Join Lindsay as she tells the story of three women who married a prominent Utah business man, Brigham Young Hampton. Their lives and relationships were forged during the Mormon Reformation. Links or text mentioned or read in this episode:
- David Candland’s The Fireside Visitor
- Connell ODonovan’s work on Dr. Robinson
- Wikipedia’s Mormon Reformation
- Jedediah Grant’s sermon on Hypocrisy
- History of Fort Union in Midvale
- Helen Emily Bone
- Helen Huntley Hampton Clayton (Helen Emily Bone)
- Playing with Shadows: Voices of Dissent in the Mormon West (Kingdom in the West: The Mormons and the American Frontier)
- Olsen, Steven L. “Celebrating Cultural Identity: Pioneer Day in Nineteenth-Century Mormonism.” BYU Studies 36:1 (1996-97):159-177.
- David Candland
- Prostitution, Polygamy, and Power
Tags: Bertha King, Bertha King Hampton Kearney, Brigham Young Hampton, David Candland, Dr. Robinson Murder, Emily Bone Hampton, Emily Huntley Clayton, Mary Jane Robinson Hampton, Mormon Reformation, pioneer day
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