What year did the Mormons make their first trek?
In the winter of 1847, the Mormons first left Illinois. They traveled as far as Omaha, Nebraska where they build a temporary settlement to wait for spring to come. When spring came, they made their preparations and continued their journey to the Great Salt Lake Valley. In the years that followed many more Mormons would make the same trek.
Technically the "Mormons," or followers of Joseph Smith, made their first trek in January-February 1831 from upstate New York to Kirtland, Ohio.
Since you did not specify which Star Trek movie you are referring to, here they are (12 to date): Star Trek: The Motion Picture--1979 Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan--1982 Star Trek III: The Search for Spock--1984 Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home--1986 Star Trek V: The Final Frontier--1989 Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country--1991 Star Trek: Generations--1994 Star Trek: First Contact--1996 Star Trek: Insurrection--1998 Star Trek: Nemesis--2002 Star Trek--2009 Star Trek: Into Darkness--2013
In a way, yes. The locals disliked the Mormons and attacked them several times, including murdering their prophet, Joseph Smith. The Mormons often retaliated. In order to preserve the public peace, the government asked the Mormons to leave Illinois and the United States within a year, and the Mormons cooperated. The Mormons were previously driven out of Missouri by an extermination order issued by the governor.
Depends on which Star Trek series you're talking about. But here's the full list. Star Trek: The Original Series (1966-1969) Star Trek: The Animated Series (1973-1974) Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987-1994) Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1993-1999) Star Trek: Voyager (1995-2001) Star Trek: Enterprise (2001-2005)
1) Star Trek: The Motion Picture - December 7, 1979 2) Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan - June 4, 1982 3) Star Trek III: The Search for Spock - June 1, 1984 4) Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home - November 26, 1986 5) Star Trek V: The Final Frontier - June 9, 1989 6) Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country - December 6, 1991 7) Star Trek Generations - November 18, 1994…
After the martyrdom of Joseph Smith in Carthage Jail, the Mormons were being more and more terrorized by mobs in Illinois. During the year of 1846 Brigham Young, the new leader of the Mormons began to assemble the people to get ready to leave Nauvoo and go west. The first wagons began their trek west on February 6th, 1846, and arrived in 1847 the exact date isn't known but the city was founded on July…
I would definitely not call Cedar City the first non-Mormon town in Utah. Cedar City was established by Mormons in 1851 and has had a Mormon majority population ever since.Several other towns in Utah were "non-Mormon" towns, such as Ogden (established by fur trappers a year before the Mormons arrived) and Park City (originally settled by Mormons but became a mostly non-Mormon mining town in the 1860's).
The Mormon Migration was when members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the "Mormons") crossed the United States seeking religious freedom. It is mostly attributed to the period between 1845 and 1860, although it could be expanded to cover the years 1831 (the year of the first move of the Mormons) to 1900 (when Mormons were encouraged to stay in their homelands rather than gather near church headquarters).