American Mormon leader and poet

Eliza Roxey Snow Smith (January 21, 1804 - December 05, 1887)
Eliza Roxey Snow Smith (January 21, 1804 - December 05, 1887)
Eliza Roxey Snow Smith, nee Eliza Roxey Snow, (born Jan. 21, 1804, Becket, Mass., U.S.--died Dec. 5, 1887, Salt Lake City, Utah [U.S.]), American Mormon leader and poet, a major figure in defining the role of Mormon women through her work in numerous church organizations.Eliza Snow grew up from the age of two in Mantua, Ohio. Her family was deeply religious and in the 1820s joined the Campbellite sect of "reformed Baptists." Mormon proselytizers went to their region of Ohio about 1830, and in 1831 Joseph Smith, the founder of Mormonism, called at the Snow home. In 1835 Eliza Snow and her mother joined..
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