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Laman Found, Chapter I
|Laman Found, Chapter I
|Year of Publication
|Crowley, Ariel L.
|Ancient America – Baja Peninsula; Ancient America – Mesoamerica; Laman (Son of Lehi); Onomastics; Transliteration
Citing early Spanish writers and historians, the author demonstrates that the name “Laman” existed among the Indians at least as early as the time of Columbus’ discovery of America. The first part introduces the author's argument.
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