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24 April 1881

Morgan Stake Young Ladies; North Morgan Schoolhouse, Morgan, Utah Territory

Single-story, stone building with belfry; women and children pose in front of the building

North Morgan schoolhouse, Morgan, Utah Territory, circa 1900. (Used by permission, Morgan County Historical Society.)

Sister E R Snow Smith then addressed the Sisters, was much pleased with the improvement made since she last visited us, said we should get spiritual knowle[d]ge before worldly and never neglect our meetings, for any thing,. for where we have the assistance of God we are blessed desired the young sisters to report their home readings, strive to become useful members in society not only in getting accomplishments but in spirituallity also to use caution in regard to whom we associate fit and prepare themselves for good wives and mothers. should take care of our bodies, gave good instructions to the young in general.—Sister E [Emmeline] B Wells [. . .] endorsed all that had been said by Sister Snow. [. . .] [p. 8]

Source Note

Morgan Utah Stake, Young Women’s Mutual Improvement Association Minutes and Records (1879–1970), vol. 1 (1879–1906), p. 8, CHL (LR 5777 17); Flora A. Rich, Secretary.

See also “Visit to Morgan,” Woman’s Exponent 9, no. 23 (1 May 1881): 180.

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