N.K. [89] Smith believed that Hinkle had betrayed him,[92] but Hinkle maintained his innocence and claimed that he was following Smith's orders. On the Mormon side, Gideon Carter was killed in the battle and nine other Mormons were wounded, including Patten, who soon after died from his wounds. Hinkle and Murdock refused, citing their right as American citizens to settle where they pleased. Lathrop's wife and remaining children died shortly after their rescue. "If you proceed any farther west," said the captain, "you will be instantly shot. mormon persecutions in missouri 18331835 RICHARD L BUSHMAN the mormon war in missouri began in 1833 when the resi- dents of jackson county drove out the mormonscormons at gun point peace officers militia leaders ministers and merchants joined the mobs they broke into homes whipped men and threatened women destroyed the mormon press and tarred and feathered latter day saint leaders … It is more than two years since the first of these fanatics, or knaves, (for one or the other they undoubtedly are) made their first appearance among us, and pretended as they did, and now do, to hold personal communication and converse face-to-face with the Most High God; to receive communications and revelations direct from heaven; to heal the sick by laying on hands; and, in short, to perform all the wonder-working miracles wrought by the inspired Apostles and Prophets of old. Smith, in a statement of his losses made after his arrival in Illinois, placed them at $1,000,000. In Livingston County, a group of armed men forced Asahel Lathrop from his home, where they held his ill wife and children prisoner. [79], None of the Missourians were ever prosecuted for their role in the Haun's Mill Massacre. On August 19, 1838, Mormon settler Smith Humphrey reports that 100 armed men led by Colonel William Claude Jones took him prisoner for two hours and threatened him and the rest of the Mormon community.[43]. Meanwhile, a revelation came to Joseph that the Church needed to be in one body. [65], Local citizens were outraged by the actions of the Danites and other Mormon bands. On June 19, the dissenters and their families fled to neighboring counties where their complaints fanned anti-Mormon sentiment. I do not say you shall go now, but you must not think of staying here another season, or of putting in crops, for the moment you do this, the citizens will be upon you; and if I am called here again, in a case of a non-compliance of a treaty made, do not think I will do as I have now. Olmstead, M.D. [17] Clark furthermore stated. [86] Other Latter Day Saint witnesses remembered that Smith said to "beg like a dog for peace". [9], The Mormons had been given a county of their own (Caldwell County) in 1836, following their expulsion from Jackson County in 1833. S.D. [37], Black and others filed complaints against Smith and the other identifiable Mormon participants. One of the latest appeals was addressed by Smith at Nauvoo in December, 1843, to his native state, Vermont, calling on the Green Mountain boys, not only to assist him in attaining justice in Missouri, but also to humble and chastise or abase her for the disgraces she has brought upon constitutional liberty, until she atones for her sin.[17]. harvnb error: no target: CITEREFLin1987 (, Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, https://www.sos.mo.gov/cmsimages/archives/resources/findingaids/miscMormRecs/eo/19760625_RescisOrder.pdf, "The Missouri Mormon War Executive Orders", Office of the Secretary of State of Missouri 1841, "The Extermination Order and How it was Rescinded", "Early Days on Grand River and the Mormon War (4th article)", "Missouri's 1838 Extermination Order and the Mormons' Forced Removal to Illinois", Comprehensive History of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints: Century I (Volume 1), History of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Sidney Rigdon: A Portrait of Religious Excess, "Book III, Chapter VIII: A State of Civil War", Lilburn W. Boggs letter to Joseph Hawkins, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Mormon_Extermination_Order&oldid=997634114, Short description is different from Wikidata, Articles with unsourced statements from March 2020, Articles with unsourced statements from August 2016, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 1 January 2021, at 14:23. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints endured much persecution in its early years. The Battle of Crooked River in late October led to Lilburn Boggs, the Governor of Missouri, issuing the Missouri Executive Order 44, ordering the Mormons to leave Missouri or be killed. [26], In late 1975, President Lyman F. Edwards of the Far West stake of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, invited then Missouri Governor Kit Bond to participate in the June 25, 1976, stake's annual conference as a good-will gesture for the United States Bicentennial. Mormon leader John Corrill wrote, "the love of pillage grew upon them very fast, for they plundered every kind of property they could get a hold of. The Missouri Mormons are forced to leave Clay County for the more remote Caldwell and Daviess Counties in the northern part of the state. When faced with the Mormon refugees from Missouri, the people of Quincy, Illinois, were outraged by the treatment the Mormons had experienced. In 1837, the Twelve Apostles left on missions to England, the first foreign mission of the Mormon Church. Eventually, the large portion of the Mormons regrouped and founded a new city in Illinois which they called Nauvoo. John Smith, justice in peace [26], The "Gallatin County Election Day Battle" was a skirmish between Mormon and non-Mormon settlers in the newly formed Daviess County, Missouri, on August 6, 1838. If they choose to remain, we must be content. [11], Mormon petitions and lawsuits failed to bring any satisfaction: the non-Mormons in Jackson refused to allow the Mormons to return and reimbursement for confiscated and damaged property was refused. [20] General David Atchison, a legislator and militia general from western Missouri who had refused to take part in operations, demanded that the Legislature formally state its opinion of Governor Boggs' order, for "he would not live in any state, where such authority was given". Speaking in general conference in October 1907, Mormon historian and Seventy B.H. