Letters of Catharine Cottam Romney, Plural Wife
A compelling autobiography of a Mormon woman is presented in this collection of more than 170 letters written between 1873 and 1917. A plural wife, mother, and colonist, Catharine Cottam Romney wrote from St. George, Utah, and from Mormon settlements in eastern Arizona and northern politics, pioneering, economic struggle, birth, death, health, survival on the 'under-ground, ' loneliness, sisterhood, and motherhood.
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