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|Title||Domestic Life Among the Nephites|
|Publication Type||Magazine Article|
|Year of Publication||1918|
|Secondary Authors||Gates, Susa Young|
|Magazine||Relief Society Magazine|
|Date Published||February 1918|
|Keywords||Domestic Life; Housing; Womenhood|
Nephite women were descendants of Hebrew women, who had to adapt to a semi-tropical climate. The architecture of their homes was perhaps related to the Hebrew custom of hollow squares, flat roofs, and a courtyard in the center. While home life was simple and pleasant, the women were industrious.
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