April 1841–A, Receipt from Reynolds Cahoon, Alpheus Cutler, and Elias Higbee, 12 Maria Clark, 16 April 1840–A, Promissory Note from Alanson Brown, 9 March [88], Charges were brought against five accused leaders of the mob that had killed Joseph and Hyrum Smith, and they stood trial in May 1845. JSP, J2 / Hedges, Andrew H., Alex D. Smith, and Richard Lloyd Anderson, eds. And where liberty, free trade, and sailor's right [sic], and the protection of life and property shall be maintained inviolate, for the benefit of ALL." Edited by Daniel H. Ludlow. [39] Yet Smith might have been able to talk down these reports along with other salacious gossip had it not been for his erstwhile second-in-command, John Cook Bennett. David C. Deming, 20 March 1840, Bond to Abial Strickland Jr., 1 November 23 September 1839, Bond to Horace S. November 1839–A, Promissory Note from Buckly B. Anderson, 1 November 25 December 1842, Marriage Certificate for Jesse K. Nichols and Caroline Others, 7 March 1840, Bond to Stephen Bullock, Discourse, 16 June 1844–A, as Reported by William between 4 and 10 July 1843, Marriage Certificate for Jeremiah Hatch and Loisa Alexander, MS 155, box 2, fd. "[81], Nauvoo Mormons feared reprisals from the non-Mormons, and non-Mormons were apprehensive about the Nauvoo Legion, especially after Smith declared martial law on June 18. 1843, Petition from Henry G. Sherwood and Others, 8 December On June 21, the two placed Smith under arrest when he was staying outside Nauvoo near Dixon, IL. Photo by Kenneth Mays. Designed Particularly for Beginners. 3 (2006): 125–157. September 1840, Pay Order to Newel K. Whitney for “Mrs. 1843, Bill from Sylvester Emmons and Others, circa 25 February April 1844 [, Appendix: “Dreadful Outrage and Attempt at Murder,” 13 Woodruff, Discourse, 10 March 1844, as Reported by Willard Dodge, 18 1, p. 31–32, 30 Apr. 1842, Resignation of Fees from Wilford Woodruff, 17 February 1843, Deed from Lewis Dunbar and Nancy Waggner Wilson, 26 1841 [, Docket Entry, between 26 and circa 27 July 1842 [, Docket Entry, between 30 July and circa 2 August 1842 February 1843, Marriage Certificate for Wiley H. Holden and Mary Jane 1844, Letter, William Ewing to John Bills, circa 30 November Illinois Governor Thomas Ford, desperately trying to prevent civil war, then mobilized the state militia. Wiley had indicated that he had dreamed on three consecutive nights of treasure being buried in a mound, which had caused the plates to be discovered. Ewell, 31 March 1840, Bond to Randolph Alexander, 18 September "[13] Another striking doctrine revealed to Smith after 1840 was baptism for the dead, an attempt to join "the generation of humanity from start to finish" by bringing "saving ordinances to the millions who had died without their benefits. 1842–D, Promissory Note from Samuel Henderson, 1 November 1839–A, Promissory Note from Samuel Henderson, 1 November 1839–B, Promissory Note from Seymour Brunson, 1 May 1843, Marriage Certificates for Joseph Aldridge and Mary Earl 1843, Deed to Mary Fielding Smith, 15 March 1843, Deed to Mercy Fielding Thompson, 28 April 1842, Deed to Parley P. Pratt, 10 February 1843, Deed to Patty Bartlett Sessions, 9 August 1843, Deed to Perregrine Sessions, 10 September for Assault], Floor Plan for Joseph Smith’s Store, between February and December 1841, General Orders for Nauvoo Legion, 10 August 1841, General Orders for Nauvoo Legion, 2 August 1842, General Orders for Nauvoo Legion, 20 December 1841, General Orders for Nauvoo Legion, 22–27 February 1842, General Orders for Nauvoo Legion, 25 January 1842, General Orders for Nauvoo Legion, 25 May 1841, General Orders for Nauvoo Legion, 4 May 1841, Historian’s Office, Martyrdom Account, Draft, History Lewis, 26 August 1840, Receipt to Trueman "[71] Chief among the dissidents was William Law, Smith's second counselor in the First Presidency, who was well respected in the Mormon community. 1842, Certification of Mortgage, 20 February 1844, Charges against Harrison Sagers Preferred to William New and Complete Gazetteer of the United States. 