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The death of Joseph Smith on June 27, 1844, marked a turning point for the Latter Day Saint movement, of which Smith was the founder and leader. When he was attacked and killed by a mob, Smith was the mayor of Nauvoo, Illinois, and running for President of the United States. He was killed while jailed in Carthage, Illinois, on charges relating to his ordering the destruction of facilities producing the Nauvoo Expositor, a newspaper whose first and only edition revealed Smith was practicing polygamy and claimed that he intended to set himself up as a theocratic king. Smith voluntarily surrendered to the authorities at the county seat at Carthage to face the charges against him. While he was in jail awaiting trial, an armed mob of men with painted faces stormed the jail and shot and killed h

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  • Asesinato de los hermanos Smith
  • Death of Joseph Smith
  • Morte de Joseph Smith Jr.
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  • A morte de Joseph Smith Jr., em 27 de junho de 1844 marcou a história para os Santos dos Últimos Dias, de onde Smith foi o restaurador e líder. Quando Smith foi atacado e morto por uma multidão, ele ocupava o cargo de prefeito de Nauvoo, Illinois e era candidato a Presidente dos Estados Unidos. Ele foi morto enquanto estava preso em Carthage, Illinois.
  • The death of Joseph Smith on June 27, 1844, marked a turning point for the Latter Day Saint movement, of which Smith was the founder and leader. When he was attacked and killed by a mob, Smith was the mayor of Nauvoo, Illinois, and running for President of the United States. He was killed while jailed in Carthage, Illinois, on charges relating to his ordering the destruction of facilities producing the Nauvoo Expositor, a newspaper whose first and only edition revealed Smith was practicing polygamy and claimed that he intended to set himself up as a theocratic king. Smith voluntarily surrendered to the authorities at the county seat at Carthage to face the charges against him. While he was in jail awaiting trial, an armed mob of men with painted faces stormed the jail and shot and killed h
  • El asesinato de Joseph Smith Jr., fundador y líder de la Iglesia de Jesucristo de los Santos de los Últimos Días, ocurrió el 27 de junio de 1844. Smith y algunos de sus seguidores estaban presos en Carthage, Illinois, el líder religioso había mandado destruir la imprenta del Nauvoo Expositor —un periódico propiedad de sus opositores cuya primera y única edición publicó, entre otras cosas, que practicaba la poligamia— y a petición del gobernador se entregó a las autoridades del condado para hacer frente a las acusaciones. Mientras estaban en prisión, una turba de hombres armados asaltó la cárcel, asesinó a Joseph y a su hermano Hyrum y dejó gravemente herido a John Taylor.
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