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The Gathering: Mormon History and Geography

Only months after the "Church of Christ" was formally organized, Mormonism heard it's first call to gather (see Doctrine and Covenants 29:7-8).  This call would later be heard in Ohio, Missouri, Illinois, Utah and elsewhere.  Latter-day Saint leaders have stated that the object of gathering was to strengthen the Church, and to unite in temple-building. Efforts to build temples were carried on in Ohio, Missouri, Illinois, and Utah, though not all of these efforts were ultimately successful. This section of Mormon Americana will give an overview of Latter-day Saint efforts to gather, as well as a description of gathering locations.

Mormon Gathering Places: a Chronology and Links 

Here is a list of significant locations in Mormon History and the dates of Latter-day Saint settlement:

Feel free to browse the locations. They will continually be updated so bookmark us and return again soon!

 

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