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by Claudia L. Bushman


Mormon Sisters: Women I. .has been added to your Cart. THis is the story of early Mormon women coming to Utah as early as 1850 and it talks about many women's lives who kept diaries and journals. It is an interesting piece of Western history.

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When Claudia Bushman was publishing Exponent II, her husband Richard was a stake president in the LDS church and writing for Dialogue. Mormon Sisters: Women in Early Utah (1997). Utah State University Press. ISBN 978-0874212334 Also published in 1976 by Emmeline Press. When L. Tom Perry flew down to talk with Bushman and her friends, he said that while he found nothing objectionable in the magazine, he said it was not suitable.

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It helped launch the careers of several distinguished scholars and writers.

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Claudia Marian Lauper Bushman (born June 11, 1934) is an American historian specializing in domestic .

Claudia Marian Lauper Bushman (born June 11, 1934) is an American historian specializing in domestic women's history, especially as it relates to the history of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church). She helped found the progressive LDS magazine Exponent II, has written Americ.

Claudia L. Bushman, e. Mormon Sisters: Women in Early Utah (Logan: Utah State University Press, 1997) . Mormon Sisters: Women in Early Utah (Logan: Utah State University Press, 1997);Google Scholar. Sarah Barrington Gordon, The Mormon Question: Polygamy and Constitutional Conflict in Nineteenth Century America (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2004);Google Scholar. Bruce Bergett, On the Mormon Question: Race, Sex, and Polygamy in the 1850s and the 1990s, American Quarterly 57, no. 1 (March 2005): 75–102;CrossRefGoogle Scholar.

Claudia Marian Lauper Bushman (born 1934) is an American historian with specialty in the history of the .

Claudia Marian Lauper Bushman (born 1934) is an American historian with specialty in the history of the Latter day Saints. Bushman has written Mormons in America, Building the Kingdom: A History of Mormons in America, In Old Virginia: Slavery, Farming and Society in the Journal of John Walker, America Discovers Columbus: How an Italian Explorer Became an American Hero, Mormon Sisters: Women in Early Utah. "National convention recognizes 18 LDS mothers". Bushman holds degrees in literature and American Studies from Wellesley College, Brigham Young . Bushman holds degrees in literature and American Studies from Wellesley College, Brigham Young University, and Boston University and now teaches history and American studies at Columbia University in the City of New York. She grew up in San Francisco and has lived in nine of the thirteen original states

Stories of early Mormon women in Utah.
Llathidan
This book is a collection of articles written in the 70s shortly after "correlation". As a result, one or two of the articles have a slightly bitter tone regarding the resultant loss of female autonomy. Interestingly, however, the predictions made then about how the church would have to change it's RS programs to suit the new global church have come to pass with the new Enrichment program.

Because the articles are written by women with an interest who are not necessarily historians, the articles are of varying quality. Nevertheless, the book is definitely worth a read and should be in your library of Church books.

Despite the title, not all of the articles are about early Utah women. Many of them deal with cultural issues of today. Polygamy is treated but not in as much detail as I would have expected (or preferred) by Mormon women writers.

For the faint of heart, nothing in here is likely to try your faith or tempt you to leave the Church, and know that the authors have tried to be objective about historical, social, and political issues facing Mormon Women.

A good read.
Thozius
Perfect! I am incredibly glad to get this.
Nicanagy
Unfortunately I should have purchased the first edition instead of the second. I was looking for the edition that had my great-grandmother's photo. I will have to try to find the first edition. The book was in good condition, and I was glad to get it for the contents.
Grinin
This book is a great resource for anyone doing research on Latter-day Saint women or for anyone simply interested in learning about women and frontier life. All of the articles are insightful and discuss topics that might not be found in the standard history of the LDS church such as mysticism and feminism. There is also extensive writing on polygamy and the effects it had on women in the Church.
Nto
THis is the story of early Mormon women coming to Utah as early as 1850 and it talks about many women's lives who kept diaries and journals.It is an interesting piece of Western history.
Clodebd
The book is excellent - except the sender gipped me because when it gets to page 190, pages 127 to 158 are repeated. Pages 190 to 222 are missing, so three chapters are omittted.
Mormon Sisters: Women in Early Utah ebook
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Claudia L. Bushman
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