1873, English, Article edition: Number Seventeen subtitle: The Woes of Ann Eliza Young, Wife of the Prophet Brigham; She Tells Her Pitiful Story, as a Matter of Course, to “The Herald” Correspondent; The Prophet as a Lover and as a Husband; A Solution of the Problem, “How Does He Manage to Support His Wives?”; Ann Eliza’s Present Views of Polygamy

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Number Seventeen subtitle: The Woes of Ann Eliza Young, Wife of the Prophet Brigham; She Tells Her Pitiful Story, as a Matter of Course, to “The Herald” Correspondent; The Prophet as a Lover and as a Husband; A Solution of the Problem, “How Does He Manage to Support His Wives?”; Ann Eliza’s Present Views of Polygamy
 
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  • Chicago, Illinois
  • Harold B. Lee Library, Brigham Young University
  • 11 Aug 1873
  • 1873-08-11
Language
  • English

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  • Number Seventeen subtitle: The Woes of Ann Eliza Young, Wife of the Prophet Brigham; She Tells Her Pitiful Story, as a Matter of Course, to “The Herald” Correspondent; The Prophet as a Lover and as a Husband; A Solution of the Problem, “How Does He Manage to Support His Wives?”; Ann Eliza’s Present Views of Polygamy
Published
  • Chicago, Illinois
  • Harold B. Lee Library, Brigham Young University
  • 11 Aug 1873
  • 1873-08-11
Physical Description
  • text/​text
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  • p. 3
  • columns 1-3
  • 45 col. in.
  • In an interview with a reporter, Ann Eliza Young has described her rearing in Mormonism, her courtship with and marriage to Brigham Young, and her decision to leave her marriage and file for divorce. She describes her hatred of polygamy and explains that she wants her story be heard so that other women will not fall into the same trap. In her opinion, Brigham Young marries young wives to flatter his vanity.
  • 19th Century Mormon Article Newspaper Index
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  • Chicago times
  • Brigham Young University
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