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This Land: Zarahemla and the Nephite Nation

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Unknown Binding, 218 pages
Published March 28th 2002 by Ancient American Archaeology Foundation (first published 2002)
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Darrell
Feb 17, 2010 Darrell rated it did not like it
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Since the authors start with the assumption that the Book of Mormon and everything Joseph Smith said is true, it most decidedly has a Mormon audience in mind. As a non-Mormon, I found the evidence quite weak indeed. However, they do what they set out to do, which is make a compelling case that Joseph Smith and other early Mormons believed the Nephites lived in the northeastern United States, not in Mexico as is popularly assumed amongst Mormons. However, proving that Joseph Smith intended the ...more
Matt
Apr 22, 2010 Matt rated it really liked it
The first book in a series of three, all featuring author Wayne May, this book far surpasses the third volume, "They Came From the East," which I reviewed as poorly written. I'm not sure if the quality of the writing of the work is due to the singular appearance in the series of Edwin Goble, or just better editing, or maybe both.
This book contains a large number of photographs of artifacts bearing a common symbol thought to represent the Savior. The symbol is a series of five cuneiform-like mar
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CynthyB
Sep 03, 2009 CynthyB rated it really liked it
The research and evidence are fascinating. There is some repetition in the writing. Photos and illustrations add a lot. More careful editing would have made it an easier read, but the information is valuable to serious students of Book of Mormon geography.
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