“General Timeline of Church History Events: 1805–1846,” Latter-day Saint History: 1815–1846 Teacher Material (2018)
“Timeline,” Latter-day Saint History: 1815–1846 Teacher Material
Joseph Smith was born.
God the Father and His Son, Jesus Christ, appeared to Joseph Smith.
The angel Moroni first appeared to Joseph Smith.
Joseph Smith received the golden plates.
Joseph Smith completed the Book of Mormon translation.
The Aaronic and Melchizedek Priesthoods were restored.
The Book of Mormon was published.
The Church was organized.
Kirtland, Ohio, became a gathering place for the Saints.
The Lord designated Independence, Missouri, as the place for the city of Zion.
The Saints in Jackson County, Missouri, were forced to leave the county.
Joseph Smith led the camp of Israel (Zion’s Camp) from Ohio to Missouri.
The Quorum of the Twelve Apostles and the First Quorum of the Seventy were organized.
The Kirtland Temple was dedicated.
Priesthood keys were committed to Joseph Smith and Oliver Cowdery in the Kirtland Temple.
Joseph Smith and other Church leaders moved to Far West, Missouri.
Joseph Smith was imprisoned in Liberty Jail.
The Saints in Missouri were forced to leave the state.
Joseph Smith joined the Saints in Illinois and helped establish Nauvoo.
Joseph Smith began teaching about baptisms for the dead.
The Relief Society was organized.
Joseph Smith presented the endowment ordinance in Nauvoo.
Revelation on eternal marriage and plural wives (D&C 132) was recorded.
Joseph and Hyrum Smith were assassinated.
The Quorum of the Twelve Apostles was sustained to lead the Church.
Many Saints began their journey to the Salt Lake Valley.
The Nauvoo Temple was dedicated.