Growing Up In Zion: True Stories of Young Pioneers Building by Susan Arrington Madsen

By Susan Arrington Madsen

Who can higher inform of consuming porcupine for dinner, or chewing on an outdated hawk boiled in a pot all evening, than the boy hungry adequate to devour this type of grisly meal? In honor of the impending LDS Church Sesquicentennial get together of the pioneers' arrival within the Salt Lake Valley, Susan Arrington Madsen has written this booklet. The booklet is dedicated to the reviews, sacrifices,and contributions of 19th century Latter-day Saint young children and adolescents.

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