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    • Emigration to America

    • Paintings;
    • By October conference 1849 the Church had been established in the Salt Lake Valley for over two years, and the Saints were prospering. There were few poor reported among them. Increased attention was turned toward the eight thousand Saints still on...
    • Elijah Abel grave

    • Photographs;
    • Elijah Abel was the first African American to be ordained to the priesthood in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Brother Abel served in the 3rd Quorum of the Seventy and fulfilled several full-time missions. His grave is located in...
    • Truman O. Angel grave

    • Photographs;
    • Truman O. Angel was an architect who designed or assisted with some of the most important structures in early Utah. He was the brother of Mary Ann Angell, wife of President Brigham Young.
    • Arizona Strip

    • Photographs;
    • The Arizona Strip is a five million-acre parcel of land in northwestern Arizona--an area that is essentially isoloated from the rest of the state by the Colorado River and the Grand Canyon. Latter-day Saints from eastern Arizona would pass by here...
    • Arizona Strip

    • Photographs;
    • The Arizona Strip is a five million-acre parcel of land in northwestern Arizona--an area that is essentially isoloated from the rest of the state by the Colorado River and the Grand Canyon. Latter-day Saints from eastern Arizona would pass by here...
    • Ash Hollow

    • Photographs;
    • Ash Hollow is where the Oregon Trail nears the Platte River after coming off of the plateau. This was a favorite camping site of the pioneers because of its natural springs.
    • Ayers Natural Bridge

    • Photographs;
    • Ayers is the only natural bridge with a stream flowing beneath it in the United States. Located near Glenrock, the bridge spans 90 feet across and 20 feet high. Many pioneers visited Ayers and waded in the stream during their journey.
    • Ayers Natural Bridge

    • Photographs;
    • Ayers is the only natural bridge with a stream flowing beneath it in the United States. Many pioneers visited Ayers and waded in the stream during their journey. It is located near Glenrock, Wyoming. It was near here that President Brigham Young...
    • Ayers Natural Bridge

    • Photographs;
    • Ayers is the only natural bridge with a stream flowing beneath it in the United States. Many pioneers visited Ayers and waded in the stream during their journey. It is located near Glenrock, Wyoming. It was near here that President Brigham Young...
    • Bentonsport, Iowa

    • Photographs;
    • Many LDS pioneers stayed at Bentonsport, Iowa while earning money for their treck west. Many historic structures are still stanind, including this bandstand. In the olden days, there used to be town concerts and stands like these were built and...
    • The "Fairy Castle"

    • Photographs;
    • Front stairway in the Beehive House. Ever mindful of his children, but desirous that they not interfere with the business of his many visitors, Brigham had a window strategically placed at the head of the stairs so his children could watch the...
    • Deseret

    • Photographs;
    • The beehive lockset pictured is found in the Beehive House. It was installed by John H. Young, a son of Brigham Young, who purchased and undertook a major renovation of the Beehive House in 1888.

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