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California Mormons by sail and trail.

Author: Annaleone Davis Patton
Publisher: Salt Lake City, Deseret Book Co. [1961]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"The segment of the Mormon migration which came by water to California's shores has been by-passed by many writers of history, particularly by writers of church history. This was a church-sponsored (but not financed) plan to move the Atlantic seaboard members to the Upper- California," which included the Great Basin, where they hoped a new Zion might be established.".
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Annaleone Davis Patton
OCLC Number: 1891920
Description: 197 pages illustrations 24 cm

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"The segment of the Mormon migration which came by water to California's shores has been by-passed by many writers of history, particularly by writers of church history. This was a church-sponsored (but not financed) plan to move the Atlantic seaboard members to the Upper- California," which included the Great Basin, where they hoped a new Zion might be established.".

"These exiled Mormons chartered a cargo ship, the Brooklyn, and sailed from New York on February 4, 1846. As far as can be ascertained, it was the first colony of homeseekers with women and children to sail around Cape Horn. The Brooklyn Saints were the first Anglo-Americans to come to California by water; the first colony under the United States regime in California; and, except for a hide, the first ship to sail into San Francisco's Golden Gate after the Stars and Stripes had been raised in San Francisco by Captain John B. Montgomery three weeks before"--Pref.

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