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    • Zina D. Huntington Young grave

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    • A woman of great capacity, Zina Diantha Huntington Jacobs Smith Young served as the third general president of the Relief Society of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Her time as president spanned the years 1888 to 1901, when she...
    • Rudger Clawson grave

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    • Rudger Clawson was born March 12, 1857. He was ordained apostle October 10, 1898 and sustained as a member of the First Presidency in 1901 but was released shortly after at the death of President Lorenzo Snow. Elder Clawson then resumed his...
    • Heber J. Grant grave

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    • Heber J. Grant was born November 22, 1856. He was ordained apostle in 1882. He became the seventh president of the Church in 1918 and served in that capacity for over twenty-six years.
    • Brigham Young University-Idaho

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    • The Bannock Stake Academy was established in Rexburg, Idaho in 1888. It later became the Fremont Stake Academy and then Ricks College, a two-year institutionl of higher learning. Ricks college officially became BYU-Idaho, a four-year school,...
    • Sea Trek--Pitch of the Ship

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    • The pitch of the ship during the Sea Trek voyage during the summer of 2001. Sea Trek was a reenactment of the Mormon emigration from Europe. The "pitch" of the ship is merely the angle the ship is taking at the time it is sailing with its sails...
    • Brigham Young University-Idaho

    • Photographs;
    • The Bannock Stake Academy was established in Rexburg, Idaho in 1888. It later became the Fremont Stake Academy and then Ricks College, a two-year institutionl of higher learning. Ricks college officially became BYU-Idaho, a four-year school,...
    • Emmeline B. Wells grave

    • Photographs;
    • Emmeline Blanche Wells was the fifth general president of Relief Society, serving from 1910 until her death in 1921. Born in Massachusetts, she joined the Church at age fourteen. She edited the Woman's Exponent from 1877-1914. Sister Wells was...
    • Heber M. Wells grave

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    • Heber M. Wells, son of President Daniel H. Wells, was the first governor of the state of Utah, serving from 1896-1905. He was instrumental in Utah's transition from territory to statehood.
    • Salt Lake City and County Building

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    • The Salt Lake City and County Building is situated on the early pioneer site known as Washington Square, where travelers came to rest after entering the Salt Lake Valley. The building was constructed from 1891-1894 to house various offices of both...
    • LDS Immigrant Family Statue

    • Photographs;
    • A statue of an LDS immigrant family, located on the Liverpool docks and unveiled August 20, 2001. The Liverpool Docks were the main departure point for Mormon missionaries in 1837 as well as converts traveling to be with the body of the Saints in...

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