Portraits of Mormon Women: Centennial Lessons — Church History for Women, Lesson #6

Apr 7, 2009 by

Today, we share Lesson #6: Expulsion from Nauvoo. This is another lesson in the series of 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. We chose to share these lessons because they include glimpses into the lives and thoughts of Mormon women throughout our history.

Read past lessons:

Lesson #1

Lesson #2

Lesson #3

Lesson #4.

Lesson #5.

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