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Cyrus E. Dallin

Cyrus E. Dallin

Cyrus E. Dallin was a noted sculptor born in Springville, Utah in 1861. He was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, whose members are often called Mormons. Growing up, he frequently played with the Native American children nearby, setting the...

John Moyle

John Rowe Moyle was a stonecutter from Plymouth, England. He sailed to the United States in 1856, after his conversion to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Upon arriving by rail in Iowa City, he discovered there were no more covered wagons to be...

John Tanner

John Tanner was a man of great faith. His faith was great enough to miraculously heal a diseased leg. It was also great enough to sacrifice all he was asked to sacrifice to help build the kingdom of God on the earth. Watch this short video of his...
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