Year of Polygamy: Mormon Women in Prison, Episode 71

Andrew Mercer Reformatory for Women, Toronto, prisoners, 1880
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WOMEN PRISONERS – TASMANIA 1870
(1880-1958), English suffragettes in prison dress
Women’s Social and Political Union in prison uniform and newspaper
19th-century female workers in Lowell, Massachusetts were arguably the first to use the term “wage slave”.

Join Lindsay as she interviews scholars Lorie Winder Stromberg and Sarah Barringer Gordon about Mormon women who were imprisoned for practicing polygamy in the 19th Century.

 

 

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Lorie’s essay can be found in the Second Edition of the Persistence of Polygamy

Old newspaper headline about Mormon Women imprisoned for polygamy

 

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