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In 1846, [[Samuel Brannan (1819-1889)|Samuel Brannan]] led a around 230 [[:Category:Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints|Mormon]] pioneers on the ''Ship Brooklyn'' out of New York, around Cape Horn, to Yerba Beuna (now San Francisco, California) on their trek to join with [[Brigham Young (1801-1877)|Brigham Young's]] group in the West.
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In 1846, [[Samuel Brannan (1819-1889)|Samuel Brannan]] led a around 230 [[:Category:Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints|Mormon]] pioneers on the ''Ship Brooklyn'' out of New York, around Cape Horn, to Yerba Beuna (now San Francisco, California) on their trek to join with [[Brigham Young (1801-1877)|Brigham Young]]'s sect in the West.
  
 
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In 1846, Samuel Brannan led a around 230 Mormon pioneers on the Ship Brooklyn out of New York, around Cape Horn, to Yerba Beuna (now San Francisco, California) on their trek to join with Brigham Young's sect in the West.

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