This episode originally appeared on Mormonstories.org and is hosted by John Dehlin. Join John, Lindsay, John Hamer, and J. Nelson-Seawright as they discuss LDS.org’s newest essay on polygamy in Kirtland and Nauvoo. Or listen on Mormon Stories here!
Join Lindsay and Kate Kelly as they discuss the Women’s Suffrage movement and how polygamy played and integral role. Links mentioned in this podcast: Photo of Martha Huges Cannon in the Utah State Senate in 1897 Sister-Wives and Suffragists: Polygamy
Join Lindsay as she talks with historian Barbara Jones Brown about polygamy in Mexico around the turn of the century. Links mentioned in this podcast: Join the Mormon History Association! Article in Deseret News, “Remembering a Grand Soul, Lorna
Join Lindsay as she interview genealogist Corey Horward about one of Brigham Young’s most beloved wives, Emmeline Free. Links mentioned in this podcast: Emmeline Free Young Biographical Sketch, by Corey Howard Newspaper article, “Brigham’s Abandoned Pet”
Join Lindsay as she discusses the life of Women’s Exponent writer Lucinda Dalton and the strange case of her posthumous divorce from her polygamist husband. Links mentioned in this podcast: Buy the reading guide here! Sister Saints
Join Lindsay as she interviews Perry Porter about the legislation and laws surrounding Mormon polygamy. Links mentioned in this podcast: Perry’s chronology of polygamy site Dialogue: Politicians, Mormons, Utah, and Statehood Religious duty arguments Article of marriage (Footnotes below
Join Lindsay as she chats with author of The Polygamous Wives Writing Club, Paula Kelly Harline about her book, her opinions on the practice of plural marriage, and the voices of obscure Mormon frontierswomen. Links mentioned in this podcast:
Join Lindsay as she discusses the famous woman married to Brigham Young, dubbed as “Brigham’s Pet,” Amelia Folsom, said to be his favorite wife. Links mentioned in this podcast: The Tyranny of Mormonism: Or An Englishwoman in Utah; an Autobiography