Augusta Joyce Crocheron

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Augusta Joyce Crocheron (1844–1915) was an early Latter-day Saint pioneer and writer. She was two years old when her family arrived in San Francisco on the Brooklyn. In 1867 her parents John and Caroline Joyce settled in Utah Territory, and in 1870 she became a plural wife of George W. Crocheron with whom she had three sons and two daughters.[1]



  • Wild Flowers of Deseret (1881)

For children

  • The Children’s Book (1890)


  • Representative Women of Deseret (1884)

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