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. After several non-Mormons made statements to the authorities that Johnson had acted as a moderating influence on the Danites, he was allowed to escape rather than stand trial. [13], Forcefully deprived of their homes and property, the Latter-day Saints temporarily settled in the area around Jackson County, especially in Clay County. They have been directed to communicate with you by express, you can also communicate with them if you find it necessary. On August 6, 1838, the war began following a brawl at an election in Gallatin, resulting in increased organized violence between Mormons and non-Mormons backed by the Missouri Volunteer Militia in northwestern Missouri. Parks of Ray, has been ordered to have four hundred of his brigade in readiness to join you at Richmond. With one child in each arm, she waded across an icy creek to safety in Adam-ondi-Ahman. [104], It is also believed that Smith's imprisonment had become an embarrassment, and that an escape would be convenient for Boggs and the rest of the Missouri political establishment. The setting in Missouri, the activities of mobs and militias, and the Mormon effort at self-defense are discussed, along with background on the development of the infamous Danites. (Rockwood, Journal, 11 Nov. 1838, CHL.) Atchison said further, "I would respectfully suggest to your Excellency the propriety of a visit to the scene of excitement in person, or at all events, a strong proclamation" as the only way to restore peace and the rule of law. Dunn, acting under the orders of Doniphan, continued on to Adam-ondi-Ahman. The tension … Many of Boggs's constituents felt that he had mis-managed the situation, by failing to intervene earlier in the crisis, and then by overreacting on the basis of partial and incorrect information. However, no determination of the order's legality was ever made. The Missouri Militia had the advantage of position and fired, but the Mormons continued to advance. Reproduces a document signed by a Latter-day Saint and sent to Washington, D.C. detailing the persecution he experienced in Missouri in 1838–39. [57] The plundered goods were deposited in the Bishop's storehouse at Diahman. Three days later, on October 30, 1838, a militia unit from Livingston County planned a revenge attack upon a Mormon settlement at Haun's Mill, Missouri. The order was issued in the aftermath of the Battle of Crooked River, a clash between Mormons and a unit of the Missouri State Militia in northern Ray County, Missouri, during the 1838 Mormon War. We, therefore agree (that after timely warning, and receiving an adequate compensation for what little property they cannot take with them, they refuse to leave us in peace, as they found us—we agree to use such means as may be sufficient to remove them, and to that and we each pledge to each other our bodily powers, our lives, fortunes and sacred honors. [82] Other members of the mob opened fire, which sent the Latter-day Saints fleeing in all directions. Brigham Young and the Apostles lead the Mormons to Illinois. (Signed) Christopher S. Bond, Governor. There was scarcely a Missourian's home left standing in the county. One of the Mormons present, Samuel Brown, claimed that Peniston's statements were false and then declared his intention to vote. Ironically, as a result of his kindness, he was the only Mormon who was positively identified to have participated in the home burnings. [108] Mormon residents were harassed and attacked by angry residents who were no longer restrained by militia officers. I have just issued orders to Maj. Gen. Willock, of Marion county, to raise five hundred men, and to march them to the northern part of Daviess, and there unite with Gen. Doniphan, of Clay, who has been ordered with five hundred men to proceed to the same point for the purpose of intercepting the retreat of the Mormons to the north. They asked if the rumor was true and demanded that he sign a document disavowing any connection to the vigilance committees. Agitation against the Latter Day Saints had become particularly fierce in the sparsely settled counties north and east of Caldwell County. The rest followed over the next few years, most of … Public opinion has recoiled from a summary and forcible removal of our negro population;—much more likely will it be to revolt at the violent expulsion of two or three thousand souls, who have so many ties to connect them with us in a common brotherhood. “What the Mormons do, ... but Missouri’s extermination order against Mormons in the mid-19th century was not. March 27: One thousand worshippers begin a … Among the hundreds of names attached to the document were: [75], Meanwhile, exaggerated reports from the Battle of Crooked River made their way to Missouri's governor, Lilburn Boggs. [63] None of these claims, however, purport to be eyewitness accounts. In an effort to keep the peace, Alexander William Doniphan of Clay County pushed a law through the Missouri legislature that created Caldwell County, Missouri, specifically for Mormon settlement in 1836. Not only was Congress appealed to, but legislatures of other states were urged to petition in their behalf. (The Mormon Question, the Taylor-Colfax debate, 1869, p. King found that there was sufficient evidence to have the defendants appear before a grand jury on misdemeanor charges. [79] One 19th century Missouri historian noted: The Daviess County men were very bitter against the Mormons, and vowed the direst vengeance on the entire sect. Mormon settlers began a westward exodus, escaping persecution, in the 1830s. [47], On September 20, 1838, about one hundred fifty armed men rode into De Witt and demanded that the Mormons leave within ten days. No mercy will be shown. [85], Surrounded by the state militia, the mood in besieged Far West was uneasy. If ye are faithful, ye shall assemble yourselves together to rejoice upon the land of Missouri, which is the land of your inheritance, which is now the land of your enemies.