4 Zinas: a story of mothers and daughters on the Mormon frontier

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Signature Books, 2000 - Biography & Autobiography - 497 pages
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Zina Baker Huntington converted to Mormonism in New York. Her daughter, Zina Diantha, became known in Ohio for her spiritual gifts and later as a plural wife of Brigham Young. Her daughter, Zina Presendia Card, helped found Cardston, Alberta. And her daughter, "little Zina", grew up to marry future church apostle Hugh B. Brown. All four Zinas were influential advocates of women's suffrage, education, and the dignity of women.

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Review: 4 Zinas: A Story of Mothers and Daughters on the Mormon Frontier

User Review  - Jeni - Goodreads

This told me a lot about my heritage (being a descendant of the Zinas) and helped me to understand what they went through and how difficult it was for them living polygamy, crossing the plains, giving ... Read full review

Review: 4 Zinas: A Story of Mothers and Daughters on the Mormon Frontier

User Review  - Shawna - Goodreads

This book can get a little confusing to read if you're just trying to pick it up casually, since of course there are four different Zinas that you are following and it can be a little hard to keep ... Read full review

Contents

Missouri Crucible 183639
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Winter Quarters and Westward 184648
143
First Years in Utah 184850s
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About the author (2000)

Martha Sonntag Bradley is a professor in the College of Architecture and Planning and director of the Honors Program at the University of Utah, where she has received the Distinguished Teaching Award, the Student Choice Award for Excellence in Teaching, the Bennion Center Service Learning Professorship, and the honorary title of "University Professor, 1999-2000." She taught previously in the history department at Brigham Young University, where she received a Teaching Excellence Award. She has served as president of the Mormon History Association and co-editor of Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought. Her many books include Kidnapped from that Land: The Government Raids on the Short Creek Polygamists, Four Zinas: A Story of Mothers and Daughters on the Mormon Frontier, and A History of Kane County.