This collection surveys the many houses, residences, farms, and
properties of Brigham Young, leader of the Mormon pioneers, first
territorial governor of Utah, and second president of the Church of
Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The authors discuss, in addition
to the buildings themselves, what went on within their walls,
looking especially at the lives of Young's plural wives and their
children. Their emphasis is on Young's residences as homes, not
just structures. The text is heavily illustrated with photos,
drawings and maps.
Subjects: History, Religion
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