By Jon E. Taylor
During the last century, 3 nationally major histories have vied for house and position in Independence, Missouri. Independence was once declared Zion via Joseph Smith, served as a meeting and provisioning element for trails west, and used to be referred to as domestic via President Truman for sixty-four years. Taylor has built-in study from newspapers, public files, oral histories, and personal papers to element how the group has preserved those a variety of legacies. He areas the function of renovation in Independence not just in the greater context of protection within the usa but in addition in the context of yank environmental historical past.
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Initially, the courts ruled in favor of the RLDS Church, 16. Wilcox, Saints, 260. 17. Campbell, New Jerusalem, 116 –18. 18. Saints’ Herald 24, no. 52 (1887): 835. 19. Richard A. Brown, An Illustrated History of the Stone Church. Independence as Zion 21 Stone Church. Courtesy of author. 20 The Church of Christ (Temple Lot) and the RLDS Church were the most important Mormon factions that returned to Independence to fulfill Joseph Smith’s vision of creating the ideal community, and both groups 20.
Bodnar, Remaking America, 169 –205. 5. , 186 – 90. 6. For more on the Presidential Libraries Act, see Kammen, Mystic Chords of Memory, 613. The Truman Library was the first presidential library to come online under the act. The FDR library, which opened in 1939, was the first presidential library—it too came to be governed by the Presidential Libraries Act, bringing the number of presidential libraries operated by the National Archives to ten. Jonathan P. Pearson, “Pres- Introduction 5 In the late twentieth century, historic sites of all kinds have served as economic generators of local revenue.
Various factions arose in the Mississippi Valley, and one faction—the Reorganized Latter Day Saints (RLDS), the subject of this chapter— rose to become a global church by the end of the twentieth century, rivaling the Utahbased LDS Church. This chapter attempts to provide a framework for examining the largest dissenting group, which gradually returned to Independence over the course of the twentieth century. 2. See “Temple Lot,” Journal of History 3, no. 1 (1910): 52. This revelation and all others are recorded in what came to be known as the Doctrine and Covenants.
A President, a Church, and Trails West: Competing Histories in Independence, Missouri by Jon E. Taylor