Episode 71: Mormon Women in Prison

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

19th-century female workers in Lowell, Massachusetts were arguably the first to use the term “wage slave”.

Join Lindsay as she interviews scholars Lorie Winder Stromberg and Sarah Barringer Gordon about Mormon women who were imprisoned for practicing polygamy in the 19th Century.     Links and text mentioned and read in this podcast:

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