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History

 

History of Young Womens-Brigham Young's DaughterIn November 1869, Brigham Young held a meeting with his daughters in the parlor of the Lion House asking them to lead in a retrenchment from the things of the world. He asked them to gain living testimonies and to dress and act with a modest demeanor. This initial meeting evolved into what became the first Young Ladies’ Department of the Ladies’ Cooperative Retrenchment Association in 1870, which was renamed the Young Ladies' Mutual Improvement Association in 1877.  In 1880, Elmina Shepard Taylor became the first official general president of the organization.

 

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