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Life writings of frontier women ; v. 6
Mormon Church.; Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints History 19th century.; Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.; Mormon Church History 19th century.; Whitney, Helen Mar, 1828-1896.; Mormon women Diaries.; BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY Religious.; RELIGION Christianity Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon); Mormon women.; HISTORY United States 19th Century.; Whitney, Helen Mar, 1828-1896 Diaries.
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Life writings of frontier women ; v. 6.
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- Foreword /Maureen Ursenbach Beecher
- Helen Mar Whitney's Family
- 1884: Horace Has Spent a Dreadful Night
- 1885: Oh! How I Feel My Loss
- My Widowhood
- 1886: It Seemed Like a Dream That I Must Awake From
- 1887: I Woke Sobbing Three Times
- 1888: This Valley Is Covered with Thick Fog to Day
- Very Dreary
- 1889: A Beautiful White Coffin Held the Little Lamb & All Pronounced Him Beautiful
- 1890: A "Liberal" Gang of the Scum & Boys Passed Up Our Street
- 1891: E.M. Wells Came to See Us, & the House, at Evening
- Thought It Lovely
- 1892: We've Got to Do Something to Keep Ourselves Out of Debt
- 1893: Mary ... Gone To Chicago ... We Can't Afford to Go to the Saltair
- 1894: They Were the Best & Firmest in the Cause of Truth
- 1895: She ... Proposed to Have All Lay Hands on My Head & Rebuke My Afflictions
- 1896: I Couldnt Talk Right
- After One Word All Was Mudled.