A Harmony of Voices: Negotiating Latter-day Saint Unity on Women’s Suffrage

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On a snowy April morning in 1895, the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles gathered within the walls of the Salt Lake Temple and unanimously declared themselves committed to women’s suffrage.1 That same day, a large group of Relief Society women gathered … Continued

First to Vote: Utah’s Unique Place in the Suffrage Movement

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February 14, 1870, was election day in Salt Lake City. Citizens might have gathered with more than the usual excitement that day to cast their ballots because this was the first election in which Utah women citizens could vote. Seraph … Continued

The Office of Church Recorder: A Conversation with Elder Steven E. Snow

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Elder Steven E. Snow served as the Church Historian and Recorder of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints from August 1, 2012, to July 31, 2019. During this time, he oversaw significant developments in the work of Church … Continued