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Paula Kelly Harline has been teaching college writing for over 20 years at the University of Idaho, Brigham Young University, and Utah Valley University. She has also worked as a free-lance writer and artist. She currently lives with her family in Provo, Utah.
Table of Contents
I Settling Utah Territory: Polygamous Yet Still Monogamous
1 I was perfectly willing...but still it was hard
2 I had admired his conduct on the plains
3 Interlude: Justifying Polygamy
4 It is a heart history
II Making Sense of "Sisterhood": First Wives and Younger Wives
5 the drudge and tail of such women
6 Interlude: Sometimes Sisterhood
7 many nights my pillow would be wet with grief
8 I could not say that I loved the man as lovers love
III Abandoning Polygamy: Weariness
9 word came the marshalls were coming, so I skipped out
10 Interlude: The 1890 Manifesto Transition
11 I grew rebellious
12 I heard a voice say you are away from Mr Chestnut