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THE DIARIES OF CHARLES ORA CARD the Canadian Years 1886-1903

Godfrey, Donald G. & Card, Brigham Y. (editors)

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ISBN 10: 0874804108 / ISBN 13: 9780874804102
Published by University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City, 1993
Used Condition: VG+ Hardcover
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668 pages in excellent condition. Illustrated. Orange hardcovers with black titles on the spine. Bottom corners lightly bumped. Illustrated DJ with yellow/white titles. Spine faded, small chip at one corner, light wear on corners and edges. VG+/VG-. Bookseller Inventory # 214935

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Title: THE DIARIES OF CHARLES ORA CARD the Canadian...

Publisher: University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City

Publication Date: 1993

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:VG+

Dust Jacket Condition: VG-

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Charles Ora Card (1839-1906) was a prominent citizen and religious leader in Cache Valley, Utah Territory, before abruptly migrating to Alberta, Canada, in 1886. There, within the space of sixteen years, Card's dedication and vision left a lasting imprint on the Canadian West by virtue of the settlements, industries, and irrigation agriculture he helped to establish. With the aid of an insightful introduction provided by the editors, The Diaries of Charles Ora Card reveal the life and times of a significant figure on the Canadian and U.S. frontiers.
Fleeing Utah to escape prosecution for polygamy, Card's commitment to that practice also made him a controversial figure in Canada. The diaries begin in 1886 with his own account of his arrest by U.S. marshals for having more than one wife and end in 1902-03 with his retirement to Utah, trying to reconnect with his families and the communities that had changed substantially during his Canadian years. They show the Mormon church during a critical period, provide one of the most significant contemporary descriptions of the colonizing of Alberta, and reflect the life of pioneers as they adapted, developed, and settled two distinct regions of the North American West.

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Brigham Y. Card is professor emeritus, sociology of education, Department of Educational Foundations at the University of Alberta.

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