The Edmunds–Tucker Act of 1887 was an Act of Congress that focused on restricting some practices of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church). It was passed in response to the dispute between the United States Congress and the LDS Church regarding polygamy. The act is found in US Code Title 48 & 1461, full text as 24 Stat. 635, with this annotation to be interpreted as Volume 24, page 635 of United States Statutes at Large. The act is named after its congressional sponsors, Senator George F. Edmunds of Vermont and Congressman John Randolph Tucker of Virginia.

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  • The Edmunds–Tucker Act of 1887 was an Act of Congress that focused on restricting some practices of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church). It was passed in response to the dispute between the United States Congress and the LDS Church regarding polygamy. The act is found in US Code Title 48 & 1461, full text as 24 Stat. 635, with this annotation to be interpreted as Volume 24, page 635 of United States Statutes at Large. The act is named after its congressional sponsors, Senator George F. Edmunds of Vermont and Congressman John Randolph Tucker of Virginia. The act was repealed in 1978. (en)
  • O Ato Edmunds-Tucker foi uma lei de 1887 aprovada em resposta ao conflito existente entre o Congresso dos Estados Unidos e A Igreja de Jesus Cristo dos Santos dos Últimos Dias sobre a poligamia. O ato é encontrado no Código Americano Título 48 e 1461, texto integral, 24 Stat. 635, com esta anotação deve ser interpretado no Volume 24, página 635 do Estatuto Geral dos Estados Unidos. A lei foi revogada em 1978. (pt)
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  • Edmunds-Tucker Act
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  • Anti-Polygamy Act of 1887
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  • Edmunds-Tucker Act Volume 24,page 635 of United States Statutes at Large 1887.pdf
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  • An Act to amend an act entitled "An act to amend section fifty-three hundred and fifty-two of the Revised Statutes of the United States, in reference to bigamy, and for other purposes," approved March twenty-second, eighteen hundred and eighty-two.
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  • Anti-Polygamy Act of 1887
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  • Anti-Plural Marriage Act of 1887
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  • O Ato Edmunds-Tucker foi uma lei de 1887 aprovada em resposta ao conflito existente entre o Congresso dos Estados Unidos e A Igreja de Jesus Cristo dos Santos dos Últimos Dias sobre a poligamia. O ato é encontrado no Código Americano Título 48 e 1461, texto integral, 24 Stat. 635, com esta anotação deve ser interpretado no Volume 24, página 635 do Estatuto Geral dos Estados Unidos. A lei foi revogada em 1978. (pt)
  • The Edmunds–Tucker Act of 1887 was an Act of Congress that focused on restricting some practices of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church). It was passed in response to the dispute between the United States Congress and the LDS Church regarding polygamy. The act is found in US Code Title 48 & 1461, full text as 24 Stat. 635, with this annotation to be interpreted as Volume 24, page 635 of United States Statutes at Large. The act is named after its congressional sponsors, Senator George F. Edmunds of Vermont and Congressman John Randolph Tucker of Virginia. (en)
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