Brigham Young. Quotes
Date of birth
June 01, 1801
Date of death
Produce what you consume; draw from the native element the necessaries of life. Permit no vitiated taste to lead you into the indulgence of expensive luxuries, which can only be obtained by involving yourselves in debt.
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