Excerpts from "Thomas Moran in Utah" by Gaell Lindstrom
On July 9, 1873, Thomas Moran wrote to his wife Mary from Salt Lake City: "In the afternoon Powell and I went to Brigham Young's house and I was introduced to all the leading Mormons. There was Brig[ham] Young. Geo. A. Smith second man in power. Bishop Nusser [Musser]. Bishop Cannon. The editor of the Mormon paper and delegate to Congress. Bishop Hooper and some other Mormon high priests. They are very much like the rest of mankind and all smart fellows." Moran came to Salt Lake via the Union Pacific Railroad to meet John Wesley Powell of Colorado River fame.
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Cyrus Dallin's Original "Captured But Not Conquered"
Cyrus Dallin (Springville, UT 1861 - Arlington Heights, MA, 1944)Captured But Not Conquered (1918)Bronze, Gorham Founders32 1/2 in highSigned: “CE Dallin, 1918” #3 of 5   PROVENANCECyrus DallinMrs. Prudence HalyburtonEdgar A. HalyburtonPrivate Collection, Lakewood, California   About the Work It...
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