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The Polygamous Wives Writing ClubA must read for Mormons I was surprised to earn how controversial polygamy was among members even when it was being practiced by the church Any inkling of an idea I have ever had about polygamy having some benefits is gone What a terrible way to The Trouble with Valentines live A book to own Ioved reading this Book I Learned About The I jlo Journal learned about the of polygamy in the 19th century mormon culture and saw the very human reaction various women had to the experience I grew and was uplifted from reading of their experiences and seeing similar conflicts and struggles in my own modernife A wonderful read I had to dock a star only because as others stated in their reviews I agree that we should have been given One Night...Twin consequences (The Monticello Baby Miracles larger blocks of direct text from the diariesautobiographies or ateast some appendices of excerpts I also found myself keeping track of the various women with pen and paper because there was a bit of jumping around but I enjoy doing that I have no ties to the Mormon church so for me there was no personal connection to the stories but it served as a phenomenally engaging glimpse into the worlds of those women This book shows the practice of early polygamy for what it was a complex system that had One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic little governance and proved beneficial for some heartbreaking for others and difficult for all It made me want to research multiple diaries from the same families and anythingeft behind by the husbands as well Highly recommend this book for anyone interested in marriage history Paula Kelly Harline has done something remarkable with The Polygamous Wives Writing Club She has brought polygamy a topic that few in the modern Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints are truly knowledgeable about or comfortable discussing in from the safe distance provided by keeping it in realm of the theoretical and theological and grounded it firmly in reality warts and allIn all Mormon participation in polygamous marriage averaged between 25 and 30 percent if men women and children in polygamous families are counted and an average of three in every ten Mormon women became polygamous wives That is not a small portion of our forebears and they deserve to have their stories told the good the bad the ugly and everything in betweenUsing the diaries and autobiographies of twenty nine Mormon pioneer women who The Routledge Handbook of Spanish in the Global City lived polygamy in theate 1800s and early 1900s in Utah Harline has provided an intimate The Holy Grail look at whativing polygamy really meant for regular Mormon women not the famous ones or the ones married to Church British Jihadism leaders but those down in the trenches from St George to Smithfield In each chapter she introduces two or three women often from the same area whoseives parallel each others in numerous ways highlighting the similarities and accentuating the differences in families that Virgin Widow lived a polygamousifestyleThis provides an incredibly nuanced view of the complicated response of many women to polygamy Simply put in the words of one I believed that the principle of plural marriage was from God but it was still hard it nearly killed me I m giving this book four stars because I think it is a great source for creating awareness of early Mormon polygamists as opposed to break off fundamentalist groups which are sadly under represented This author has obviously done a TON of research on the subject and I are sadly under represented This author has obviously done a TON of research on the subject and I th Interesting glimpse into their world Her bias against the practice is apparent but not so much to detract the practice is apparent but not so much to detract the bookIt would have been good to compare the sufferings of the polygamist to the monogamists of the same peri. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints renounced the practice of plural marriage in 1890 In the mid to Wife in Exchange late nineteenth century however the heyday of Mormon polygamy as many as three out of every ten Mormon women became polygamous wives Paula Kelly Harline delves deep into the diaries and autobiographies of twenty nine such women providing a rare window into theives they ed and revealing their views and experiences of polygamy including their we. Od and culture Most of the MORMON PIONEERS HAD SUFFERED MUCH IN pioneers had suffered much in way of poverty and deprivationsAlso her conclusions about what was Night And Day left out of the diaries seems a bit of aogical Tennessee Takedown / Ravens Hollow leap All of the people of the era especially 1870 s and 1880 s were terrified of the federal marshals and prosecutors Wives were forced to testify against husbands which was illegal No doubt they were concerned that their diary entries could and would be used by the government to throw their husbands in prisonBut all in all I enjoyed this book This book was fascinating Having polygamous ancestry in both my husband s and my familyines this topic was interesting to me What I The Cowboy Takes a Bride (The Bridal Bid loved about it was that the bulk of the material came from primary sources woven together in ayrical narrative which Michaels Discovery (The Devaneys let the reader draw hisher own conclusions about the practice The book follows a set of criteria in that the material used was from women who were not married to prominent churcheaders and ived in Utah rather than during the era of Nauvoo It also follows polygamy chronologically from the ate 1840s to the 1890s from the height of its popularity to the It also follows polygamy chronologically from the Life Changing Smiles late 1840s to the 1890s from the height of its popularity to the era and what happened afterward All in all I was disabused of some of my assumptions about polygamly and I gained a much clearer picture of what it really wasike It has given me the impetus to ook and see what writings I may be able to find from my own grandmothers about their ives Great use of primary sources to illuminate the ordinary Only a Whisper lives of women This book is definitely academic and suffers from aittle of that dryness but on the whole is enjoyable The diaries and autobiographies uoted here are of women Copper Lake Secrets living polygamy in the Mormon communities from the mid 1800s through the federal crackdown statehood and to the end of theirives Most of the women have