1875, English, Article edition: Ann Eliza’s Trials subtitle: The Story of Her Life in Bondage as Told by One of Brigham’s Wives; Her Birth, Education, and Troubles While in Polygamy; Her Life with Brigham Young, the Chief of the Latter-Day Saints; Leaving Mormondom—An Appeal to the People of the East

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Ann Eliza’s Trials subtitle: The Story of Her Life in Bondage as Told by One of Brigham’s Wives; Her Birth, Education, and Troubles While in Polygamy; Her Life with Brigham Young, the Chief of the Latter-Day Saints; Leaving Mormondom—An Appeal to the People of the East
 
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  • text/​text
Published
  • Chicago, Illinois
  • Harold B. Lee Library, Brigham Young University
  • 24 Nov 1875
  • 1875-11-24
Language
  • English

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  • Ann Eliza’s Trials subtitle: The Story of Her Life in Bondage as Told by One of Brigham’s Wives; Her Birth, Education, and Troubles While in Polygamy; Her Life with Brigham Young, the Chief of the Latter-Day Saints; Leaving Mormondom—An Appeal to the People of the East
Published
  • Chicago, Illinois
  • Harold B. Lee Library, Brigham Young University
  • 24 Nov 1875
  • 1875-11-24
Physical Description
  • text/​text
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Notes
  • p. 4
  • column 7
  • 15 ½ col. in.
  • Ann Eliza, former wife of the polygamous Mormon leader Brigham Young, has spoken of her life and of the evils of polygamy in a recent lecture at the Union Park Congregational Church. She claims that she rose out of polygamy through the knowledge she gained in her childhood education. According to Ann Eliza, polygamy will exist as long as the Christian people of the country are apathetic about it; she has encouraged her audience to support Congressional measures against polygamy.
  • 19th Century Mormon Article Newspaper Index
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  • Chicago times
  • Brigham Young University
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  • English
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