The building is no longer standing. I have been told that after the Church moved on to a larger building in Columbia, the land owner had it torn down and built a home on the spot.
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They "were treated with much respect and were granted their request. The chief informed them be was willing to do all in his power to assist them. He said that on three different occasions he had visited Salt Lake City and was very courteously treated by the "Mormons." He spoke in high terms of the founder of "Mormonism."It would be 1930's before a branch with a Sunday School, a Relief Society, a Primary & a "Young People's" organization was set up. But that is a story for another day.