Before the city was known as Council Bluffs, early Mormon travelers named it "Kanesville" while making this a major stopping point on their cross-country migration from Nauvoo, Ill. to Salt Lake City, Utah. Today’s Council Bluffs offers many Mormon historical sites. The rebuilt Kanesville Tabernacle & Visitor Center stands near the site of the original where Brigham Young was sustained president of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in
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