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Brigham Young"s daughter

Wesley Bradshaw

Brigham Young"s daughter

a most thrilling narrative of her escape from Utah with her intended husband ..

by Wesley Bradshaw

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Published by C.W. Alexander in Philadelphia .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesWright American fiction -- v. 2 (1851-1875), no. 44
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination78 p.
Number of Pages78
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15172343M


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Written by one of Brigham Young's Brigham Youngs daughter book, this book provides a first hand look at pioneer times. Clarissa was 80 years old when she wrote it, so some of the stories may have been fables by the time she wrote them down, but none the less this was an interesting read/5(10).

The author of "Wife No" was Brigham Young's 19th wife, Ann Eliza Young. she gives us a first hand account of a full believing member of the early church and the dangerous lifestyle and deadly deeds of it's own members.

This comment is directed to ALL believing, questioning or curious members of the LDS by: 1. More importantly, the reference indicated that the book was a gift given to Tolstoy by Susa Young Gates, daughter of Brigham Young, women's rights advocate and a writer once referred to by R.

Paul Cracroft as "the most versatile and prolific LDS writer ever to take up the pen in defense of Brigham Youngs daughter book religion.". 56 rows  sealed to Angell for eternity and Young for time; as Brigham Youngs daughter book mother of both Mary Ann. The Wives and Children of Brigham Young I could not find an easy searchable list for this, which seemed strange, so I'm doing it here.

Overall he had 55 wives and 59 children, not counting his stepchildren or adopted children. Ann Eliza Young (Septem – December 7, ) also known as Ann Eliza Webb Dee Young Denning was one of Brigham Young's fifty-five wives and later a critic of polygamy.

She spoke out against the suppression of women and was an. Brigham Young's Wives and His Divorce From Ann Eliza Webb In Brigham Young, at age sixty-seven, married Ann Eliza Webb, an attractive.

24 rows  Brigham Young (June 1, – Aug ) was an American leader in the. Autobiography, publ. Typescript HBLL. Early memories, Missouri persecutions. Brigham Youngs daughter book Plural wife of Joseph Smith and then Brigham Young. Daughter of first Mormon bishop, Edward Partridge. Covers period Full bio in Women's ExponentDavid Patten () Extracts of various journals about Patten, one the original LDS Apostles.

Orrin Porter Rockwell (J or J – June 9, ) was a figure of the Wild West period of American history.A lawman in the Utah Territory, he was nicknamed Old Port and The Destroying Angel of was as famous and controversial during his lifetime as Wyatt Earp and Pat Garrett.

[citation needed]Rockwell served as a bodyguard of Joseph Resting place: Salt Lake City Cemetery. Brigham Young (/ ˈ b r ɪ ɡ əm /; June 1, – Aug ) was an American religious leader, politician, and was the second president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) from until his death in He founded Salt Lake City and he served as the first governor of the Utah also led the foundings of the Resting place: Brigham Young.

Susa, Brigham’s daughter, wrote of her father: “He fostered and encouraged the study and practice of music, not only in his own family, but among the people” (see “Life Story of Brigham Young," by Susa Young Gates and Leah D. Widtsoe).

The family the Lord had put his hand upon did not fail. Ronald W. Walker, “Six Days in August: Brigham Young and the Succession,” in A Firm Foundation: Church Organization and Administration, ed. David J. Whittaker and Arnold K. Garr (Provo, UT: Religious Studies Center, Brigham Young University; Salt Lake City: Deseret Book.

Brigham Young () Autobiography () in Manuscript History of Brigham Young. Source: Manuscript History of Brigham Young,ed. Elden Jay Watson (Salt Lake City: Smith Secretarial Service, ). MANUSCRIPT HISTORY of BRIGHAM YOUNG. I was born in Whitingham, Windham County, Vermont, June 1, Franklin W.

Young recorded that in“in company with her nephew, Wm. Young, she went with ox teams to Utah, where she lived in her bro. Brigham Young’s Lion House until the 22 Sept. when she died at the good old age of 74 years, honored and beloved by.

A towering figure in Mormonism, Brigham Young (), began his professional career as a carpenter and painter. Baptized a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Mormonism is a satanic religion, straight out of the pits of Hell.

It is a sex cult, that brainwashes it's victims into believing that it is proper and right for wives and daughters to give themselves sexually to the leaders on the Mormon Church. The sheer variety of Brigham Young's marriages makes it difficult to make sense of them. He married -- was sealed to, in Mormon parlance -- young (Clarissa Decker, 15) and old (Hannah Tapfield King, 65).

He married single women and widows. Perhaps most unusually, he was sealed to his first two mothers-in-law.

Brigham Young reading to his son and daughter from the Book of Mormon and the Bible. This monument is located at Brigham Young's grave site in the Brigham Young Family Cemetery, located in Salt Lake City, Utah. "Two Books Shall Testify. The daughter of one of Mormonism's most prominent religious scholars has accused her father of sexually abusing her as a child in a forthcoming memoir that is shining an unwelcome spotlight on the.

‘Brigham’ is engraved on the front and ‘Young’ on the back.” More recently the label reads as follows: Family legend recounts that this bloodstone was given by Captain Cook, the famous 18th-century English navigator and explorer, to Cook’s friend Thomas Brown, to cure Brown’s daughter of hemorrhaging blood.

COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle.