[5]. [13][42], Sentiment among the anti-Mormon segment of Carroll County's population hardened, and some began to take up arms. Lathrop wrote "I was compeled [sic] to leave my home my house was thronged with a company of armed men consisting of fourteen in number and they abusing my family in allmost [sic] every form that Creturs [sic] in the shape of human Beeings [sic] could invent. Elder Hyde in his Autobiography, in referring to this incident in his life, says: This summer [1838] I removed with my family to Far West, in Missouri, where I was taken sick, soon after my arrival, with billious fever, and did not fully recover until the spring of 1839. The church relocated from Kirtland to Far West, which became its new headquarters. [114][115], LeSueur notes that, along with other setbacks, Boggs's mishandling of the Mormon conflict left him "politically impotent" by the end of his term.[116]. [57], Even Missourians who had been friendly to the Mormons were not spared. King to answer the charges. The Mormons were evicted from Jackson County in 1833 and resettled in new counties nearby, where tensions grew again and attempts to evict them resumed. [107] The militia was disbanded in late November.[13]. [57], Thomas B. Marsh, President of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of the church, and fellow Apostle Orson Hyde were alarmed by the events of the Daviess County expedition. Slavery has long been cited as the primary cause for the persecutions, but German immigrants, who were much more vocally against slavery than the Saints, were not targeted. My brigade shall march for Liberty to-morrow morning, at 8 o'clock, and if you execute those men, I will hold you responsible before an earthly tribunal, so help me God! He had then appointed General John Bullock Clark to lead the State Militia in assisting those citizens to return. Missouri Executive Order Number 44 reads as follows: Sir: Since the order of this morning to you, directing you to cause four hundred mounted men to be raised within your division, I have received by Amos Reese, Esq., of Ray county, and Wiley C. Williams, Esq., one of my aids [sic], information of the most appalling character, which entirely changes the face of things, and places the Mormons in the attitude of an open and avowed defiance of the laws, and of having made war upon the people of this state. religious persecution on the U.S. frontier. But after hearing these reports, Governor Boggs issued new orders directing Clark to commence direct military operations and issued Missouri Executive Order 44[14][15][16]. Slavery has long been cited as the primary cause for the persecutions, but German immigrants, who were much more vocally against slavery than the Saints, were not targeted. Stripped of their property, the Mormons were then given a few months to leave the state. Nathan Tanner reported that his militia company rescued another woman and three small children who were hiding in the bushes as their home burned. Under such a state of things, even our beautiful county would cease to be a desirable residence, and our situation intolerable! POPULAR. These rumors only increased as reports of the Battle of Crooked River reached the capital at Jefferson City, with accounts of Mormons allegedly slaughtering Bogart's militia company, including those who had surrendered. While Mormons were viewed as deluded or worse, many Missourians agreed with the sentiment expressed in the Southern Advocate: By what color of propriety a portion of the people of the State, can organize themselves into a body, independent of the civil power, and contravene the general laws of the land by preventing the free enjoyment of the right of citizenship to another portion of the people, we are at a loss to comprehend. ", "You are d__d Mormons. [13][45], Some isolated Mormons in outlying areas also came under attack. The only other Mormon temple in Missouri is in St. Louis. Most refugees made their way east to Illinois, where residents of the town of Quincy helped them. At the same time, a leadership struggle between the church presidency and Missouri leaders led to the excommunication of several high-placed Mormon leaders, including Oliver Cowdery (one of the Three Witnesses and the church's original "second elder"), David Whitmer (another of the Three Witnesses and Stake President of the Missouri Church), as well as John Whitmer, Hiram Page, William Wines Phelps and others.I[23] These "dissenters", as they came to be called, owned a significant amount of land in Caldwell County, much of which was purchased when they were acting as agents for the church. [58], During the days that followed, Latter Day Saint vigilantes under the direction and encouragement of Lyman Wight drove Missourians who lived in outlying farms from their homes, which were similarly plundered and burned. They asserted that in Jackson County alone, $120,000 worth of their property was