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The Women of the Everlasting Covenant
|The Women of the Everlasting Covenant
|Year of Publication
|Whitney, Orson F.
|Why We Practice Plural Marriage
|Juvenile Instructor Office
|Salt Lake City
|Motherhood; New and Everlasting Covenant; Poetry; Womenhood
A poem written by Elder Orson F. Whitney while on his first mission to Ohio in 1877. It was dedicated to his mother, "Whose life and character are faithful exponents of the principles herein portrayed, and to all mothers in Israel whose lives show equal virtue and integrity, this poem is affectionately dedicated."
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