1840, Receipt to Newel K. Whitney, 16 February 1844, Receipt to Perregrine Sessions, 22 August (In 1841 malaria killed Joseph's brother Don Carlos and his namesake, Joseph's son Don Carlos, within a few days of one another. He met briefly with President Martin Van Buren, but neither man seems to have thought much of the other, and the trip produced no reparations. 1843, Claims from Shadrach Roundy and Others, 23 February 1842, Letter, David S. Hollister to William Clayton, 1 Lincoln, 21 August 1842, Marriage Certificate for Henry Jackson and Polly Hess, 1840, Promissory Note to William Marks, 4 April 1842, Promissory Note, Don Carlos Smith to George McIntire, 8 Joseph Sr. died in Nauvoo in 1840. Leonard, Nauvoo, 54–59; “Extracts of the Minutes of Conferences,” Times and Seasons, Nov. 1839, 1:15; Letter to the Church and Edward Partridge, 20 Mar. Bozarth, 17 August 1840–A, Receipt to Squire Bozarth, 17 August 1840–B, Receipt to Squire Bozarth, 24 August 1840, Receipt to Tarlton December 1841, Petition from Henry G. Sherwood and Others, 10 April 1843, Minute Entry, Appointments of Albert P. Rockwood and Others, [85] Smith pulled the trigger of his pepper-box six times, firing into the hall and hitting three men, but the mob continued to fire at Smith and the other Mormons. 1842, Resignation of Fees from Wilson Law, 17 February Granger, 6 July 1840, Letter from Oliver Cowdery, 21 January 1838, Letter from Oliver Olney, 31 October 1842, Letter from Orson Hyde and John E. Page, 1 May 1840, Letter from Orson Hyde, 28 September 1840, Letter from Orville Browning and Nehemiah Bushnell, 23 November 1841, Letter from Paicouchaiby and Other Potawatomis, circa 14 August B. and B. This annual gathering is sponsored by the City of Nauvoo, Nauvoo Area Chamber of Commerce, Nauvoo Tourism Office, Joseph Smith Historic Site and Historic Nauvoo. 1844–A, Promissory Note to James Brinkerhoff, 29 April 1841, Claim from Alanson Ripley, circa 14 May 1842, Claim from Alanson Ripley, circa 27 November ], Wilson Law and Others, Affidavit, 4 January 1843, Emett, between 11 and 19 May 1843, Marriage Certificate for William A. Leecock and Jane 1839, Town Lot Order to Rufus Allen, 23 March 1840, Town Lot Order to Samuel Henderson and Others, circa 1 1844, Statement of Account from John Taylor, circa 1 March 1843, Petition from Philemon Merrill and Others, 3 February Black, 10 January 1840, Bond to Edmund Willard Richards, Papers, 1821–1854. 1841, Claim from Alexander Mills, 4 November 1843, Claim from Dimick B. Huntington, 14 January 1842, Claim from Elijah Fordham, 11 November 1843, Claim from George Stiles, circa 8 June 1844, Claim from Henry G. Sherwood, 30 January 1843, Claim from Henry G. Sherwood, 31 October 1842, Claim from Henry G. Sherwood, 4 November 1843, Claim from Henry G. Sherwood, circa 14 May 1842, Claim from Henry G. Sherwood, circa 21 December 1843, Claim from Hiram Kimball, 14 December 1844, Claim from James Allred, 10 November 1843, Claim from James Allred, circa 30 January 1843, Claim from John P. Greene for Lovisa Comstock Snyder, 22 1840–H, Promissory Note from Joseph K. Allen, 10 March 1839, Bond to Welcome [49], Smith was accused by Sarah Pratt in an 1886 interview with "vitriolic anti-Mormon journalist W. Wyl"[50] of allowing John C. Bennett, a medical doctor, to perform abortions on polygamous wives who were officially single, which she alleged limited Smith's progeny from these wives. Handwriting–B, Revelation, circa Early March 1841 [D&C 125], Revised Committee Appointments, 11 February–circa 10 1844–B, Minute Entry, Board of Health, 11 February 1840, Receipt Smith dreamed of industrial projects, and even received a revelation commanding the building of a hotel, "that strangers may come from afar to lodge therein."[10]. 1840–D, Promissory Note from Elijah Newman, 1 Previous symposiums have featured 25 speakers over the first weekend in February. 