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us: Snow, Eliza R. (Eliza Roxey), 1804-1887

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    • us: Aunt Eliza, 1804-1887
    • us: E. R. S. (Eliza Roxey Snow), 1804-1887
    • us: ERS (Eliza Roxey Snow), 1804-1887
    • us: Roxcy Snow, Eliza, 1804-1887
    • us: Roxey Snow, Eliza, 1804-1887
    • us: Sister Snow, 1804-1887
    • us: Smith, Eliza Roxey Snow, 1804-1887
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    • E. R. S. (Eliza Roxey Snow), 1804-1887
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    • found: Her Song for the Fourth of July, 1862: t.p. (E.R.S.)
    • found: Info. from Curator, Western Americana Collection, Princeton University, 6-1-88 (E.R.S. stands for Eliza Roxey Snow, 1804-1887)
    • found: NUC pre-56 (Smith, Mrs. Eliza Roxey (Snow), 1804-1887)
    • found: Her The personal writings of Eliza Roxcy Snow, 1804-1887, 1995: CIP t.p. (Eliza Roxcy Snow)
    • found: RLIN, 2/18/98 (usage: Eliza R. Snow; Eliza R. Snow Smith; Eliza Roxey Snow; E.R. Snow Smith; E.R.S; E.R.S.S)
    • found: Encycl. of Mormonism, 1992: (Snow, Eliza R.; b. 1804; d. 1887) page 1647 (Snow, Eliza R. (Roxcy, most often spelled Roxey); b. Jan 21, 1804, Becket, Massachusetts; d. Dec 5, 1887, Salt Lake City, Utah; writer, poet; General President, Relief Society, 1866-Dec 5, 1887) page 1364-1366 (Snow, Eliza R., known as "Zion's poetess"; 1867 assignment to organize Relief Societies throughout the world; invoved with the Young Ladies Mutual Improvement Association and Primary Association; born in Becket, Massachusetts on January 21, 1804; raised in Mantua, Portage County, Ohio; joined The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in 1835 and moved to Kirtland; taught school in Kirtland; moved to Adam-Ondi-Ahman, Missouri for 9 months; moved to Quincy, Illinois; moved to Nauvoo, Ilinois to teach school; drafted bylaws and was secretary of the Relief Society when it was organized in 1842; moved to Winter Quarters, Nebraska; arrived in the Salt Lake Valley on October 9, 1847; served on board of Deseret Hospital; advisory board of the Woman's Exponent, semimonthly newspaper for Mormon women; authored book called the Women of Mormondom; knows as Sister Snow and Aunt Eliza)
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    • PS2885.S22
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    • 1988-06-14: new
    • 2013-01-24: revised
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