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‘I Could Have Gone into Every House’ - Church History
He believed, the letter continued, “that if a number of bright and intelligent women were called on missions to England, the results would be excellent.” 2 “ If a number of bright and intelligent women were called on missions to England, the results would be excellent. ” Joseph W. McMurrin European Mission presidency
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“The organization of the Church of Christ was never perfect,” Joseph told Sarah, “until the women were organized.” 6. Joseph asked that a core group of interested sisters gather in the upper room of his Red Brick Store the next Thursday to organize the society the Church needed.
Aunt Zina - Church History
The two women had been very close (Zina Card was Zina Young’s only daughter), especially after the death of Brigham Young. It was a keen loss for Zina. Zina Young Card
“I Am on a Foreign Mission” - history.lds.org
Mildred was the third wife of Alfred Randall, and after they wed in 1860 he married two more women in polygamy. In 1865, Mildred became one of the first LDS women formally set apart as a missionary when she was assigned to accompany Alfred to the Sandwich Islands (Hawaii), where Alfred would help manage the Church plantation in Laie and Mildred ...
“Taking Fresh Courage” - Church History
The women listened in peace, Inez wrote, until the confrontation ended. But this would not be the last confrontation these sister missionaries would have with the anti-Mormon league. Soon after, in January 1899, Inez and Liza encountered a mob in front of the local mission headquarters, where they were going to visit the family that kept the house.