The Arikara called him "Big Medicine" because of his black skin. The Hidatsa chief, La Borgne, refused to even believe such a man could exist. He was William Clark's slave, York, and his story encompasses both the heights and depths of American culture.
The Nauvoo era encompasssed a vast period of revelation, profound doctrines, and the maturing of the young Church. This book is packed with information, a complete treatment of the events, personalities, and teachings.