West side, south corner

West side, south corner
This scene depicts the first parties of Saints who, in 1846, were driven from their homes in Nauvoo, IL and crossed the plains traveling the 1,400-mile journey from the Mississippi River to Salt Lake City. The couple pulling the handcart represents the approximately 4,000 Saints who used a handcart, rather than a traditional wagon pulled by oxen to carry their belongings to Salt Lake. | Creator: Stephen G. Williams | Date: December 3, 2016 | Rights: Creative Commons Non-Commercial, Attribution, Share-Alike
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