About three years later, a second child, daughter Vilate, joins the family. April Samuel Smith, brother of Joseph Smith, passes a copy of the Book of Mormon to Phineas Young.

Wikipedia Biographical Summary:" Brigham Young (June 1, – Aug ) was an American leader in the Latter Day Saint movement and was the president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) from until his was the founder of Salt Lake City and the first governor of the Utah Territory, United States, and is the namesake of Brigham Young.

Brigham Young's second child was a daughter, Vilate Young. She was born to Brigham's first wife, Miriam Angeline Works, on June 1, in Mendon, New York.

Check out the "Related Links" below to. I always read books like this with my computer close at hand to check sources and get additional insight. For example, at the bottom of p there's a very brief sentence about "apostate John Tobin" and how he was a "would be paramour of Brigham Young's daughter Alice".Cited by: bill hickman ~ danite: hickman and rockwell work together: hickman a desperado: hickman ~ brigham young's destroying angel: hickman did 18 to 20 murders: danites page bill hickman, brigham's destroying angel (complete online book read it or buy it) danites page the mormons in nauvoo - the daily tribune: salt lake city, tuesday.

Susa Young Gates was born Ma She was the second daughter of Brigham Young and Lucy Bigelow and the first child born in the Lion House in Salt Lake City.

She grew up surrounded by dozens of siblings and enjoyed a happy childhood filled with school, music, drama, dancing, and gymnastics. ("Teachings of the Book of Mormon" — Semester 1: Transcripts [p. 33] of [29] Lectures Presented to an Honors Book of Mormon Class at Brigham Young University, – Introduction and 1 Nephi 1–Mosiah 5.

By Hugh Nibley, FARMS, ). I always read books like this with my computer close at hand to check sources and get additional insight. For example, at the bottom of p there's a very brief sentence about "apostate John Tobin" and how he was a "would be paramour of Brigham Young's daughter Alice"/5(90).

Records regarding the rugby team at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah from to John Steele Papers.

Diaries, notes, correspondence, dictionaries, surveys, bonds, certificates, horoscopes, and military orders. The correspondence was to and from John Steele, other family members, and acquaintances.

BRIGHAM YOUNG AND WILD BILL HICKMAN. Article Hyperlinks. Hickman's Work Found. - Brigham Young Indicted For Murder - In the Mail - Embarrassing Doctrine - The Worst War. About thirty years ago, while browsing through a collection of rare books, we encountered a dusty old book with this sensational title, Brigham's Destroying Angel: Being the Life, Confession.

President Brigham Young, answering a question put to him by Elder Lorenzo D. Young in a meeting held Decemin Salt Lake City, said that Joseph Smith had declared that the Negroes were not neutral in heaven, for all the spirits took sides, but the posterity of Cain are black because he (Cain) committed murder.

A life of the famous Mormon leader by a daughter of Brigham Young and his twenty-second wife, Lucy Bigelow. Very good; chipped dust jacket with some loss. A scarce book, and quite unusual in dust jacket.

Gates, Susa Young & Widtsoe, Leah D. THE LIFE STORY OF BRIGHAM YOUNG. NY: 1st edition, frontispiece, illustrations, illustrated end pages. Brigham Young, (born June 1,Whitingham, Vermont, U.S.—died AugSalt Lake City, Utah), American religious leader, second president of the Mormon church, and colonizer who significantly influenced the development of the American West.

A carpenter, joiner, painter, and glazier, Young settled in at Mendon, New York, near where the Book of. There were several times when Brigham Young's life was spared or his health inexplicitly restored—near-death experiences that gave him incr Latest The Power of Context in the Newest Book of Mormon Video on Faith in Jesus Christ Jannalee Sandau - This week’s Book of Mormon video includes the iconic and powerful teachings in Alma 32 on faith.

Nicholas J. Frederick (Brigham Young University), “The Daughter of Jared: Text, Intertext, and Context.” Room 2 Brian C. Hales (Independent Scholar), “Opening the Black Box: Applying a Dictation Model to a Popular Naturalistic Theory of the Book of Mormon ‘Translation’”.

Young, Brigham. Journals, – Brigham Young Office Files, – CHL. CR 1, boxes 71– Arrington, Leonard J. Brigham Young: American Moses. Brigham Young Blood Atonement Sermon: Journal of Discourses Vol.

4, p. Quick Links: A Discourse by President Brigham Young, Delivered in the Tabernacle, Great Salt Lake City, February 8, There is not a person here to-day but what is a son or a daughter of that Being.

In the spirit world their spirits were first begotten. Just at the time Joseph Smith and his scribes were in the process of translating the Book of Mormon inBrigham Young, Miriam, and a Port Byron addition, little Elizabeth (born Septem ), took up residence on the John Young farm in Mendon, New York.

46 Brigham built a home for his father on the road leading south from the village. I always read books like this with my computer close at hand to check sources and get additional insight.

For example, at the bottom of p there's a very brief sentence about "apostate John Tobin" and how he was a "would be paramour of Brigham Young's daughter Alice"/5.Chapter 2: Brigham Young Brings Tears to Ann Eliza’s Home “I was consecrated to sorrow by the baptism of my mother’s tears,” wrote Ann Eliza, who was born two months after Smith’s death.

“I came to her when the greatest misery of her life was about to fall on her.”Author: Ckreiser.