A Mormon mother: an autobiography

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Tanner Trust Fund, University of Utah Library, 1983 - 346 Seiten
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Annie Clark was one of several wives of LDS Church Commissioner of Education Joseph Tanner. A good mother and devout Mormon woman, she nevertheless admitted that she saw her husband so infrequently that she felt more like his mistress. Her disappointment speaks volumes about the hardships of practical polygamy, as opposed to the ideal that was preached from the pulpit.

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Review: Mormon Mother: An Autobiography by Annie Clark Tanner

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Highly detailed account of living in polygamy in the late 1800s in Utah. Recommended for a good background in the practice. Vollständige Rezension lesen

Review: Mormon Mother: An Autobiography by Annie Clark Tanner

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I loved this book. It's been on my shelf for a long time. I wonder why I put it off. It is such an honest book. She tells her story with out any stops for a pity party. She just looked at life and ... Vollständige Rezension lesen

Inhalt

Girlhood Homes i
13
Young Womanhood
37
Church School in Provo
46
Urheberrecht

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Über den Autor (1983)

Tanner, the oldest child of Ezra T. Clark. While a student at Brigham Young Academy, she became the plural wife of faculty member Joseph Tanner, by who she had eight children.

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