Commemorative Lilburn W. Boggs Toilet Paper

by Daniel Rubio -

Boggs Toilet Paper
Toilet paper with Governor Boggs’ likeness imprinted on it.

On October 27, 1838, then governor Lilburn W. Boggs of Missouri issued his famous “Extermination Order,” in which he stated that “the Mormons must be treated as enemies, and must be exterminated or driven from the State if necessary¬Ö”. What followed was a mass Mormon exodus from Missouri across the Mississippi river into Illinois, where the Mormons became refugees.

In order to commemorate this historic event, we introduce a defining L. W. Boggs collectible that captures that landmark moment. This commemorative toilet paper featuring images of his likeness celebrates his spirited message of genocide. Crafted in three magnificent layers of quilted tissue paper, this limited-edition collectible is available exclusively from AllAboutMormons Inc. Own your piece of American history. Order now!

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