Where did the Mormons go after Illinois?

Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormon is a nickname) were forced to leave Nauvoo, Illinois by mobs. The exodus started 04 Feb 1846 with the last leaving Nauvoo in September of 1846. During that time around 14,000 members went west across the Mississippi River into Iowa, then on west across Iowa. They were headed to the Rocky Mountains but weather and the on coming winter forced them to stop in Kanesville (today Council Bluffs), Iowa. Early in 1847 the first of many wagon train companys, handcart companys, etc made their way on west to the Great Basin (today Salt Lake City, Utah). This movement lasted for the next 10 years (1847 thru 1858) inwhich around 70,000 members settled the Great Basin. Today Salt Lake City, Utah is where the headquarters of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints is located. (See www.LDS.org)