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Women of the Mormon Battalion and Mississippi Saints

compiled by Kate B. Carter
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
[Salt Lake City, Utah?] : Daughters of Utah Pioneers State Central Company, ©1938
24 p.
Historical pamphlet; December 1938

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The parting -- Families of Mormon Battalion -- Women of the Battalion -- The woman's part -- Concern felt by men of Battalion for their wives -- The Merrill sisters -- Susan Smith Adams -- The women who made the entire trip -- Susan Davis -- Lydia Hunter -- Phebe Draper Palmer Brown -- Melissa Burton Coray -- Women of the Mississippi Saints -- Record of the first group to enter valley -- Life and death in the valley -- The pioneer women in the community -- The Crow family -- Experiences of Manomas Lavina Andrus (one of the Mississippi Saints) -- The Mormon women / Col. Thomas Kane -- Three negro pioneers (forgotten heroes).

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