Posts Tagged ‘history’

Episode 29: Rhoda Richards

Written by Lindsay Hansen Park on . Posted in year of polygamy

Join Lindsay for the primer series on Mormon Polygamy that will begin with the wives of Joseph Smith and eventually broaden to contemporary strains of the practice today. This episode deals with Rhoda Richards. Links mentioned in this podcast:

Episode 109: It Could Have Been You- Lessons From Mountain Meadows Massacre

Written by Lindsay Hansen Park on . Posted in Uncategorized

In partnership with the Mormon Expression Podcast and Whitefields Education Foundation, Lindsay guest-hosts a podcast for Mormon Expression about the culture of violence surrounding Mormon Meadows Massacre.  Featuring Richard Dutcher, Brian Whitney and Thayne Forbes. This podcast was originally recorded for Mormon Expression but is being shared here.  Check them out and make a donation to their counseling services initiatives at Whitefieldseducational.org.

Episode 09: Mary Elizabeth Rollins Lightner

Written by Lindsay Hansen Park on . Posted in year of polygamy

Join Lindsay for the primer series on Mormon Polygamy that will begin with the wives of Joseph Smith and eventually broaden to contemporary strains of the practice today. This episode deals with Mary Rollins Lightner. [powerpresss] Links mentioned in the podcast:

Episode 03: Louisa Beaman

Written by Lindsay Hansen Park on . Posted in year of polygamy

Image and video hosting by TinyPic Join Lindsay for the primer series on Mormon Polygamy that will begin with the wives of Joseph Smith and eventually broaden to contemporary strains of the practice today. This episode deals with Louisa Beaman.
Links mentioned in this podcast:

Episode 02: Lucinda Morgan Harris

Written by Lindsay Hansen Park on . Posted in year of polygamy

Join Lindsay for the primer series on Mormon Polygamy that will begin with the wives of Joseph Smith and eventually broaden to contemporary stains of the practice today. This episode deals with Joseph’s “second” plural wife, Lucinda Morgan Harris. Links mentioned in this podcast: