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The Western Standard
|Title||The Western Standard|
|Publication Type||Magazine Article|
|Year of Publication||1959|
|Authors||Newquist, Jerreld L.|
|Pagination||238–239, 274, 276, 278, 280, 282|
|Date Published||April 1959|
|Keywords||Foreign Language Translation; Hawaii; Missionary Work; Translation|
This article discusses how George Q. Cannon, who established The Western Standard newspaper for the purpose of publishing items of interest to Latter-day Saints, published the Book of Mormon in the Hawaiian language, which received a great deal of opposition from members of the Church in San Francisco.
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