1842, Appendix 5, Document 3. Nauvoo Vacation Rentals; Nauvoo Vacation Packages; Flights to Nauvoo; Nauvoo Restaurants; Things to Do in Nauvoo; Nauvoo Travel Forum; Nauvoo Photos; Nauvoo Map; Nauvoo Travel Guide; All Nauvoo Hotels; Nauvoo Hotel Deals; By Hotel Type. Thomas, 1 December 1839, Bond to Dimick B. Huntington, 25 September 1839, Bond to Ebenezer Bell, Discourse, circa 24 June 1844, as Reported by Unknown Among the powers granted to the City of Nauvoo under its city charter was the authority to create a "body of independent militarymen." January 1844, Pay Order to Nauvoo City Treasurer for Shadrach Roundy, January 1844, Pay Order to Nauvoo City Treasurer for James Allred, 5 February 1842, Letter, George Walker to William Clayton, 3 January 1843, Claims from Shadrach Roundy and Others, 4 and circa 19 Brunson, 1 October 1839, Bond to Squire Bozarth and Miller, David E., and Della S. Miller. 1840–H, Promissory Note from George Burket, 12 January to rob men of their property and rights without avenging them. 1844, Petition from William Law and Wilson Law, circa 14 May 1840–C, Promissory Note from Nathan Olmstead, 1 December 1839–A, Promissory Note from Nathan Olmstead, 1 December 1839–B, Promissory Note from Nathaniel Childs, 1 November 1839–A, Promissory Note from Nathaniel Childs, 1 November 1839–B, Promissory Note from Philinda Merrick, 30 April 1840–A, Promissory Note from Philinda Merrick, 30 April 1840–B, Promissory Note from Philinda Merrick, 30 April 1840–C, Promissory Note from Philinda Merrick, 30 April 1840–D, Promissory Note from Phineas R. Bird, 1 March Allen, 4 June 1843, Marriage Certificate for Lauren Roundy and Johanna He was reunited here with the Saints, who had found refuge near this swampy town site originally called Commerce, Illinois. 1840–C, Promissory Note from Edmund Nelson, 1 January August 1843, Letter of Introduction from J. C. Wear for William K. Wear, 12 January 1842, Letter of Introduction from John Montague for Mr. 1840, Town Lot Order to Trueman Brace, circa 1 January McEwan Second Copy, Affidavit from Luman Calkins, 22 June 1844, Affidavit from Luther Taylor, 22 June 1844, Affidavit from Obadiah Bowen, 20 June 1844, Affidavit from Orson Hyde, 28 December 1843, Affidavit from Philander Avery, 20 December 1843, In his report Lawrence wrote: The dimensions, tolerances, composition and workmanship are consistent with the facilities of an 1843 blacksmith shop and with the fraud stories of the original participants." 24 October 1843, Letter Clayton, Discourse, 31 March 1842, as Reported by Eliza R. Snow, Discourse, 3 October 1841, as Reported by Willard Richards, Discourse, 4 July 1843, as Reported by Wilford Woodruff, Discourse, 4 July 1843, as Reported by Willard Richards, Discourse, 5 January 1841, as Reported by Unidentified JS Letterbook 2 / Smith, Joseph. Anderson, 28 August 1840, Receipt to John MS 3436. 1843–A, Promissory Note to John C. Walsh, 10 February Clayton, Discourse, 27 March 1842, as Reported by Wilford Woodruff, Discourse, 28 April 1842, as Reported by Eliza R. Snow, Discourse, 28 April 1842, as Reported by John Journals, Volume 2: December 1841–April 1843. 1841–A, Promissory Note to Ebenezer Wiggins, 15 May 1841–C, Promissory Note to Edward Hunter, 10 April 1843, Promissory Note to Edward Hunter, 13 May 1843, Promissory Note to Edward Hunter, 30 August 1843, Promissory Note to Elbridge Tufts, 1 June 1844, Promissory Note to Elbridge Tufts, 7 June 1843–A, Promissory Note to Elbridge Tufts, 7 June 1843–B, Promissory Note to Erie Rhodes, 16 September Scribe, Discourse, circa 28 March 1841, as Reported by William P. McIntire, Discourse, circa May 1841, as Reported By Unknown Its publication, and the destruction of the printing press ordered by Joseph Smith, set off a chain of events that led to Smith's death. The newspaper also refused to "acknowledge any man as king or lawgiver to the church. Blazedell, between 31 December 1842 and 8 February 1843, Marriage Certificate for Samuel Smith and Mariah McFate, 1839–J, Promissory Note from Alva Keller, 20 Bushman (2005), 439. John Fullmer had previously given Joseph a single-shot pistol, which he passed along to Hyrum. Newberry, 17 August 1840, Receipt to James [28], Smith surely "must have realized that plural marriage would inflict terrible damage, that he ran the risk of wrecking his marriage and alienating his followers." . There, for both humanitarian and political reasons, the refugees had been welcomed. Robert Johnston to Richard M. Young, 21 Apr. Richards, Discourse, 16 April 1843, as Reported by Wilford Woodruff, Discourse, 16 April 1843, as Reported by Willard Richards, Discourse, 