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TitleBook of Mormon Evidences
Publication TypeMagazine Article
Year of Publication1954
AuthorsHunter, Milton R.
MagazineImprovement Era
Issue Number12
Pagination912-914, 916, 918
Date PublishedDecember 1954
KeywordsAncient America - Mesoamerica; Annals of the Cakchiquels; Archaeology; de Las Casas, Bartholome; Native Americans - Maya; Native Americans - Olmec; Native Americans - Toltec; Popol Vuh; Quetzalcoatl; Title of the Lords of Totonicapan; Works of Ixtlilxochitl

Vast amounts of marvelous evidences for the Book of Mormon have accumulated. Archaeological evidences include the many discoveries in the Americas—La Venta, Izapa stone, Quetzalcoatl, bearded-men statues, Egyptian type burials, arts, metals, and textiles. The writings of sixteenth-century Native American historians, such as the Totonicapan, Popol Vuh, Annals of the Cakchiquels, and the Works of Ixtlilxochitl, and the writings of the sixteenth-century Catholic priests Bernardino de Sahagun, Bishop Bartholome de Las Casas, Diego de Landa, and Juan de Torquemad present correlations and correspondences to the Book of Mormon.