The Coldest Hour of the Twenty-Four

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Brigham Young wept when he heard the report of these three young men’s heroic deed of carrying the beleaguered saints across the half frozen water. He declared, “This act alone will ensure their everlasting salvation in the Celestial Kingdom of our God, worlds without end.” In what witnesses recorded as “the coldest hour of the twenty-four,” David P. Kimball , George W. Grant, and C. Allen Huntington, carried many of the pioneers across the river so that they might have a better chance of making it to their final destination.

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10×8, 14×11, 16×12, 20×16, 24×18, 30×20, 30×24, 36×24, 40×30

Giclée Canvas Print or Archival Paper

Giclée Canvas Print, Archival Paper Print


No Frame (Rolled), No Frame (Mounted Canvas), Oxford Walnut Finish 1.75in, Highland Park Black and Gold 2.75in, Antique Bronze Scoop 3.25in


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