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What was the religion of Joseph smiths parents?

  Joseph's parents both became members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints after the church was founded in 1830. Prior to becoming Mormons (members of the C (MORE)

How was Joseph Smith murdered?

Joseph Smith and his brother Hyrum were murdered while in custody at the Carthage Jail in Carthage, Illinois. Joseph and Hyrum had been charged with treason for having declare (MORE)

Who murdered Joseph Smith?

On June 27, 1844, Joseph and his brother Hyrum were killed in an attack by an armed mob. Ultimately, five defendants were tried for the murder of the Smiths.   Thomas C. Sh (MORE)

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How many kids did Joseph Smith have?

Joseph Smith had 11 children through his wife Emma, but only 5 lived to adulthood (one of which was adopted). It was previously alleged that he had a handful of children throu (MORE)

What happened to Joseph Smith in 1844?

In January 1844 Joseph Smith announced that he was running for President of the United States. In June 1844 he was assassinated by a mob, becoming the first person running for (MORE)
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the 5s because it has better service but it dosent have diffrent  colrs just silver gold and black
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Why did the mob kill Joseph Smith?

Here are a couple of reasons why Joseph Smith was killed. One, the  people that lived in the area of Western Illinois didn't like the  Christian beliefs that Joseph believed (MORE)

How did Joseph Smith die?

Joseph Smith was killed by a mob while awaiting trial on spurious charges at Carthage Jail in Illinois. The armed mob of men with painted faces stormed the jail and shot him a (MORE)

Why did Joseph Smith die?

He died because of religious bigotry and hate, he was shot by someone is a mob that stormed the jail where he had been arrested and was being held.
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What did Joseph Smith have to do with manifest destiny?

Manifest Destiny was a term coined in the early part of the  nineteenth century to describe the notion that the United States  would continue to expand until it reached the (MORE)