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A bronzed historical monument located on the north sidewalk of the intersection at Main and South Temple Streets of Salt Lake City, Utah.Erected in honor of pioneer-colonizer, Utah governor, and LDS Church president Brigham Young who led the Mormon pioneers into the Utah Territory in 1847. The base of the monument has the bronze figure of an Indian facing east and that of a bearded fur trapper facing west. On the south side is a bronze bas-relief of a pioneer man, woman, and child, with a bronze plaque has a list of the pioneers who arrived in the Salt Lake Valley on July 24, 1847.
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Brigham Young Monument
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