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Shortly after the sacking of Nauvoo, Brigham Young announced his leadership of the Mormons and led them to Utah, where they flourished. Were the Founding Fathers of the United States Christians? Revere’s “midnight ride” provided the colonists with vital information about British intentions, and it was later immortalized in a poem by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. The luster of the job vanished, though, when Eaton realized that his main task was to deliver tribute to Tunis and meet the every-rising demands of its rulers for more. "Genius of my country!" he wrote. "How art thou prostrate!

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