Beehive history 20
Title:Beehive history 20
Contributor:Evans, Max J.; Layton, Stanford J.; Murphy, Miriam B.
Publisher:Utah State Historical Society
Agency:Utah State Historical Society; State History; Heritage and Arts
Date Published:1994
Pages:32 p.
Description:Beehive History Number 20 contents: "Unity, Victory, Discord -The Struggle to Achieve Woman Suffrage," by Lola Van Wagenen; "Utah's Constitution Was Framed in Salt Lake City and County Building," by John S. McCormick; "Utah's Unique Declaration of Rights," by Miriam B. Murphy; "Delegates from Distant Counties Sacrificed to Attend Convention," by Miriam B. Murphy; "'Well done, thou good and faithful servants': Cache County and Statehood," by Linda Thatcher' "Delegate Charles Nettleton Strevell Recalls the Constitutional Convention", "Louis Laville Coray Worked to Preserve Utah's Constitution."
Type (DCMI):Text
Type (Utah):Newsletter/magazine
Internet Media Type:application/pdf
Topic:History and culture
Subject (LCSH):History--Periodicals; Women's History Month; Women--Suffrage
Place:Utah, United States,, 39.25024, -111.75103
Rights:Copyright © 1994 Utah State Historical Society; Digital image Copyright © 2009, Utah State Historical Society. All Rights Reserved. Permission is granted by the copyright holder to access and download the materials for personal, educational, or non-commercial use only,
Collection:Utah State History Publications; Utah State Publications
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