Portraits of Mormon Women: Church History for Women (Lesson #2)

Mar 10, 2009 by

We were excited to find these “Centennial Lessons” because they not only give a simple overview of the history of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, but especially because they give a glimpse into the lives of some of our Mormon foremothers. They illustrate some of what our faith has meant to women in the Church throughout its history.

Today, we share Lesson #2 of the Church history lessons that were created in 1930 for the women of the Relief Society by A.G. Pack, who was a missionary in England.

Women featured in this lesson include Lucy Mack Smith, Mary Ann Angell Young, Vilate Murray Kimball, and Mary Fielding Smith.

For lesson #1, see here.

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