Adam Ondi Ahman

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About Adam Ondi Ahman, Jameson

Adam-ondi-Ahman (/ædəm ɑːndaɪ ɑːmən/, sometimes clipped to Diahman) is a historic site in Daviess County, Missouri about five miles south of Jameson. It is located along the east bluffs above the Grand River. According to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church), it is the site where Adam and Eve lived after being expelled from the Garden of Eden. It teaches that the place will be a gathering spot for a meeting of the priesthood leadership, including prophets of all ages and other righteous people, prior to the Second Coming of Jesus Christ. The Latter Day Saints proposed to build a temple there. Such efforts were halted in the 19th century as a result of the 1838 Mormon War to evict the Latter Day Saints from Missouri. Their having declared Adam-ondi-Ahman as a sacred site for a temple was a flash point in that confrontation. After the Latter Day Saints were evicted, residents renamed the site Cravensville. It was the site of a skirmish during the American Civil War on August 4, 1862, when Union troops attempted to stop Confederate reinforcements in the First Battle of Independence. Six Confederates were killed and 10 wounded. The Union forces had five wounded. Today, most of the site is owned by the LDS Church and is used predominantly as farmland.

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Adam Ondi Ahman lies in the city of Jameson in United States. On your trip to Jameson, you can consider a quick visit to Adam Ondi Ahman. Use this comprehensive guide to plan your visit to Adam Ondi Ahman and you'll thank us later!

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  • Beautiful and peaceful place off the beaten path. Of historical significance to members of the LDS or Mormon church. They believe it is where Adam and Eve first went when they were kicked out of the Garden of Eden.

  • Nice place to visit if you already know history about the area. Not much to see or learn. We would've liked to see more informational placards about what we were looking at.

  • Really peaceful place with a great overlook and interesting history - definitely a great stop for those interested in LDS history.

  • It's not flashy nor exciting, but the significance of the place is profound and historic. The peacefulness and beauty is worth the effort to visit as well.

  • What peaceful and serene location to ponder and contemplate the wonders of God.

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