What is the duration of Brigham Young film?
The duration of Brigham Young - film - is 1.88 hours.
The duration of Brigham City - film - is 1.8 hours.
Brigham Young - film - was created on 1940-09-27.
The duration of Young Adam - film - is 1.63 hours.
The duration of Young Adult - film - is 1.57 hours.
The duration of The Young Guard - film - is 2.83 hours.
The duration of Forever Young - film - is 1.7 hours.
The duration of Young Gods - film - is 1.65 hours.
The duration of The Young Doctors - film - is 1.67 hours.
The duration of The Young Lions - film - is 2.78 hours.
The duration of Young Man with a Horn - film - is 1.87 hours.
The duration of For Those Who Think Young - film - is 1.6 hours.
Brigham Young was born in Vermont. Brigham Young was trained as a carpenter. Brigham Young was heart-broken when his first wife died tragically. Brigham Young was extremely impressed with Joseph Smith. Brigham Young was deeply devoted to his Mormon faith. Brigham Young became the second president of the Mormon church when Joseph Smith died. Brigham Young lead the Mormons from Illinois to Utah. Brigham Young assumed the governorship of Utah. Brigham Young orchestrated the settlement… Read More
Yes. There was a movie made about Brigham Young (Titled: Brigham Young).
Brigham Young lead the Mormons.
Young Brigham was created in 1968.
No, Brigham Young was not an abolitionist. Brigham Young believed that slavery could not be abolished until the second coming of the Lord.
Brigham Young University-Provo's colors are blue and white. Brigham Young University-Idaho's colors are blue and grey. Brigham Young University-Hawaii's colors are red and gold.
Brigham Young loved Utah.
Steve Young is a great-great-great-grandson of Brigham Young.
Brigham Young Jr. was the second son of Brigham Young, the second president of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.
No. Brigham Young did. Karl G.Maeser served as principal and president of Brigham Young Academy from 1876 to 1892.
Brigham Young grew up in Vermont, USA.
No. Brigham Young never visted Hawaii.
Brigham Young has been called "The American Moses".
Brigham Young was born on June 1, 1801.
Brigham Young led the Mormons to Utah.
Brigham Young University's mascot is the cougar.
It was named after the second prophet Brigham Young :)
Brigham Young University is located in Provo, Utah.
Brigham Young College ended in 1926.
Brigham Young College was created in 1877.
Brigham City - film - was created in 2001.
Brigham Young University is located in Provo, Utah. It's mascot is the Cougar. There is also a Brigham Young University Idaho located in Rexburg, Idaho and a Brigham Young University Hawaii located in Laie, Hawaii.
Brigham Young University is located in Provo, Utah which is about an hour's drive south from Salt Lake City. There is also a Brigham Young University - Idaho in Rexburg, Idaho and a Brigham Young University - Hawaii in Laie, Hawaii.
The film was titled Brigham Young: Frontiersman. It premiered on September 20, 1940. It told the true story of Brigham Young (Dean Jagger) and his battle to transport his people across the Rocky Mountains to settle in Salt Lake City. The plot focused on two of his people, Jonathan Kent and Zina Webb and the hardships they faced along the way. This film was not made by Latter-day Saints. It was meant to serve as… Read More
No. Brigham Young was in the eastern states.
Brigham Young died on August 29, 1877.
Brigham Young is buried at 140 East 1st Avenue in Salt Lake City, Utah in the Brigham Young Family Cemetary, near the Brigham Young Historic Park. A photo of his grave is found below under "Related Links".
Brigham Young University is located in Provo, Utah, about an hour's drive south of Salt Lake City. Brigham Young University-Idaho is located in Rexburg, Idaho. Brigham Young University-Hawaii is located in Laie, Hawaii.
Brigham Young's full name was Brigham Young.
Brigham Young traveled west by ox-drawn wagon.
Brigham Young University was created on 1875-10-16.
Yes, Brigham Young was the first governor of Utah.
Brigham Young died on August 29, 1877 at the age of 76.
Yes, the pioneers were led by Brigham Young to Utah.
Brigham Young High School was created in 1876.
Brigham Young University Press was created in 1997.
Brigham Young Oil Well was created in 1847.
Brigham Young's 19th wife is said to be Mary Pierce. They were married January 16, 1845 when Brigham Young was 43 and she was 25. Her widowed sister Margaret was married to Brigham Young on the same day.
I don't know if you could really say that Brigham Young founded BYU. BYU originally began as an extension of the University of Utah, then called the University of Deseret. Brigham Young had purchased a plot of land in Provo to be used for that extension school. In 1876, the Provo school officially broke off from the University of Deseret to become "Brigham Young Acadamy", which was a K-12 school. In the 1890's the Acadamy… Read More