By Colleen Whitley
This assortment surveys the numerous homes, apartments, farms, and homes of Brigham younger, chief of the Mormon pioneers, first territorial governor of Utah, and moment president of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The authors speak about, as well as the structures themselves, what went on inside of their partitions, taking a look specially on the lives of Young's plural other halves and their young ones. Their emphasis is on Young's flats as houses, not only constructions. The textual content is seriously illustrated with photographs, drawings and maps.
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98 Brigham lived long enough to relish the myths surrounding his carpentry work. In 1876, he responded to word that a chair he had made was receiving recognition: I felt amused and interested in your statement that a chair made by me would occupy a place in your Centennial supper to be held next Tuesday. 99 Above: This photo is often identified as Miriam Works Young; however, Miriam died in 1832, when photography was still in its infancy and certainly not accessible to a poor family in rural New York.
Sheldon Fisher, historian, archaeologist, and owner of the Valentown Museum in Fishers, New York, claims that he has a lathe that Brigham used for making furniture, along with numerous other items found when he excavated the abandoned Young mill. He claims to have found bricks with BY on them, a precision lathe for metalwork, together with a variety of steel-cutting tools, jackknives, drills, reamers, screwdrivers, hammers, axes, punches, awls, files, and screws. He found a forge hammer, together with a number of horse and oxen shoes, suggesting Brigham shod his own animals.
117 The Uglialoros have one treasure in their possession, which they found when they repegged the original pegs of the home. They possess an old shoe of early 1800s vintage. Matthew and his son found the shoe in the corner of the upstairs attic behind the pegs. The possibility exists that it could be Miriam’s shoe, although there is no way to prove it. The Auburn Historical Society once offered Matthew Uglialoro fifty dollars for the shoe. He said he wouldn’t sell it for one hundred fifty. 118 31 Brigham Young’s Birthplace and New York Residences The Owasco Outlet runs west of the Axton home.
Brigham Young S Homes by Colleen Whitley