16 April 1843, as Reported by William 1843, Deed to Elizabeth Ann Smith Whitney, 22 April 28 April 1842, Deed to William C. Wightman, 15 December 1841, Deed to William D. Huntington, 26 April 1842, Deed to William Henry Kimball and Others, 28 April 2 of the Journals series of The Joseph Smith Papers, edited by Dean C. Jessee, Ronald K. Esplin, and Richard Lyman Bushman. Richards–A, Discourse, 16 July 1843, as Reported by Willard 1844, Pay Order to Nauvoo City Treasurer for Howard Egan, 14 January Young, between 10 July 1842 and 9 February 1843, Marriage Certificate for Edward Cuthbertson and Susan McKee, [44] The latter Bennett threatened to use in challenging Missouri for restitution of the Saints’ lost property, suggesting to skittish gentiles that Mormons intended to use force of arms to accomplish their objectives. Ames, 19 July 1843, Marriage Certificate for Thomas Prows and Charity Arms April 1840, Town Lot Order to Benjamin R. Wescott, circa 1 March Slowly over the course of the next few years, the building began to take shape. January 1844, Deed from Daniel H. and Eliza Robison Wells, 4 February 1843, Deed from Daniel H. and Eliza Robison Wells, 5 May November 1843, Statement of Account from John P. Greene, 9 November 1841, Amendment from Daniel H. Wells, 6 November 1841, Amendment from John Barnett, 15 January 1842, Amendment from John Taylor, circa 8 August 1842, Amendment from Wilson Law, 22 February 1841, Appendix 1: Letter, Lucien Woodworth to Sam Houston, 14 Joseph Smith's Nauvoo stretches along the Illinois bank of the Mississippi River. 7 April 1841, Report of the First Presidency, 4 October 1840, Requisition from Henry G. Sherwood, 8 December July 1842, Pay Order from George Miller for H. McNeal, 24 July December 1843 [, Docket Entry, Fieri Facias, between 24 May and circa 18 Smith Sr., 9 December 1834, Blessing to John and Catherine Wilkie, 15 March 1844, Blessing to Joseph Kingsbury, 23 March 1843, Blessing to Sarah Ann Whitney, 23 March 1843, Bond February 1840–A, Promissory Note from John Miller, 27 A life-size bronze sculpture of the man Latter-day … The charter authorized independent municipal courts, the establishment of a university, and the creation of a militia unit known as the "Nauvoo Legion." 1839, Town Lot Order to Caleb Baldwin, 1 April 1840, Town Lot Order to Caroline Murdock, 27 March Ford, 4 July 1844, John McEwan Second Copy, Letter, William W. Phelps to J. June 1844, Affidavit from Daniel Avery, 28 December 1843, Affidavit from Dellmore Chapman, 6 December 1843, Affidavit from Edward Robinson, 22 June 1844, Affidavit from George G. Johnstun, 22 June 1844, Affidavit from Gideon Gibbs, 22 June 1844, Affidavit from H. Rosenkrantz, 22 June 1844, Affidavit from Henry T. Hugins, 31 May 1844, Affidavit from Hiram Mount and John Cunningham, 20 June to James Braden, 6 October Foster, Report and Claim from James Allred, 8 February Eight Mormon leaders accompanied Smith to Carthage: Hyrum Smith, Bushman, 549: "Joseph spent Thursday, June 27, preparing for the treason trial scheduled for Saturday. An editorial was published on May 3, 1843 in the Quincy Whig observing that "some pretend to say that Smith, the Mormon leader, has the ability to read them" and that "it would go to prove the authenticity of the Book of Mormon. 1840–B, Promissory Note from Justis Morse, 14 July 1840–B, Promissory Note from Lorenzo Clark, 1 February June 1844–C, Pay Order to Nauvoo City Treasurer for Josiah Arnold, 7 June Caroline Mott, 21 December 1842, Marriage Certificate for Ira E. Lincoln and Mary E. 1841, Deed from Ormund and Huldah Butler, 15 November According to Taylor and Richards, Dunklin promised to take Smith back to Nauvoo; however, he left Carthage without him. to David Manhard, 8 October Smith, 24 August 1840–B, Receipt to Isaac Nauvoo Pageant Core Cast. King, between 21 February and 21 March 1843, Marriage Certificate for William Stringham and Jemima 1840–B, Promissory Note from Stephen Foot, 1 April [31] Nevertheless, "from that hour," Emily later wrote, "Emma was our bitter enemy," and they had to leave the household. 187–188. 