Studies in Mormon History

Results 1–15 of 15 for: subjects:"Women, economics"
Title Authors Publication Date Publication Type Cited By Count Citation Count
The Economic Role of Pioneer Mormon Women Arrington, Leonard J. 1955 Journal Article 30
Blessed Damozels : Women in Mormon History Arrington, Leonard J. 1971 Journal Article 19 7
Women Alone : The Economic and Emotional Plight of Early LDS Women Thatcher, Linda 1992 Journal Article 6
Mormon Women and the Right to Wage Work Evans, Vella Neil 1990 Journal Article 5 7
Mite to Bishop: RLDS Women's Financial Relationship to the Church Struble, Patricia 1986 Journal Article 4 2
Cottage Industries of LDS Women During the Early Period of the Church (1836-1890) Peterson, Karen W. 1988 Dissertation 2
Master or Slave : The Economic Role of Mormon Polygamous Wives Embry, Jessie L. 1982 Book Chapter 2
Women in the Work Force from Statehood to World War II Murphy, Miriam B. 1982 Journal Article 1 4
"In Union is Strength" : Mormon Women and Cooperation, 1867-1900 Haggard, Kathleen C. 1998 Dissertation 1
The Socioeconomic Status of Women in Utah : Creating a Framework for Women's Rights Advocacy Rinaldi, Eva 2011 Dissertation
Strange Bedfellows : How New Domesticity Brings Together Liberals and Conservatives, Atheists and Evangelicals, Mormon Moms and Radical Queers, the Rural Poor and the Urban Rich Matchar, Emily 2013 Book Chapter
"In Union is Strength" : Mormon Women and Cooperation, 1867-1900 Haggard, Kathleen C. 1998 Dissertation
Mormon Accumulation : The Domestic Mode of Production, and Women's Labor in Nineteenth-Century Utah Stanley, Kathleen P. 1984 Dissertation
Religious Group Variation in the Socio-economic Status and Family Behavior of Women Cornwall, Marie, Heaton, Tim B. 1989 Journal Article
Early Business and Professional Women Carter, Kate B. 1952 Journal Article
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