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Joseph Smith founded the church in New York in 1830. He said that he had visions of God and other heavenly beings that told him to establish the restored Christian Church. He was "directed" to some thin metal plates that he translated into what is now called the book of Mormons. This book describes the history, wars, and religious beliefs of a group of people who migrated from Jerusalem to America. Smith attracted a small group of followers who settled in Kirtland, Ohio, and Jackson County, Missouri.
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Smith agreed and God led Smith to buried gold plates that had the new way of life God promised inscribed on them. By the time Smith was 24 years old he had translated the golden plates into the first book or The Book of Mormon. In 1830, Smith published what he said was an English translation of these plates, titled the Book of Mormon. (A Prophet) In 1830, Smith organized the first Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints based on the translation he did from the golden plate. Smith’s new church was based on Book of Mormon which promised the restoration of the early Christian church by revitalize the views about the nature of God, cosmology, family structures, political organization, and religious collectivism.
Crook had moved north from Fort Fetterman camp near present day Douglas Wyoming area, along rosebud creek, north into Montana territory. Crook’s column was 1 of 3 sent out in the summer of 1876 to try and get Sioux, Cheyanne and Arapaho tribes back onto the designated reservations in western South Dakota. The other 2 columns were General Terry with Lieutenant Colonel Custer (a brevet Major General at the time) and the 7th Calvary with 950 men from Fort Lincoln near present day Bismarck North Dakot.2 General Gibbon and a 450 man Army moving from Fort Ellis near present day Bozeman Montana.2 Planning and Preperation All during May, Crook’s column was assembling and outfitting at Fort Fetterman. Crook was determined to avenge the Battle of Powder River defeat which had involved a portion his command 3 months earlier. As soon as force left Fort Fetterman, there was an anxious and excited spirit in the men.
The Anthropology of Mormonism Essay One The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (LSD) was established in 19th century (1820) by Joseph Smith (1805-1844). Mormons believe that their Church is a refurbishment of the Church as regarded by Jesus and other Christian Churches have gone afield and astray. After the murder of Joseph Smith, it was developed by Brigham Young. He drifted with new Mormons to Salt Lake City in 1847. They believe that God has a carnal body, is married and can have children.