Bathsheba W. Bigler Smith autobiography, 1874 PDF
- Smith, Bathsheba W. Bigler, 1822-1910
- Bathsheba W. Bigler Smith autobiography
- 1874 (inclusive)18741874
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- The Bathsheba W. Bigler Smith autobiography describes her conversion to the LDS Church, her life in Missouri and Nauvoo, living arrangements in the Salt Lake Valley, the coming of Johnston's Army, and her husband's death, among other things.
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Special Collections, J. Willard Marriott Library
University of Utah
295 South 1500 East
Salt Lake City, UT
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Bathsheba W. Bigler Smith was born in West Virginia in 1822. She was converted to the LDS Church when she was fifteen. Her family also converted and they moved to Far West, Missouri, then Nauvoo, Illinois, to be with other Latter-day Saints. In Nauvoo, she married George A. Smith, one of the Twelve Apostles under Joseph Smith. In 1846, the family, along with many others, made the trek to the Salt Lake Valley. She served as a counselor and then was president of the Relief Society organization from 1901-1910. Bathsheba W. Bigler Smith died in 1910.
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The Bathsheba W. Bigler Smith autobiography describes her conversion to the LDS Church, her life in Missouri and Nauvoo, living arrangements in the Salt Lake Valley, the coming of Johnston's Army, and her husband's death, among other things.
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Permission to publish material from the Bathsheba W. Bigler Smith autobiography must be obtained from the Special Collections Manuscript Curator.
Initial Citation: Bathsheba W. Bigler Smith autobiography, Ms 267, Box [ ]. Special Collections and Archives. University of Utah, J. Willard Marriott. Salt Lake City, Utah.
Following Citations: Ms 267.
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- Subject Terms :
- Mormon pioneers--Emigration
- Mormon women--Biography
- Utah Expedition, 1857-1858
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