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The Mormon conflict, 1850-1859

Norman F. Furniss

The Mormon conflict, 1850-1859

by Norman F. Furniss

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Published by Yale University Press in New Haven .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Utah.
    • Subjects:
    • Mormons -- Utah,
    • Utah Expedition, 1857-1858

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Norman F. Furniss.
      SeriesYale historical publications., 72
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF826 .F85
      The Physical Object
      Paginationviii, 311 p.
      Number of Pages311
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5795827M
      LC Control Number60007824
      OCLC/WorldCa484414

      See: Thomas G. Alexander and Leonard J. Arrington, “Camp in the Sagebrush: Camp Floyd, Utah, –61,” Utah Historical Quarterly 34 (); Norman F. Furniss, The Mormon Conflict, – (); Audrey M. Godfrey, “A Social History of Camp Floyd, Utah Territory, –,” master’s thesis (USU ); Donald R. Moorman, with.   The holy text, supposedly engraved on gold plates by a Native American prophet named Mormon in the fifth century A.D., told the story of Israelite peoples who had lived in .

      The Mormon Reformation was a time of deep, and even bizarre, fervor in Latter-day Saint history and played an important part in understanding the religion’s greatest tragedy: the Mountain Meadows Massacre. The Mountain Meadows Massacre. Although the s Utah War was bloodless, Mormon history in the s wasn’t. George P. Stiles ( – September 1, ) was a Justice of the Supreme Court of the Utah Territory from – In the s, Stiles had been a prominent Mormon, and had been among the advisers who encouraged Joseph Smith to destroy the press of the anti-polygamy newspaper, the Espositor, in This act led to Smith's arrest, and his murder while in custody.

      When the Latter-day Saints arrived in the Salt Lake Valley in , they had reason to hope they’d escaped conflict with the American government forever. At the time, Mexico owned the territory that eventually became known as Utah, and that government was more than willing to . 'The Field is White Already to Harvest' A Century of "Mormonism" in Great Britain: A Brief Summary of the Activities of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the United Kingdom, with Emphasis on its Introduction One Hundred Years Ago A Fertile Field: Scotland in the Days of the Early Missions A Mormon Bibliography Ten Year Supplement A Mormon Bibliography,


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Furniss starts by describing the flight of the Mormon movement from Missouri and Illinois to the Great Salt Lake Valley. In relatively few pages, he deftly sets the stage for the conflict to follow. The motivations and backgrounds of the different sides are by: The Mormon Conflict, book.

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Preview this book» What people are The Mormon Conflict,Volume 72 Norman F. Furniss Snippet view - The Mormon conflict, Norman F. Furniss Snippet view - Common terms and phrases. Mormon Conflict: by Norman F Furniss, Paperback | Barnes & Noble® To many a Mormon the great Civil War was not the War between the States but the bitter controversy with the federal government in the ’s.

Our Stores Are OpenBook AnnexMembershipEducatorsGift CardsStores & EventsHelpBrand: Yale University Press. The Mormon belief in black skin being a “curse” is found in uniquely Mormon books they call “Scripture.” These books, known as the Book of Mormon and Pearl of Great Price published by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are racist as the list of verses below show.

Remember that the Mormon version of God is not the God of the Bible. Book Language. English Authors. Furniss, Norman F. Title. The Mormon Conflict, Publication Place. New Haven, Conn. Publisher. Yale University Press Publication Date.

Subjects. Church-state relations, 19th century Mountain Meadows Massacre Utah War. Cited By Count. "The contradictions between the Book of Mormon and the Bible constitute a most serious obstacle to accepting the Book of Mormon as Latter-day scripture supplemental to the Bible." 1.

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Furniss, The Mormon Conflict, ; Richard D. Poll, Quixotic Mediator: Thomas L. Kane and the Utah War. Disclaimer: Information on this site was converted from a hard cover book published by University of Utah Press in The Mormon War, also known as the Missouri Mormon War, was a conflict between Mormons and non-Mormons in Missouri from August to Novemberthe first of the three "Mormon Wars".

Members of the Latter Day Saint movement, founded by Joseph Smith, had gradually migrated from New York to northwestern Missouri sincemainly settling in Jackson County, where tensions with non-Mormon.

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Yale Historical Publications, Miscellany, Number (New Haven: Yale University Press, xii + pp. No casualties result from battles with the U.S. forces, but in total, approximately people die violently in the conflict, most notably in the Mountain Meadows Massacre, which involves the Mormon slayings of between and migrants of the Baker-Fancher wagon train in southern Utah, between September  To many a Mormon the great Civil War was not the War between the States but the bitter controversy with the federal government in the ’s.

Here for the first time is the fascinating and unbiased account of the Latter-day Saints’ battle to live a life of their own choosing, politically and religiously, and the Government’s retaliatory.

The Book of Mormon: An Account Written by the Hand of Mormon, upon Plates Taken from the Plates of Nephi. Nauvoo, IL: Robinson and Smith; stereotyped by Shepard and Stearns, iii–vi, 7– pp., plus two additional pp.

The copy used herein is held at CHL.August: Smith locates a publisher for the Book of Mormon in Palmyra and typesetting begins. The 5, copy initial print run is financed by a $3, mortgage on Harris' farm.The Book of Mormon: An Account Written by the Hand of Mormon, upon Plates Taken from the Plates of Nephi; Palmyra, Known as Swift’s Landing and Tolland before being renamed Palmyra, Incorporated, Mar.two years after completion of adjacent Erie Canal.

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