Series on Woman’s Exponent at #LDS Church History blog

The official Church History blog of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has just completed a series on the Woman’s Exponent, the 19th century women’s newspaper from which Exponent II takes its name.

Woman’s Exponent—Women’s Rights and Suffrage Jen Barkdull, Church history specialist, archivist 13 March 2019

Woman’s Exponent—I Would Learn the Healer’s Art: Medicine and Remedies Jen Barkdull, Church history specialist, archivist 25 April 2019

Woman’s Exponent—Poetry Proponent Faye Fischer, Church history specialist 28 May 2019

Woman’s Exponent—Daughters of Zion: Female Biographical Narratives Anne R. Berryhill, Church history specialist, executive services 27 June 2019

Woman’s Exponent—Pioneer Day! Emily Crumpton, Church history consultant 23 July 2019

Woman’s Exponent—Cooperatives: Learning, Thinking, and Working Together By Anne Berryhill, Church history specialist, executive services 27 August 2019

Woman’s Exponent—The Great Debate: Editorials and Opposing Views Jen Barkdull, Church history specialist 24 September 2019

Woman’s Exponent—Acting with Authority Anne Berryhill, Church history specialist, executive services 1 October 2019

Woman’s Exponent—More Than a Domestic Drudge: Women and Education By Michelle Sayers, Church history specialist, archivist 19 November 2019

Woman’s Exponent—“The Back Bone of the Kingdom of God” By Faye Fischer, Church history specialist 31 December 2019

Woman’s Exponent—Resolutions 28 January 2020

Woman’s Exponent—Reflections 25 February 2020

 

April Young Bennett

April Young Bennett is the author of the Ask a Suffragist book series and host of the Religious Feminism Podcast. Learn more about April at aprilyoungb.com.

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