Elouise M. Bell

Elouise Bell taught in the Brigham Young University English department for thirty-five years and served as Associate Dean of General and Honors Education. She is the author of Only When I Laugh, editor of Will I Ever Forget This Day? and is a former columnist for network and the Salt Lake Tribune, as well as a contributor to Harvest: Contemporary Mormon Poems. She has been honored for teaching (Karl G. Maeser Award), service (Susa Young Gates and Utah Woman of Achievement awards), and writing (Association for Mormon Letters and Society of Professional Journalists). She now teaches part-time at Coastal Carolina University."

Taking Them Seriously: Mormon Sisters: Women in Early Utah, Claudia L. Bushman, ed.

Articles/Essays – Volume 10, No. 4

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How She Did It: A Good Poor Man’s Wife by Claudia L. Bushman

Articles/Essays – Volume 14, No. 4

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