dave Baggett||-||Hyrum Smith|
|Ross Beck||-||Echo Canyon Trooper 6|
|Susan Easton Black||-||Herself|
|Paul Boruff||-||Visiting Writer|
|Dustin Campbell||-||California Drinker / Danite 3|
|Sarah Converse||-||Rockwell Granddaughter|
|Scott Davis||-||Barber / Outlaw 1|
|Nathan Evans||-||Bartender / Echo Canyon Trooper 5|
|Mike Fitzgerald||-||Outlaw 3|
|James Brandon Gantt||-||Aiken Prisoner 2 / Echo Canyon Trooper 2 / Mule Soldier 2|