Authors

Joel E. Ricks

Document Type

Article

Publisher

Utah Historical Quarterly

Publication Date

10-1956

Abstract

The settlement of Cache Valley played a significant part in the tremendous efforts of Brigham Young to occupy and develop an extensive commonwealth in the Far West. As he led his tired but hopeful pioneers into the valley of the Great Salt Lake in 1847, it did not seem likely that one of America's greatest colonial enterprises was in the making.

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Publication made available electronically February 14, 2012.

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