Year of Polygamy: Generational Shifts, Episode 72

Mary Lois Walker

 

GENERATIONS OF POLYGAMOUS WOMEN: Jane Arterburn Sartin, Elizabeth Sartin Davis, Bertha Davis Ezell, Lillie Ezell Hargis young girl is Mary Lois Hargis dau of Lillie Ezell Hargis

 

Join Lindsay as she discusses generational shifts of Plural Marriage from lauded to avoided.

 

Links mentioned in this podcast:

Before the Manifesto: The Life Writings of Mary Lois Walker Morris

Year of Polygamy: Going Underground, Episode 70

 

Join Lindsay as she discuss the stories of two women, Eliza Jacobsen and Ida Hunt Udall and their experiences on the “Mormon Underground.”

 

Links mentioned in this podcast:

History of Scandinavian Mormons

Book about Ida: Mormon Odyssey

Ida Udall Findagrave

Ida Udalll Arizona Pioneer Woman

Ida visits Saltair

Ida Hunt Udall Photo Collection

Year of Polygamy: From Polygamy to Peace- The Changing Church, Episode 69

Join Lindsay as she discusses what the LDS church looked like at the turn of the century and how it slowly started shifting from being a polygamous church and the causalities that involved.

 

 

Links mentioned in this podcast:

The Mormon Experience by Leonard J Arrington/ Davis Bitton

She Had a (Relief Society) Question, 1928

Few Minutes in the North Weber Stake, 22 June 1919

The Polygamous Wives Writing Club by Paula Kelly Harline

Year of Polygamy: Post-Manifesto Marriages, Episode 62

Join Lindsay as she discusses several of the most prominent known marriages that happened after both the 1890 manifesto and the 1904 manifesto.

 

 

Links mentioned in this podcast:

Solemn Covenant, The Mormon Polygamous Passage

The Mormon Hierarchy: Extensions of Power

Mormon Polygamy: A History

Sunstone: After the Manifesto

LDS Church Authority and New Plural Marriages

D. Michael Quinn: The Second Manifesto

D. Michael Quinn’s Plural Marriages After the Manifesto

Family Kingdom by Samuel Taylor

Additional notes:

Remarks of Wilford Woodruff at Cache Stake Conference, Logan, Utah, 1891-11-01; reported at Wilford Woodruff, “Remarks”, Deseret Weekly (Salt Lake City, Utah) 1891-11-14; excerpts reprinted in LDS Church, “Official Declaration—1”, Doctrine and Covenants.

Diary entry of Marriner W. Merrill, 1890-10-06 (LDS Church archives), as cited in: Hardy 1992, p. 141.

Flake, Kathleen (2003), The Politics of American Religious Identity: The Seating of Senator Reed Smoot, Mormon Apostle, Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, ISBN 0-8078-5501-4, OCLC 5770734