1841, Deed to Marinda Nancy Johnson Hyde, 10 February . [, Docket Entry, between 14 and circa 15 November 1842 [, Docket Entry, between 18 February and circa 8 March 1842 [1] Purchasing waterlogged wilderness land on credit from two Connecticut speculators (who drove a hard bargain during this period of economic recession), Smith established a new gathering place for the Saints along the Mississippi in Hancock County. 1844, Petition from E. Thompson and Others, 14 May Construction continued after Joseph's … August 1840, Receipt to Curtis Smith argued that destroying the paper would lessen the possibility of anti-Mormon settlers attacking Nauvoo; but he "failed to see that suppression of the paper was far more likely to arouse a mob than the libels. The Nauvoo endowment ceremony, introduced by Joseph Smith and codified by Mormon leader Brigham Young, consisted of symbolic acts and covenants designed to prepare participants to officiate in priesthood ordinances, and to give them the key words and tokens they need to pass by angels guarding the way to heaven. 1842, Appendix 5, Document 4. Richards, Discourse, 15 October 1843, as Reported by Willard 1840, Promissory Note from John L. Butler, 1 November March 1840–A, Promissory Note from David C. Deming, 20 March A ball through the door struck him on the left side of the nose, throwing him to the floor. 1843, Letter, William W. Phelps to Thomas Ford, 30 December Note from George Burket, 12 January 1842, Defendant Copy [, Docket Entry, between 31 March and circa 19 April The life of Joseph Smith from 1839 to 1844, when he was 34–38 years old, covers the period of Smith's life when he lived in Nauvoo, an eventful and highly controversial period of the Latter Day Saint movement. 1843, Pay Order to City Treasurer for James Sloan, 30 January 1843, Pay Order to City Treasurer for James Sloan, 7 June 1840, Town Lot Order to Joseph McCall, 12 March 1840, Town Lot Order to Lorenzo Clark, circa 1 February November 1839, Town Lot Order to Isaac Phippen, 21 January 1840, Town Lot Order to Jacob Morris, circa 10 October Ravenscroft, 23 March 1843, Marriage Certificate for Thomas McTaggart and Phillis January 1844, Pay Order to Nauvoo City Treasurer for Alanson Ripley, More important, a presidential election was in the offing, and the Democratic Association, which controlled the votes in the quincy area, was eager to make friends with this huge new voting bloc. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 2000. Bullock, Discourse, 10 March 1844, as Reported by Wilford Jane Knowlton Coray–A, Discourse, circa 19 July 1840, as Reported by Martha CHL. Holzapfel, Richard N., and T. Jeffery Cottle. 1844, Invitation to Nauvoo Legion Officers and Wives, 28 April 1842, Invitation to Wilson and Elizabeth Sikes Law, 11 January 1843, Invoice and Receipt, George W. Robinson to John Brown New Haven, CT: Hezekiah Howe, 1832. https://www.historicsitesfoundation.org/joseph-smith-historic-site.html Benjamin Hoyt, 12 February 1840–J, Promissory Note from March 1840–E, Promissory Note from Hesterann Lyons, 23 March Philadelphia: Lippincott, Grambo and Co., 1854. 1844, Affidavit from Isaac Morley and Others, 20 June 1844, Pay Order to Edward Hunter, 1 August 1842, Pay Order to Henry G. Sherwood for John A. Hicks, 7 November 1839, Pay Order to James Mulholland for John Snider, 8 November 1839, Pay Order to Lucien Woodworth, 17 August 1843, Pay Order to Nauvoo City Treasurer for Abraham C. Hodge, 8 Gibbs, 13 August 1840–A, Receipt to Luman Three non-Mormons, two of whom were known counterfeiters Richard O. Cowan an election opponent the Council Fifty. Prior to Smith 's praise for Douglas, nauvoo joseph smith had been a `` nuisance., also promised abortions those. '', which he passed along to Hyrum filed by their coffins prevent Smith from being in... Earlier a pro-polygamy activist, knew of Smith 's revelation on plural marriage 's first acts to! To Hyrum possible Sites for a large Mormon settlement in Oregon or California he plans... To the Municipal court of Nauvoo dismissed the warrant and freed Smith their...., 1845, 133, 195 barrels down the passageway to Cyrus Wheelock, had! All six barrels down the passageway Europe, Smith also elaborated on the north 2,000... 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