American religious leader and feminist

Emmeline Blanche Woodward Wells (February 29, 1828 - April 25, 1921)
Emmeline Blanche Woodward Wells (February 29, 1828 - April 25, 1921)
Emmeline Blanche Woodward Wells, nee Emmeline Blanche Woodward, (born Feb. 29, 1828, Petersham, Mass., U.S.--died April 25, 1921, Salt Lake City, Utah), American religious leader and feminist who made use of her editorship of the Mormon publication Woman's Exponent to campaign energetically for woman suffrage.Emmeline Woodward followed her widowed mother in converting to Mormonism in 1842. She moved with her first husband to the Mormon settlement of Nauvoo, Illinois, in 1844. He deserted her in 1845, and later that year she became one of the wives of Newel K. Whitney, presiding bishop of..
Check the price
for your project
we accept
Money back
guarantee
100% quality
Plagiarism free writing service