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The Gospel Goes to the Lamanites
|Title||The Gospel Goes to the Lamanites|
|Publication Type||Magazine Article|
|Year of Publication||1938|
|Authors||Green, Vaughn, and Carl H. Jacob|
|Pagination||26–27, 44, 54|
|Date Published||January 1938|
|Keywords||Conversion; Missionary Work; Native Americans|
This article shows examples of how the missionaries are carrying the gospel to the Indian, Mexican, and Spanish-American people. The Book of Mormon is a great converter because it tells of their ancestry and the beginning of their race.
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