When [Naomi] saw that [Ruth] was steadfastly minded to go with her, then she left speaking unto her.
We left our home on the 26th of May and crossed the sea in the Ship Horizon. We had a prosperous voyage of nearly forty days and landed at Boston from which place we traveled by rail to Iowa City...We left Iowa City in the month of August to cross the plains with a handcart in the company known as Martin Company. We had a perilous journey across the plains...We arrived in Salt Lake City on the last day of November of the same year after suffering many hardships and privations for the truths sake but I know my reward is sure. We arrived in Payson on the 2nd of December and were well treated by the people. I could not stand on my feet for three months after I arrived. In the month of February 1858 I married John H. Moore.The many hardships and privations to which Mary tersely refers included a case of frostbite in which she lost not only flesh from her feet, but later endured having the exposed bones and joints removed with scissors—the only tool available for the purpose. She did not recover until a year or so after arriving in Utah and settling in Payson, where she and her boys were taken into the home and hearts of the Moore family. As her health permitted, she contributed to the household by carding and spinning wool, and by weaving fabric for clothing and household linens. In 1858, she married John Harvey Moore. She also became a leader in the Relief Society.
By Al R. Young
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Tags: Into The West, Spring Rain, North Country, The Grey Havens, Journey's End, Looking Back, Enchanted Stillness, Bedtime Story, In The High Valley, The Daydream, Before The Ball, Old Shannon, Pavane, Sweet Brier, Legend, Mountain Home, And I...
By Elspeth C. Young Steadfastly Minded (Mary Soar Taylor)was painted by the artist in the studios at Ben Haven.
dimensions (unframed width x height)
23.75 in. x 36 in.
Painting research begins — 2014 May
Brushwork begins — 2014 October
Painting completed — Because of a studio accident, this painting was never completed
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Dress form (torso) created by the artist for studio costume-display
costumes, miniatures, and props created for this project
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By Al R. Young This blank-book journal sells for $32 (plus shipping) direct from Al Young Studios. Printed in full color on heavy paper, the book is bound with black plastic spiral to rest flat when open.
In Their Footsteps: A Personal Journal features 29 original artworks consisting of 18 original oil paintings from the Artists of Al Young Studios, 2 images from the Studios' Limited Editions Collection, four artworks from Ashton' private portfolio, and five pencil drawings from Al's private portfolio... Read more »
Tags: Meadow, Charity, In The High Valley, Mountain Home, Sara Crewe, The Dawning Of A Brighter Day, 3.30.0028.000, Far Away In The West, 3.30.0243.000, There The Saints Will Be Blessed, 3.30.0277.000, Green And Pleasant Land, I Will Uphold Thee,...
By Al R. Young Steadfastly Minded is the newest oil painting to be added to the line of original artworks from Al Young Studios.
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