Series chronicling events of the Utah War and the long winter spent by federal troops in present day Wyoming before their march into Salt Lake City to meet with Brigham Young.
What started the conflict between the US government and the Mormon People of Utah.
Hearing of the advance of federal troops the people of Utah build fortifications and prepare for a conflict with US soldiers.
To prevent US troops from using it Mormons burn their own fort known as Fort Supply.
Soldiers hastily set up a camp at present day Fort Bridger, Wyoming to wait out the long winter.
Soldiers try to stay warm during their long winter stint at Camp Scott in present day Wyoming.
Wife of Governor Cummings, Elizabeth Cummings also spent her winter at Camp Ccott.
Alexander Kane helps resolve the conflict.
A Utah Legionnaire is taken as a prisoner of war at Camp Scott.
Federal troops finally march into Salt Lake City.