ambivalence about their situation They want to follow God and are convinced that polygamy is God s will and therefore endure But only one of the 29 women uoted experienced polygamy as positive This accords with the Biblical record It always intrigues me when people endorse polygamy because it appears in the Bible It does appear and everywhere it appears family rivalries mistreatment of women by men and by each other and half sibling conflicts follow inevitably No one seriously argues for sibling slaying because the story of Cain and Abel is in the Bible arguing for polygamy on the basis of the story of the wives of Israel or of Sarah and Hagar seems eually indefensible But I digress This is a collection of mini biographies of 29 women in 19th century Utah The author chose polygamous wives who were not connected to the eadership in Salt Lake It gives a broader picture of what the run of the mill experience without being an elite would have beenAnd how was it Lonely Always onely And hard Nellie Parkinson wrote that it nearly killed me Since the Church urged it and the family all approved there was nothing to do but make the best of it But for the trial of polygamy Men Are Like Waffles--Women Are Like Spaghetti Devotional Study Guide life would have been very good I see ofate years how foolish I was I could not escape it so should not have grievedMany women publicly defended it while privately Plain Jane The Hotshot lamenting andoathing it Some found solace and support with their sister wives while others found acrimony Others described their husband s wives with a deafening silence hardly giving them even a nameThe journals were always straight forward and blunt about the hardship while the autobiographies dictated at the end of their ife smo This was well researched and ha. Ll founded belief that their domestic contributions would help to build a foundation for generations of future Mormons Polygamous wives were participants in a controversial and very public religious practice that violated most nineteenth century social and religious rules of a monogamous America Harline considers the uestions Were these women content with their sacrifice Did the benefits of polygamous marriage for the Mormons outweigh the human toll it reu. ,

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D excellent photographs of most of the subjects too both the wives and husbands But I was disappointed in the omission of original tracts of those diaries in Blackmailed Into the Italians Bed length From the beginning and introduction especially that seemed to be the stated assumption that they would be included But as much information and thorough history as this author reveals it is always within her own contrast and comparison style and detailing with only brief uotes from the diaries I d rather the entire tracts of original survey to see why she gleamed what she did in my own sense of context The stories of so many people within the 50 year time frame of theast
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of the 19th Century was times a bit confusing But by putting those detail maps in every chapter it became informative to the distances and placements of all these families That was excellent The stories themselves as needy and tragic as they were in great part are not that different from monogamous marriage in similar pioneer Girls Night Out locale and era IMHO So much povertyack of social interchange child death spousal death and terrible medical help andor food supplies all tripled by physical suffering and Bound To Ransom (Bound Series Book 2) loneliness was the usual monogamous marriage story as wellBut the idea that sister wives mostly helped each other and were aides in this vast and harsh environment to avoid these negatives is also IMHO a complete fairy tale that is demonstrated here Many of these women were taking this particular marriage choice from maybe 5 possible routes for their futures In the viewpoint of a modern era all five to our way of fulfillment and ideas of romanticove would be considered bad to horrid Because being a spinster a deserted or survivor female or even a solitary successful business or servicetrade worker was nearly impossible for any thriving in this era s culture and economics And not only out West Many of THESE WOMEN COME FROM OTHER FAILED women come from other failed Into the Wild (The McGraws, less in possible pathway to solitary survival economic systems Or from systems where the female had no rights of ownership or independent autonomy at all Here they could own and had deedThis book details these women sives to great minutia of origin Orbital Velocity (Stony Man, livingocations stats of births if available and death dates It also clearly relates their religious or Mormon context to a mission goal or purpose For some that was essential and not for othersWhat comes across the most after the read is over to me Is that the economic avenue that is so continually heralded as a base foundation for polygamy failed in a great percentage of these marriages Also that all wives were absolutely not eual at all in their husband s eyes or pocketbook In fact completely the opposite Also that as much as it populated the Cowboy Swagger (Sons of Troy Ledger, land for purpose and successful sustenance it had another prime result That result being a firm control by males for both the spiritual and the corporal outcomes At the end of the book the author investigates and tells of her own family s ancestral place and pattern in this geographic historical contextIt was an interesting book but I d have rather read tracts of diary even if hardlyiterate to proper English The present pattern of modern urban serial monogamy has very similar tales of conflict grief child displacement economic collapse and worse personal abuse So I m surprised that some reviewers put such severe judgments on these Mormon polygamous failures and conseuences At Navy Wife (Navy least these groups aided their own and rarely allowed the members to becomeife Running Scared (Heroes for Hire, long dependents with no work orivelihood of action or invention. Ired and the embarrassment it continues to bring Polygamous wives faced daunting challenges not only imposed by the wider society but within the home yet those whose writings Harline explores give voice to far than unhappiness and discontent The personal writings of these women all married to different husbands are the heart of this remarkable book they paint a vivid and sometimes disturbing picture of an all but vanished and still controversial way of Saving All My Lovin lif.