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real ability, grasp, and steady purpose. Brigham Young, one of his earliest converts and chief cor- Day Saints until his death in 1877. Brigham Young was born in Vermont, June 1, 1801, whence ultitude in their passage over the desert, Brigham Young appears at his best. He showed great enerof that gentleman that the charges against Brigham Young's Christian morality were unfounded. A juf State, Almon W. Babbitt, having offended Brigham Young, started across the Plains, but was murderractised, including incest. Heber C. Kimball, Young's associate in the first presidency, declared hipped, ducked, or even worse maltreated. Brigham Young taught that to love thy neighbor as thysele 14th of September; and, on the next day, Brigham Young issued a proclamation of the most inflammarselves, he concludes: Therefore, I, Brigham Young, Governor, etc.-1. Forbid all forces of eces, Amen! ). . . .Do as you are told, and Brigham Young will never leave the governorship of this [6 more...]
on is concerned, I would freely partake of Brigham Young's hospitality, but I can accept of no presr to send. I can hold no intercourse with Brigham Young and his people. I have nothing to do withhich remains unsettled to the present day. Brigham Young must have submitted unconditionally, with y in March. When Colonel Kane arrived, Brigham Young was already virtually conquered. The army they had been fired on by the picket. Brigham Young, whether as a measure of diplomacy and conatly prejudice the public interest to refuse Mr. Young's proposal in such a manner at the present tt, and I have on another occasion informed Brigham Young of that fact, and that peace or war is in ce I shall meet it with force. It becomes Brigham Young to consider before he so acts as to bring No new result was arrived at, nor was Brigham Young without friends and allies at Washington. out overthrowing the officer assailed. Brigham Young renewed his effort to patronize the army b[18 more...]
he was respected and feared as the Great chief. Washki, the chief of the Snakes, the white man's friend, was invited by the colonel, when near South Pass, into camp, and feasted and smoked for a talk. This resulted in the disclosure that Brigham Young had sent to him and his young men, to induce them to make war on the United States army; and that he (Washki) had turned the Mormons from his country, telling them that his tribe did not meddle in white men's quarrels, and never against the Uier the location of a railroad route to the Pacific. The Union Pacific Railroad now runs some distance east and west of Fort Bridger over the route laid down, and much of it opened, by Colonel Johnston; and, had not the local interests of Brigham Young prevailed over the interests of the road and of the Government, its better location would have carried it down the Provo River to the bench-lands of the valley, and thence with the main trunk south of the lake, and with a branch to Salt Lake