destroyed, and that fifteen thousand of their number fled from the state. [21], The earlier settlers saw expansion of Mormon communities outside of Caldwell County as a political and economic threat. "Porter Rockwell". The Mormon war in Missouri began in 1833 when the residents of Jackson County drove out the Mormons at gun point. Clark V. Johnson, “The Missouri Redress Petitions: A Reappraisal of Mormon Persecutions in Missouri,” Brigham Young … The efforts of the Mormons to secure redress were long continued. [13][102] The court of inquiry began November 12, 1838. A Militia under the command of Samuel Bogart was authorized by General Atchison to patrol the no-man's land between Ray and Caldwell Counties known as "Bunkham's Strip" – an unincorporated territory 6 miles (9.7 km) east to west and 1-mile (1.6 km) north to south. [13] Latter Day Saint refugees began to flee to Adam-ondi-Ahman for protection and shelter against the upcoming winter. which rallied the Mormons and allowed them to drive off their opponents.[36]. Although county officials could only legally act within the county, this judge authorized Hinkle to defend Latter-day Saint settlements in neighboring Daviess County.[54]. King, on charges of treason, murder, arson, burglary, robbery, larceny and perjury. [16] They had also founded the Caldwell County town of Far West as their Missouri headquarters. On July 4, 1838, church leader Sidney Rigdon delivered an oration in Far West, the county seat of Caldwell County. Even people who otherwise would have had no sympathy for the Mormons were appalled by Boggs's Executive Order and the treatment of the Mormons by the mobs. [109][110] Judge Austin A King, who had been assigned the cases of the Mormons charged with offenses during the conflict, warned "If you once think to plant crops or to occupy your lands any longer than the first of April, the citizens will be upon you: they will kill you every one, men, women and children."[13]. [7][8], Executive Order 44 is often referred to as the "Extermination Order" due to the phrasing used by Governor Boggs. [24] The Missouri legislature deferred discussion of an appeal by Mormon leaders to rescind the decree. Rumor reached Far West that a Militia unit from Ray County had taken Mormons prisoner and an armed party was quickly assembled to rescue these prisoners and push the Militia out of the county. [101], The defendants, consisting of about 60 men including Joseph Smith and Sidney Rigdon, were turned over to a civil court of inquiry in Richmond under Judge Austin A. Even still, the question of whether anyone was killed as a direct result of the Extermination Order between October 27 (the date of its issuance) and November 1, 1838 (the date of the Latter-day Saint surrender), has been hotly debated among Mormons and historians. Peace officers, militia leaders, ministers, and merchants joined the mobs. Several children also became ill during the ordeal and died later. When his own troops threatened to join the attackers, Parks was forced to withdraw to Daviess County in hopes that the Governor would come to mediate. [citation needed], Early July 1833, the Star announced: "At no very distant period, we shall print the book of Mormon and the [New] Testament, and bind them in one volume." When events in Daviess County caused Missourians to see the Mormon community as a violent threat, non-Mormon public opinion hardened in favor of a firm military response. [106], General Clark viewed Executive Order 44 as having been fulfilled by the agreement of the Mormons to evacuate the state the following spring. When McBride held out a hand, Rogers cut it off with a corn knife, then may have further mangled his body while McBride was still alive. [39], In the spring of 1838, Henry Root, a non-Mormon who was a major land-owner in Carroll County, visited Far West and sold his plots in the mostly vacant town of De Witt to church leaders. We, the undersigned, citizens Jackson County, believing that an important crisis is at hand, as regards our civil society, in consequence of a pretended religious sect of people that have settled, and are still settling in our County, styling themselves Mormons; and intending, as we do, to rid our society, "peaceably if we can, forcibly if we must," and believing as we do, that the arm of the civil law does not afford us a guarantee, or at least a sufficient one against the evils which are now inflicted upon us, and seem to be increasing, by the said religious sect, deem it expedient, and of the highest importance, to form ourselves into a company for the better and easier accomplishment of our purpose—a purpose which we deem it almost superfluous to say, is justified as well by the law of nature, as by the law of self-preservation. This is a movie we made for National History Day in the 8th grade. In a late number of the Star, published in Independence by the leaders of the sect, there is an article inviting free Negroes and mulattoes from other states to become "Mormons," and remove and settle among us. [57] Millport, which at time was the largest city in the county and the center for trade, never recovered from the Mormon burnings, and became a ghost town. Lilburn Boggs, as a Jackson county resident, and as Lieutenant Governor, was in a position to observe and assist in executing the tactics described by one Mormon historian: In 1833 Boggs passively saw community leaders and officials sign demands for Mormon withdrawal, and next force a gunbarrel contract to abandon the county before spring planting...anti-Mormon goals were reached in a few simple stages. [30] The text of this speech was endorsed by Joseph Smith, who appeared at the event and participated in the raising of a liberty pole. 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