The Jaredite Kingdom Under Orihah, Kib, and Corihor
Orihah begins to reign, and the Jaredites prosper.
Jared and his brother both die.
Orihah reigns humbly, aware of the good graces of God toward his people.
Orihah reigns for a long time in righteousness.
Orihah has 31 children, 23 of which were sons.
Orihah has another son, Kib.
Kib succeeds Orihah as king.
Kib has a son, Corihor, who rebels against Kib, deserts the Jaredite body, and establishes himself and his followers in a land called Nehor.
Corihor gathers an army in Nehor, and attacks Kib’s kingdom, which was in a place call Moron; Kib is defeated.
Kib lives captive under his son Corihor’s rule; while in captivity, he has a son named Shule.
Shule is angry with his brother Corihor; he makes swords at a hill called Ephraim, assembles supporters, and succesfully battles Corihor at Nehor, and restores the kingdom to Kib.
Colonization of the Promised Land
Jaredite Civil War and Reunification