|Caption||Hounded from State to State for their religious practices, the Mormons finally decided to leave settled American territory and trek into the unexplored Rocky Mountains and find a homeland of their own. Although close to starvation in Winter, the pioneers would not eat meat stored in a mountain cabin because their religion considered it unclean. To avoid temptation they broke the ice and flung the meat into the chilly waters. Inset: Brigham Young. Original artwork for illustrations on pp8-9 of L&L no. 870 (16 September 1978).|
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|Keywords||Mormons temptation religious principles Rocky Mountains cabin snow ice pick pioneers Brigham Young America USA|
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