Title: The Hills of Bern
Author: Zina Kunz Hatch Fuit Cox
Description: No publication date (circa 1978). Blue cloth boards with gilt lettering on front cover and spine. Scuff to top edge of front cover. Interior is clean and unmarked. 203 pages. 10.8 x 8.25 inches.
Autobiography of Zina Kunz Hatch Fuit Cox (1900-1995).
Recounts her early life in Bern, Idaho; missionary service in New York in the Eastern States Mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, late 1920s; activities in Logan, Utah; and teaching school in Weber County, Utah. Includes reflections on polygamy. Also includes mention of her mission president, B. H. Roberts. Contains information on her siblings and other family members, including her husbands, two of whom had preceded her in death.
Zina's father, Christian Kunz, was a Swiss-born polygamist married to Caroline Buehler and Eliza Buehler, who resided in Bern, Idaho in Bear Lake County. Zina graduated from Fielding Academy (Paris, Idaho) and attended Utah State College before moving to Montpelier, Idaho. She went on mission in the 1920s and then relocated to Logan and taught at Pleasant View (Weber County). She married Leonard Hatch in 1932, John Fuit in 1943, and Orville Cox in 1975.
Condition: Near Fine
Jacket Condition: None
Publisher: [published by author]
Place: [Shelley, Idaho]
Keywords: genealogy, Bear Lake, Bear Lake County, Idaho, family history, Kunz, Kunz family, Buhler, Buehler, Buehler family, Mormon, polygamy, LDS, Latter-day Saints,
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