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2010-05-12 04:27:37
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They were able to survive through their faith and trust in god. they knew that god would find a way and that they should trust in him to provide.


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The Mormons moved to Illinois in the 1840's seeking religious freedom. They weren't able to fiond it in Illinois and left the state for Utah.

Yes. The Mormons had to be able to produce nearly all that they needed to live in order to survive in Utah. The nearest trading post was hundreds of miles away, shipping was extremely expensive since there was no railroad, and there was very little traffic going through the area. The only other people living there were Native Americans, who lived entirely off the land.

Because everywhere they went they faced persecution and were not able to practice their religion as they wished, until they reached Utah, where they were able to live in peace.

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The land in Utah before the Mormons arrived was not productive at all, it was natural and had no permanent residents except a handful of Native American groups. The Mormons irrigated and tilled the ground, planting crops and making the land not only productive but able to support hundreds of thousands of people.

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Persecution by Missourians and the U.S. Government (they legalized 'Mormon Hunting'), harsh winters on the Mormon trail to present-day Utah, and infertile land in Utah (though they were surprisingly able to grow food!)

Most Mormons would answer that they were only able to survive because they were protected and guided by God. It was thought that the land was unsuitable for permanent settlement because the land was infertile and prone to extreme weather conditions, but the Mormon Pioneers made it a thriving habitable area by working together with thrift, ingenuity, diligence, and determination. They came up with ways to build buildings using very little wood or nails and dug irrigation ditches from mountain streams to water their crops. They also found which areas were good for producing different things and worked together to produce and trade goods with each other (for example, cotton and fruit grew well in southern Utah, central Utah was good for ranching and mining, northern Utah was more suitable for farming and dairies).

They had determination and commitment. They learned how to work together and kept the faith in God and His son Jesus Christ.

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The Mormon Pioneers finally found a place where they could live in peace in what is now Utah. Here they were able to grow and thrive. Now they have spread throughout the whole world and a prospering nearly everywhere.

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To be able to practice their religion in peace.

Mormons believe his most important contribution was as a prophet of God and second president of the restored Church. Historians and scholars believe his most important contribution was leading the church to establish a new stronghold in the nearly uninhabited mountain west, and directing the economic affairs of the newly settled church in such a way that they were able to survive and thrive in the harsh conditions they found there. By the way, "Mormons" is an inaccurate nickname for members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, who prefer to describe themselves either as LDS or as Latter-day Saints.

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