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What does the lds days of 47 mean?

'Days of 47' is a popular Pioneer Day celebration in Utah, comprising of a large parade, rodeo, fireworks, races, and other events. Pioneer Day is a state holiday in Utah, celebrated on July 24. It commemorates the Mormon Pioneers arriving… Full Answer

Where is the restored Mormon community?

There is no such thing as a "Mormon" community. Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (commonly called the "Mormon" church) live in regular homes and neighborhoods, not in closed societies or communities. There are over 13… Full Answer

What has the author Hosea Stout written?

Hosea Stout has written: 'On the Mormon frontier' -- subject(s): Sources, History, Diaries, Mormon Church, Legislators, Mormon pioneers, Mormons and Mormonism, Mormons, Autograph 'The autobiography of Hosea Stout' -- subject(s): History, Biography, Mormon Church, Mormons, Legislators, Frontier and pioneer life… Full Answer

When did the Mormon trai end?

The Mormon Trail is still in existence. Part of it is paved as highway, and other parts are just dirt trails through the wilderness. It stopped being a common route to Utah in the early 1860's, when the railroad came… Full Answer

When did brigham young become leader?

Brigham Young officially became President of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (commonly called the "Mormon" Church) in December 1847, after the first Mormon Pioneer group arrived in Salt Lake City. However, many Church members began following… Full Answer

What happened juring the Mormon journey to Utah?

A lot!! So much, in fact, I don't think it could possibly fit into one answer. If your looking for what happened to the first group of Mormon Pioneers, I'd suggest going to: http://www.lds.org/gospellibrary/pioneer/pioneerstory.htm If you're interested in reading about… Full Answer