fills judgment-seat of his father, Nephihah, Alma 50:39–40.
contends with king-men, Alma 51:2–5.
Pahoran’s supporters are called freemen, Alma 51:6.
retains judgment-seat by voice of people, Alma 51:7.
grants Moroni1 power to compel dissenters to defend country, Alma 51:15–16.
Moroni1 writes to Pahoran requesting reinforcements, Alma 59:3.
Moroni1 writes second epistle, complaining of neglect, Alma 60.
Pahoran’s reply to epistle, Alma 61.
is driven from Zarahemla by king-men, Alma 61:5, 8.
seeks not power, but to preserve rights and liberty of people, Alma 61:9.
is joined by Moroni1, Alma 62:6.
returns to Zarahemla, is restored to judgment-seat, Alma 62:7–8.
helps in restoring peace, Alma 62:11.
marches to Nephihah, Alma 62:14.
takes city of Nephihah without losses, Alma 62:26.
returns to judgment-seat, Alma 62:44.
dies, Hel. 1:2.