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Indian Traditions of the Book of Mormon
|Title||Indian Traditions of the Book of Mormon|
|Publication Type||Magazine Article|
|Year of Publication||1931|
|Authors||McGavin, E. Cecil|
|Date Published||August 1931|
|Keywords||Native Americans; Recordkeeping|
Traditions of the Indians tell of “a book” that their forefathers once possessed. It was taken from them, buried, and promised that it would come forth at a later time. Accounts from letters and journals of early missionaries of the Church as well as scholars of ancient Indians tell of these traditions.
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