Last edited by Magar
Monday, May 4, 2020 | History

3 edition of Polygamy in the territorities of the United States. (To accompany bill H.R. no. 7.) found in the catalog.

Polygamy in the territorities of the United States. (To accompany bill H.R. no. 7.)

United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary

Polygamy in the territorities of the United States. (To accompany bill H.R. no. 7.)

by United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary

  • 355 Want to read
  • 13 Currently reading

Published by [s.n.] in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Federal government,
  • Marriage,
  • Polygamy

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesPolygamy in the Territories
    SeriesH.rp.83
    The Physical Object
    FormatElectronic resource
    Pagination5 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15620241M

    A bill prohibiting Polygamy in the Territories of the United States has passed both houses of Congress by overwhelming majorities. In the Senate only two votes -- .   The Persistence of Polygamy. By Timothy Egan. Feb. 28, it is the largest polygamous community in the United States. It is in the latter book, Section , where God tells the prophet.

    Strassberg, The Crime of Polygamy, 12 TEMP. POL. & CIV. RTS. L. REV. , () [hereinafter Crime of Polygamy] (stating that “Mormon polygamy is both a religious and instrumental practice”). Polygamy in the United States is not limited to Utah, Mormons, or Muslims, however. Alexandre,Author: Casey E Faucon. I oppose the notion of polygamy being legalized because it is morally wrong. I am against legalizing polygamy in the United States because the act itself goes against the moral fabric of the country. Whether it's a man and a woman, or two people of the same sex committed to each other, that is what marriage is -- love of two.

    No. Polygamy has been illegal in the United States since Most states have their own definitions of polygamy. Commonly, cohabitation without . The women’s defense of living the religious law of polygamy turned into the right for women speaking up, placing demands, and holding to the rights of the liberties of this country. In the United States Congress passed the Morrill Act, which prohibited plural marriage in the territories.


Share this book
You might also like
Our Lady of Mount Carmel Italian feast

Our Lady of Mount Carmel Italian feast

Local government

Local government

Education tax and savings incentives

Education tax and savings incentives

Organisation and methods

Organisation and methods

Case of the Crooked Candle

Case of the Crooked Candle

The Language of music

The Language of music

Options for U.S. fisheries investment in the Pacific Islands region

Options for U.S. fisheries investment in the Pacific Islands region

Are You Up There, Mister Jesus?

Are You Up There, Mister Jesus?

Religion in public education

Religion in public education

For Erics Sake

For Erics Sake

role of the public libraries in adult independent learning

role of the public libraries in adult independent learning

Women at work

Women at work

Answers to the questions put by the foreign editor of the Yugoslav news agency TANJUG, May 29, 1976

Answers to the questions put by the foreign editor of the Yugoslav news agency TANJUG, May 29, 1976

Polygamy in the territorities of the United States. (To accompany bill H.R. no. 7.) by United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book reveals the history, culture, and sometimes an insider's look at the polygamous groups located primarily in the western parts of the United States.

The contributors to this volume are historians, anthropologists, and sociologists familiar with the various groups/5(3). Modern Polygamy in the United States Historical, Cultural, and Legal Issues Edited by Cardell Jacobson and Lara Burton. First book to examine the April raid on the Yearning for Zion Ranch in Texas; Several of the authors have personal access to the polygamous groups, and can provide an insider's perspective on the individuals and groups.

This book traces the history of polygamy in the Mormon community to give background on the Kingston case, and tells the stories of women who escaped polygamy, activists who fight against it, and proponents of the practice. Tracy is a journalist and author of 20 books. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR ()/5(4).

After Utah became a territory of the United States, this peculiarity of the Mormon faith aroused public sentiment and indignation. It was declared a "relic of barbarism," and opponents wanted it arrested as a cancer on society.

In the federal government passed the first law outlawing the practice of polygamy. This book reveals the history, culture, and sometimes an insider's look at the polygamous groups located primarily in the western parts of the United States.

