An account written by Fred W. Lorin of his stay in Salt Lake City. Descriptions of the scenery of Utah, Salt Lake City, a theater performance, the Mormon people, Utah’s hot sulphur-springs, Brigham Young’s office, and Brigham Young himself. The author finds that polygamy has had an adverse affect on the people and that the children are paying the costs; he also finds that he cannot help admiring Brigham Young despite the many negative qualities he believes Young to possess. Only time will tell if Mormonism will survive after Brigham Young is gone.
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