Gadianton becomes leader of band of Kishkumen, Hel. 2:4.
flee out of land by secret way, into wilderness, Hel. 2:11.
unknown to government, therefore not destroyed, Hel. 3:23.
include many Nephites, more numerous among wicked part of Lamanites, Hel. 6:18 (7:25).
called Gadianton’s robbers and murderers, Hel. 6:18.
those who reveal their wickedness unto world are tried according to laws given by Gadianton and Kishkumen, Hel. 6:24.
secret oaths and covenants given to Gadianton by devil, Hel. 6:26–29.
Lamanites hunt robbers, preach word of God, destroy band of Gadianton among Lamanites, Hel. 6:37.
fill judgment-seats, usurp power and authority, Hel. 7:4 (8:1, 27–28).
Nephites sweep away band of Gadianton, Hel. 11:10.
dissenters form new band, become robbers of Gadianton, Hel. 11:24–26.
robbers dwell in mountains, cannot be overpowered, 3 Ne. 1:27.
Lamanite children are led away by Zoramites2 to join Gadianton robbers, 3 Ne. 1:29.
robbers spread death and carnage, 3 Ne. 2:11.
converted Lamanites and Nephites unite against robbers, 3 Ne. 2:12.
robbers gain many advantages because of people’s iniquity, 3 Ne. 2:18.
secret society of Gadianton is of ancient date, 3 Ne. 3:9.
unless people repent and cry unto the Lord, they will not be delivered from Gadianton robbers, 3 Ne. 3:15.
robbers of Gadianton spread again over land, 4 Ne. 1:42, 46.
people try to hide treasures because Gadianton robbers infest land, Morm. 1:18.
Nephites regain some lands from robbers of Gadianton, Morm. 2:27–28.