Definition of Young, Brigham in English:

Young, Brigham

Syllabification: Young, Brigham
Pronunciation: /
 
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( 1801–77), US Mormon leader. He succeeded Joseph Smith as leader of the Mormons in 1844, led them westward, and established their headquarters at Salt Lake City, Utah. He served as governor of the territory of Utah from 1850 until 1857.

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