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The Woman's Exponent
: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints,

Genre:   Periodical
This important organ for women's issues in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries featured much literary content. Founded in 1872 by Louisa Lula Greene, The Woman's Exponent was said to have been the first "permanent" woman's magazine west of the Mississippi and second in the nation after the Boston Woman's Journal (see this article by Leonard Arrington). Greene's successor as editor was the famous Emmeline B. Wells, who edited the journal for more than 40 years. The Woman's Exponent was discontinued in 1914, but has been revived in the twentieth century as Exponent II, an independent periodical for Mormon women and women's issues. See the overview of the original periodical by Sherilyn Cox listed below.

Dates Spanned in work:

HBLL Call No: Spec. Coll. M205.1 W84
This publication includes:
Woman's Sphere by Lu Dalton
2 (December 15, 1873): 106
Green Street by Josephine Spencer
21 (December 1892): 81
Woman by Lu Dalton
21 (January 15, 1893): 107
A Mother's Prayer by Nina Eckart
27 (April 1, 1899): 123
Hour by Josephine Spencer
28 (June 1899): 1
Our Beloved Mother Zina D. H. Young by Ruth May Fox
30 (October 1901): 35
To Aunt Em by Josephine Spencer
35 (February 1907): 51
To Aunt Em by Josephine Spencer
36 (February 1908): 51
Spencer Tree by Josephine Spencer
37 (October 1908): 17

Reviewed In:
The Woman's Exponent: Forty-two Years of Speaking for Women by Sherilyn Cox Bennion

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