The house itself is fine, but contains no particularly interesting relics from the 19th century -- just some reasonably interesting tools. Our guides were poorly trained cheerleaders for the LDS faith. They honestly seemed to believe that Smith and Young were the first to note that open fires should be away from the house, or that food should be stored for the winter. We have been to dozens of historical houses and museums over the years. The tour we had would have been interesting to the faithful, but not to anyone else.
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