The Indians claimed to the Saints that they were offered money for livestock stolen and for Mormon scalps, by who?
a. Lilburn Boggs
b. Martin Van Buren
c. Johnston’s army
d. Jim Bridger
(B) Enter into polygamy
From the life of Ralph Snowball: Many of Ralph’s friends had already entered into polygamy, so one evening he put his arm around his short, stout wife and asked, “Well, Jane, my dear, how would you feel if I were to take a second wife?” Jane’s eyes sparked as usual, and she said, “If you bring her in the front door, I’ll go out the back, and you’ll never see me again.” Polygamy was never mentioned again in the Snowball household.
Lesson Committee, Chronicles of Courage (Salt Lake City: Utah Printing Company, 1995), 6:91.