Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Brigham’s Most Vital Year

What is considered Brigham Young’s most vital year in his life?
a.                  1847, leading the Saints to the west
b.                  1857, the Johnson’s army fiasco
c.                   1840, Brigham Young’s mission to England
d.                  1838, Leading the Saints out of Missouri
Yesterday’s answer:
c.   Eliza R. Snow
From the life of Eliza R. Snow: . . .she joined the (LDS) Church April 15, 1835, moving to Kirtland, where she taught a school for girls and was also a governess in the Prophet Joseph Smith’s family.

Daughters of Utah Pioneers, Chronicles of Courage (Salt Lake City: Utah Publishing Company, 1994), 5:114.

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