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|Title||Book of Mormon Women and Their Work|
|Publication Type||Magazine Article|
|Year of Publication||1928|
|Authors||Evans, John Henry|
|Magazine||Relief Society Magazine|
|Date Published||March 1928|
|Keywords||Abish; King Lamoni's Wife; Mothers of the Stripling Warriors; People of Ammon; Sariah; Women; Womenhood|
Women in the Book of Mormon were probably similar to women of all eras, the inspiration behind good men. Book of Mormon women that are referred to by name include Sariah, the wife of Lehi, and Abish, a Lamanite servant to King Lamoni. Women were held in high esteem, possessed great talents, and their work was important.
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