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1959

Theses and Dissertations

Women's Studies

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Nellie Nash: (A Pioneer Biography Of Mrs. Ellen Elvira Nash Parkinson Wife Of William Chandler Parkinson), Carma L. Sandberg Jan 1959

Nellie Nash: (A Pioneer Biography Of Mrs. Ellen Elvira Nash Parkinson Wife Of William Chandler Parkinson), Carma L. Sandberg

Theses and Dissertations

In the writings of mankind there are far more biographies of men than of women. In the histories of the lives of Utah's pioneers the biographical accounts of the pioneer men far outnumber those of pioneer women. Few of these men have been successful without the help of a woman, be she wife or mother, or both. This thesis concerns itself with one of these unsung help-mates.
The events of a wife's life are so interwoven with the events of her husband's life that to write about one must necessitate writing about the other. This writing attempts ...


An Evaluation Of The Leadership In The Young Women's Mutual Improvement Association Camping Program In The Stakes Of The Church Of Jesus Christ Of Latter-Day Saints, Deon Johnson Jan 1959

An Evaluation Of The Leadership In The Young Women's Mutual Improvement Association Camping Program In The Stakes Of The Church Of Jesus Christ Of Latter-Day Saints, Deon Johnson

Theses and Dissertations

The purpose of this study was to determine the adequacies of leadership in the Young Women's Mutual Improvement Association camping program in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

The study seemed to suggest the importance of a discussion of and possible answers to the following statements:
1. To determine the recommended camping program as outlined by the YWMIA and to what extent this program was carried out in the stakes of the Church.
2. To determine the recommended standards of leadership of the YWMIA and to what extent these standards were followed.
3. To determine what was ...