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One man, many wives, full house

WHEN A GROUP OF SALT LAKE CITY women drew national media coverage in the 1870s for speaking out in support of what they called plural marriage, the idea of polygamy wasn’t the only thing that shocked observers. Some wondered how women who could seem so forward-thinking, women who got the right to vote in Utah decades before suffrage

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