Women of Character: Profiles of 100 Prominent LDS Women

by Mary Jane Woodger, Susan Easton Black

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For generations latter-day prophets have extolled the noble role of womanhood. Leaders often tell of the wonderful contributions that the women in their lives have made both inside and outside the home. From rearing a faithful posterity to demanding and defending rights in the halls of Congress, Latter-day Saint women have been and continue to be a powerful influence for good in shaping the destiny of future generations.

With this book we celebrate noble women in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints with one hundred inspiring biographies of LDS women who have accomplished the extraordinary, leaving an indelible mark on history. These are stories about life, love, and a remarkable determination to do one's best — messages that reveal to the reader that neither happiness nor greatness is found in compromising self, but instead is found in reaching to a higher source. By reaching up, these women have reached out to make a valuable difference.

  • Maude Adams
  • Lindsey Anderson
  • Karen Ashton
  • Maud May Babcock
  • Jenny Oaks Baker
  • Algie Eggertsen Ballif
  • Flora Amussen Benson
  • Jane Johnston Black
  • Edwina Booth
  • Torah Bright
  • Juanita Brooks
  • Angela “Bay” Buchanan
  • Claudia Lauper Bushman
  • Ariel Bybee
  • Cherie Call
  • Beverly Campbell
  • Elaine Cannon
  • Martha Hughes Cannon
  • Erin Chambers
  • Wynetta Willis Martin Clark
  • Martha Jane Coray
  • Virginia Cutler
  • Laraine Day
  • Donna Stringham Dewberry
  • Liriel Domiciano
  • Christine Meaders Durham
  • Mary Ellen Edmunds
  • Kimberly Fletcher
  • Ruth May Fox
  • Mary Field Garner
  • Susa Young Gates
  • Rachel Ivins Grant
  • Shannon Hale
  • Paula Hawkins
  • Drusilla Dorris Hendricks
  • Marjorie Pay Hinckley
  • Alice Merrill Horne
  • Florence Jacobsen
  • Vienna Jacques
  • Jane Elizabeth Manning James
  • Jane Clayson Johnson
  • Lucile Johnson
  • Barbara Barrington Jones
  • Ardeth Greene Kapp
  • Camilla Eyring Kimball
  • Sarah Granger Kimball
  • King Sisters
  • Hannah Tapfield King
  • Gladys Knight
  • Lucy Jane (Jennie) Brimhall Knight
  • Ettie Lee
  • Mary Elizabeth Rollins Lightner
  • Amy Brown Lyman
  • Ann N. Madsen
  • Elizabeth Ann Claridge McCune
  • Emma Ray Riggs McKay
  • Stephenie Meyer
  • Marie Osmond
  • Romania Pratt Penrose
  • Anne Perry
  • Janice Kapp Perry
  • Amme Osborn Poelman
  • Louisa Barnes Pratt
  • Ivy Baker Priest
  • Rose Marie Reid
  • Alice Louise Reynolds
  • Louisa “Lula” Greene Richards
  • Chelsea S. Rippy
  • Louise Yates Robison
  • Aurelia Spencer Rogers
  • Ann Romney
  • Patty Bartlett Sessions
  • Ellis Reynolds Shipp
  • Amanda Barnes Smith
  • Barbara Bradshaw Smith
  • Emma Hale Smith
  • Jessie Evans Smith
  • Lucy Mack Smith
  • Mary Fielding Smith
  • Mary Ellen Smoot
  • Eliza Roxcy Snow
  • Beverley Taylor Sorenson
  • Belle Smith Spafford
  • Anita Stansfield
  • Liz Lemon Swindle
  • Leonora Cannon Taylor
  • Minerva Teichert
  • Emma Lou Thayne
  • Janie Thompson
  • Laurel Thatcher Ulrich
  • Colleen Kay Hutchins Vandeweghe
  • Lilia Wahapaa
  • Olene S. Walker
  • Jennifer Welch-Babidge
  • Emmeline B. Wells
  • Mary Whitmer
  • Elizabeth Ann Whitney
  • Lead Widtsoe
  • Barbara Winder
  • Zina Diantha Huntington Young

About the Authors

Mary Jane Woodger

Dr. Mary Jane Woodger is a professor of Church history and doctrine at Brigham Young University. After obtaining a master of education degree at Utah State University, she received from BYU a doctor of education degree in educational leadership, with a minor in Church history and doctrine. She was honored by Kappa Omicron Nu with the award of Excellence for her dissertation research on the educational ideals of President David O. McKay.

She is the author of several books and has also authored numerous articles on doctrinal, historical, and educational subjects that have appeared in various academic journals and religious publications. Recently, Dr. Woodger received the Best Article of the Year Award from the Utah Historical Society, as well as the Brigham Young University Faculty Women's Association Teaching Award.

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Susan Easton Black

Dr. Susan Easton Black joined the faculty of Brigham Young University in 1978, where she is currently a professor of Church history and doctrine. She is also past associate dean of General Education and Honors and director of Church History in the Religious Studies Center.

The recipient of numerous academic awards, she received the Karl G. Maeser Distinguished Faculty Lecturer Award in 2000, the highest award given a professor on the BYU Provo campus. Dr. Black has authored, edited, and compiled more than 100 books and 250 articles.

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Great book!
By , Submitted on 2015-02-25

This book is great and has so many stories of influential women with diverse backgrounds. Their stories and examples are faith promoting and great reminders of the influence we can have on others.

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