Brigham Young has written to the New York Herald to clear misunderstandings about several recent events in Utah. He explains his reasons for abdicating leadership at the Deseret National Bank, at Zion’s Co-operative Mercantile Institution, and at the railroad; he gives an update on the status of these institutions. He explains why the Saints are planning to establish settlements in Arizona and describes industry in Utah. He denies that he has extensive funds in England. The letter ends with Young’s summary of the accomplishments of his life and with his hope that he will be better understood by future generations.
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