Carol Cornwall Madsen, Provo, Utah: Brigham Young University, 2006, 5.75" x 8.75" Hardover, 512pgs.
Emmeline B. Wells dedicated her working life to advancing women's status and establishing a respected Mormon presence in American Life. In her fifty years as a public figure she: edited the Woman's Exponent, represented Latter-day Saint women in national women's organizations, defended her religion in the halls of congress,and helped mitigate anti-Mormon sentiments. Wells did all of this before becoming LDS Relief Society General President in 1910 at age eighty-two.
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