Queer Pioneer history with Princess Kennedy, who highlights Mae West and Joe Redburn. #3QuickPicks on Utah pioneers from Azra Basic at The County Library. More #songsofsummer.
LGBTQ advocate and historian Princess Kennedy talks about Queer Pioneers, from Mae West to the late-Joe Redburn.
#3QuickPicks related to Pioneer Days from Azra Basic at The County Library. All of the following picks are available for check out or download at slcolibrary.org:
- First: The Life and Faith of Emma Smith by Jennifer Reeder: "This book allows each of us to become personally acquainted with Emma Smith as we learn more about her essential work as a leader, a wife and a mother in the early days of the LDS Church."
- This Is the Plate: Utah Food Traditions by Carol Edison: "In a state much influenced by Latter-day Saint history and culture, iconic items like Jell-O salads, funeral potatoes, fry sauce, and the distinctive ‘Utah scone’ have emerged as self-conscious signals of an all-inclusive Utah identity. Scholarly but lively and accessible, this cookbook has something for everyone."
- The LDS Songbook for All Occasions: "This is an anthology of favorite songs with 79 musical selections, including fun camp songs, uplifting children's melodies, patriotic anthems, folk songs, and holiday tunes."
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