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She did the unthinkable—divorcing the powerful leader of the Mormon Church, a man labeled a “living prophet” who was believed to speak directly with God. But Ann Eliza Young could not tolerate her position as “Wife No. 19” to Brigham Young, and in her rebellion, she exposed the horrors of polygamy. She was born Ann Eliza Webb on September 3, 1844, in Nauvoo, Illinois, a settlement founded by Mormons. Her father, Chauncey, was a carriage maker who would eventually—reluctantly at…
by Toshiteru Yamaji. He did a 10 year photo essay about the relationship between a piglet and the pig farmer.
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Trailer Camp Children, 1944. Photographed by Ansel Adams. (The portrait was taken while Adams was on assignment with Dorothea Lange for Fortune in San Joaquin Valley, California. The photograph was sold at Christie’s in 2000 for 8225 USD.)