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Fanny Stenhouse married her husband, T. B. H. Stenhouse, in England and arrived in Utah in 1857. Stenhouse was a missionary and elder of the Mormon Church and a polygamist. Fanny's book was a sensational expose of Mormonism and a criticism of the institution of multiple marriage.

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  • Jonna
  • 2020-09-29

shocking to the soul

Let me introduce myself. I come from Mormon pioneer stock, born and raised in the gospel, loving my prophet, living all the commandments, temple active.... until all my studies of my youth shouted the discrepancies of the newer teachings. The temple was never a true comfort to me and I always felt that polygamy was a true Mormon way, something modern Mormons did not live but also did not seem to truly realize it was their eternal future, that forever family photo hanging on the living room wall is not what their forever family is going to be. I always said I was glad I didn't live in Brigham's years or I'd have killed myself or fled the religion as I have always thought of him as a jerk prophet. I removed my name from the LDS Church 3 years ago in 2017. Reading this book shocked me to the core. I had no idea just how awful it was for my sweet ancestors. I'm so glad I broke the chain in this family. it seems the Mormon Church was rooted in lies and continues to this day with the main leaders continuing to lie to the minions. It's disgusting! I feel for all those stuck in a cult.

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