Mormon Redress Petitions: Documents of the 1833–1838 Missouri Conflict
Edited by Clark V. Johnson
Volume 16 in the Monograph Series
After the Latter-day Saints were driven from Missouri they were instructed by the Prophet Joseph Smith to prepare affidavits describing the property losses they had sustained and the abuses and atrocities they had suffered at the hands of lawless men there. Nearly seven hundred men and women accepted the Prophet’s charge and wrote almost eight hundred documents. This book is a complete collection of all known petitions, as contained in both the Historical Department of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Salt Lake City and the National Archives in Washington DC.
- ISBN: 0-8849-4850-1
- Published in 1992