Brigham Young was the second president of the LDS Church. He was the leader of the Church’s movement west as well as first territorial governor of Deseret, later named Utah. Prior to moving West, the Youngs settled in Nauvoo, IL and shortly afterwards, Brigham departed on a mission to England. While he was gone, his wife, Mary Ann, procured their Nauvoo lot and moved their family of seven children into an unfinished log cabin. After Brigham returned, he completed the cabin and then built their brick home from 1843 to 1844.
Dowdle Folk Art wants you to be 100% satisfied with your purchase. This is why we created the "No Missing Pieces” Guarantee.*
If you have a current title and a piece of your puzzle is missing we will gladly send a, one time, complete puzzle replacement of the same title, as it is not possible to replace a single missing piece. All requests must be submitted through a form found here. If you have any issues, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. *The “No Missing Pieces” guarantee does not apply to our hand crafted wooden puzzles that are created one at a time, not mass produced. Those go through a strict creation and quality control process before leaving our building to be shipped directly to you.