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Life Writings of Frontier Women

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Volumes in this series present the ordinary writing (journals, autobiographies, letters) of women who built their life in Utah as members of the 19th century "pioneer generation" or as women of later generations living on the unique cultural frontier that is Utah.

All proposals for the Life Writings of Frontier Women Series should follow the press submission guidelines, and will be evaluated by the press acquisitions staff and the series editors, as well as outside experts.

Before the Manifesto

The Life Writings of Mary Lois Walker Morris

Exposé of Polygamy

A Lady's Life among the Mormons

Mormon Midwife

The 1846-1888 Diaries of Patty Sessions

No Place to Call Home

The 1807-1857 Life Writings of Caroline Barnes Crosby, Chronicler of Outlying Mormon Communities

Pansy's History

The Autobiography of Margaret E. P. Gordon, 1866–1966

Plural Wife

The Life Story of Mabel Finlayson Allred

Post-Manifesto Polygamy

The 1899-1904 Correspondence of Helen, Owen, and Avery Woodruff

Recollections of Past Days

The Autobiography of Patience Loader Rozsa Archer

The History of Louisa Barnes Pratt

The Autobiography of a Mormon Missionary Widow and Pioneer

Winter Quarters

The 1846-1848 Life Writings of Mary Haskin Parker Richards

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