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History of women in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon Church).
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Eliza R. Snow
Rachel Woods, About's Guide to Latter-Day Saints, summarizes the life of Eliza Snow and her contributions to the religion.

Elouise M. Bell
A professor at Brigham Young University, author, and feminist within the Church.

Mary Lythgoe Bradford
Author and historian of Mormon women. The list of her works is a good start on a bibliography on Mormon women from the perspective of Mormonism.

Ina Coolbrith
Poet of the 19th century who was also a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter-Day Saints.

Mary Goble Pay
Mormon pioneer whose autobiography is a rich source of history.

Eliza R. Snow
A short biography of Snow, plus copies of several of her writings.

Josephine Spencer
Spencer, a Mormon woman, was a newspaper society editor, an author and a poet. A short story and poem by Spencer are also at this site.

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