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Built for Brigham Young, an early leader of the Church of Latter-day Saints, this Salt Lake City house takes its name from the decorative beehive structure atop the roof, which symbolizes community and a strong work ethic. The house served as Young's executive mansion during his tenure as governor of Utah Territory prior to Utah’s admittance into the United States, and it was also the home of one of his wives and their nine children. In recent years, one of Young's grandchildren restored the house to its original appearance, and today it is a historic museum filled with period furnishings, most of which are original to the home.
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