May, Dean L.
People on the Mormon Frontier : Kanab's Families of 1874
Journal of Family History
Kanab, Utah, a small agricultural community along the Mormon frontier, had a more normal sex-age distribution than was typical for frontier towns but shared with other frontier towns a high rate of population turnover. Discusses how to handle polygamous families and their complex household organization and the distribution of property among members in the Kanab United Order.
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Doing the Works of Abraham : Mormon Polygamy―Its Origin, Practice, and Demise
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That "Same Old Question of Polygamy and Polygamous Living" : Some Recent Findings Regarding Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Mormon Polygamy
The Incidence of Mormon Polygamy in 1880 : 'Dixie' versus Davis Stake
The Making of Saints : The Mormon Town as a Setting for the Study of Cultural Change
The Mormon Passage of George D. Watt : First British Convert, Scribe for Zion
Utah Writ Small : Challenge and Change in Kane County's Past
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