The contributors to this volume are historians, anthropologists, and sociologists familiar with the various groups. In a recent article for The Philadelphia Inquirer, she argued that polygamy is not inherently more patriarchal than monogamy and pointed out that women in the Utah territory got the vote in Polygamy one response to united states president obama s half-brother marries teenager, practices polygamy in kenya rev jack on october 16th, am.

Reynolds v united states the act stated that the practice of polygamy in any united states territory was illegal at the time of this piece of legislation's passing, followers of the lds church. Polygamy In United States Of America.

Admin September, 30th Comments Views. The polygamy represents a very common marriage pattern that you can find in many parts of the world, but especially the polygyny where a man is going to have more than one wife at the same time. Even if there are many countries from all over the world where.

Polygamy/Bigamy Laws in the United States: The only extant federal laws against polygamy dates from the late s and applies only to US territories that are directly administered by the federal government. House United States. Congress (50th, and United States.

Congress. House. Committee on the Territories (page images at HathiTrust) Polygamy: the work of the Industrial Christian Home Association of Utah Territory / (Washington, D.C.: [s.n.], ), by.

That evil was polygamy, and along with slavery, it was something that the Republican Party felt must be prohibited in the new territories. At that point, Mormonism’s founder, Joseph Smith, had instituted the practice of plural marriage over a decade ago — and the U.S. federal government, mirroring public opinion, had been trying to squash it for just as Author: Savannah Cox.

Even though I was opened to learn about other examples of polygamy in the United States, I could only find information that was about this church/religion. Some of the sources question even if they should consider the FLDS church a true religious organization because of the abuse of children and women and the fraud.

Polygamy is illegal in the US. Marriage is largely a matter of state law, so there are basically 50 different sets of reasons for it being ille actually; plural marriage has been outlawed in US territories (that’s federal law, not state) since the s in an act aimed at Mormons settling in Utah.

The purpose this paper is to present a case against legalizing polygamy/bigamy in the United States. According to a story titled: ‘One woman’s crusade’, published in ABC News (), strict lawful actions are not currently taken by the USA government against the polygamous community firstly because polygamy is practiced as part of.

Few people realize that polygamy continues to exist in the United States. Thus, world-wide attention focused on the State of Texas in as agents surrounded the compound of The Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (FLDS) and took custody of more than children.

Several members of this schismatic religious group, whose women. In the United States, polygamy exists at a curious intersection of social libertarianism, religious fundamentalism, and radical polyamory—strange bedfellows in every sense of the term.

Polygamy was probably a significant factor in the Utah War of and and inthe United States Congress passed the Morrill Anti-Bigamy Act, which prohibited plural marriage in the territories.

The Salt Lake Tribune, Inc. is a (c)(3) public charity and contributions are tax deductible. M The Washakie trial — featuring polygamy, fraud, corruption and all-star lawyers — is one of.

Polygamy was probably a significant factor in the Utah War of andgiven Republican attempts to paint Democratic President James Buchanan as weak in his opposition to both polygamy and slavery.

Inthe United States Congress passed the Morrill Anti-Bigamy Act, which prohibited plural marriage in the territories. However in the Hebrew Bible, the polygamy was permitted only if a man has more than one wife, at the same time if a woman had more than one husband, it was seen as adultery.

In the United States the polygamy was allowed back at the early years of the history of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (which was also known as LDS Church). H.R. (37 th): To punish and prevent the practice of polygamy in the Territories of the United States and other places, and disapproving and annulling certain acts of the legislative assembly of the Territory of Utah.Polygamy within Utah Territory ceased, although plural marriages were performed for a short time afterward outside the United States.

With the official end of polygamy, persecutione eased somewhat. Inthe Salt Lake Temple was finished and dedicated, forty years after it was officially begun.A comprehensive summary of Mormon and Christian polygamy based on the book 'Polygamy: The Mormon Enigma' by E.

Keith Howick.