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Maureen Ursenbach Beecher
Beecher has written several studies on the history of Mormon women and has given special attention to the author Eliza R. Snow.

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Also Known As Maureen Beecher Ursenbach; Maureen Ursenbach; Maureen U. Beecher
Career Associate Professor of English and Research Historian with the Joseph Fielding Smith Institute for Church History at Brigham Young University

Works by Maureen Ursenbach Beecher
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Eliza and Her Sisters1991Biography / Memoir
The Eliza Enigma1978Biography / Memoir
Her Honor Judge Durham1978Biography / Memoir
Joseph Smith: One Step CloserBiography / Memoir
Inadvertent Disclosure: Autobiography in the Poetry of Eliza R. Snow1990Criticism
Poetry and the Private Lives: Newspaper Verse on the Mormon Frontier1985Criticism
At the Huntington: The Overland Diaries of Eliza R. Snow1984Criticism
Proceedings of the Association for Mormon Letters1978Criticism
A Thread of Tragedy--But Not the Whole Cloth (a response to Levi Peterson's essay in same issue)1976Criticism
The Personal Writings of Eliza Roxcy Snow1995Diary / Journal Collection
Eliza R. Snow's Nauvoo Journal1975Diary / Journal
Women at Winter Quarters1983History
Riding Herd: A Conversation with Juanita Brooks1974Interview / Panel
Eliza Roxey Snow's Way to Sainthood1984Personal Essay
Birthing1981Personal Essay
Past and Present: Some Thoughts on Being a Mormon Woman1976Personal Essay
Easter Thoughts at ChristmasPersonal Essay
[Review of] Juanita Brooks: Mormon Woman Historian by Levi S. Peterson1989Review
Sysiphus in the West1972Review

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