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The Mormon Trail: A Photographic Exhibit
Brigham Young
Brigham Young as he looked in about 1850.
Under the leadership of Brigham Young the Mormons left Nauvoo earlier than planned because of the revocation of their city charter, growing rumors of U.S. government intervention, and fears that federal troops would march on the city. They left Nauvoo on February 4, 1846.
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