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Brittany Chapman Nash

Brittany Chapman Nash is a specialist in Latter-day Saint women's history and recently authored Let's Talk About Polygamy published by Deseret Book. She coedited the award-winning four-volume Women of Faith in the Latter Days series and Fearless in the Cause: Remarkable Stories of Women in Church History. She holds a bachelor's degree in Humanities from Brigham Young University and a master's degree in Victorian Studies from the University of Leicester. Brittany worked as a historian for ten years in the Church History Department of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Brittany lives with her husband, Peter, and their two young children in Salt Lake City, Utah, where she now enjoys working at home with her little ones. She loves learning people’s stories, helping plants to grow, and watching cooking shows with her husband.

November 14, 2017 10:05 PM MST
The Women of Faith in the Latter Days series gives voice to generations of Latter-day Saint women belonging to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Its purpose is to let women speak for themselves and tell their own stories in authentic ways, using original sources when possible. It diverges from traditional histories by bringing forward stories of little-known women from a wide variety of backgrounds.[1] Here are just three inspiring stories about some of the women you'll find in the new book Women of Faith in the Latter Days: Volume 4: 1871-1900.
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