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Pansy's history [electronic resource] : the autobiography of Margaret E.P. Gordon, 1866-1966 / transcribed and edited by Claudia L. Bushman.

By: Gordon, Margaret Elizabeth Schutt, 1866-1966.
Contributor(s): Bushman, Claudia L.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Life writings of frontier women: v. 12.Publisher: Logan, Utah : Utah State University Press, c2011Description: 1 online resource (xviii, 326 p.) : ill., maps.ISBN: 9780874217834 (electronic bk.); 0874217830 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Gordon, Margaret Elizabeth Schutt, 1866-1966 | Mormon converts -- United States -- Biography | Gordon, Margaret Elizabeth Schutt, -- 1866-1966 | Gordon, Margaret Elizabeth Schutt | Mormon converts -- Biography | Religion | BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY -- Religious | RELIGION -- Christianity -- Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon)Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Pansy's history.DDC classification: 289.3092 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Part I: The early years -- England, to 1876 -- American, the journey west, August 1876 -- British Columbia, 1876-1879 -- In school at Victoria, 1879-1881 -- Salt Lake City, 1882-1883 -- Henvey's Inlet, 1883-1885 -- My conversion, 1885 -- Part II: The middle years: pioneering in Utah and Canada -- Salt Lake City II, 1885-1889 -- Meadowville, 1889-1892 -- Marriage and motherhood, 1893-1899 -- Stirling, 1899-1906 -- Raymond, 1906-1917 -- Salt Lake City III, 1917-1923 -- Part III: The last years in California, the safe harbor -- California, 1923-1926 -- Genealogy, 1927 (or earlier) to 1937 -- Last words, 1934-1964.
Summary: Margaret "Pansy" Gordon's life covered a remarkable span of years and territory. She lived one century, and the years took her from England to residences in British Columbia, Salt Lake City, and an Ojibway village on Georgian Bay; back to Utah and then Canada to homes at the shore of Bear Lake, on an Alberta farm, and in a prairie town; and to Los Angeles for the last decades of her life. She had gone to British Columbia as the daughter of an Anglican missionary to the Tsimshian Indians. She lived in Los Angeles as a Mormon missionary assigned to work as a genealogist. Her personal j.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Part I: The early years -- England, to 1876 -- American, the journey west, August 1876 -- British Columbia, 1876-1879 -- In school at Victoria, 1879-1881 -- Salt Lake City, 1882-1883 -- Henvey's Inlet, 1883-1885 -- My conversion, 1885 -- Part II: The middle years: pioneering in Utah and Canada -- Salt Lake City II, 1885-1889 -- Meadowville, 1889-1892 -- Marriage and motherhood, 1893-1899 -- Stirling, 1899-1906 -- Raymond, 1906-1917 -- Salt Lake City III, 1917-1923 -- Part III: The last years in California, the safe harbor -- California, 1923-1926 -- Genealogy, 1927 (or earlier) to 1937 -- Last words, 1934-1964.

Margaret "Pansy" Gordon's life covered a remarkable span of years and territory. She lived one century, and the years took her from England to residences in British Columbia, Salt Lake City, and an Ojibway village on Georgian Bay; back to Utah and then Canada to homes at the shore of Bear Lake, on an Alberta farm, and in a prairie town; and to Los Angeles for the last decades of her life. She had gone to British Columbia as the daughter of an Anglican missionary to the Tsimshian Indians. She lived in Los Angeles as a Mormon missionary assigned to work as a genealogist. Her personal j.

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