The Lost Tribes of the Book of Mormon - The Rest of the Story
Author: Phyllis Carol Olive
In this sequel to the author's best-selling book, The Lost Lands of the Book of Mormon, the reader will discover the numerous similarities between the ancient inhabitants of the eastern United States, known today as the Mound Builders, and the people described in the scriptures.
The various ancient artifacts found the burial customs and the legends which tell of a visit by a Great White God to the western hemisphere all produce convincing evidence that the Book of Mormon drama took place in the eastern woodlands of the United States.
As communities began to emerge along the eastern U.S. seaboard after the arrival of the Pilgrims, numerous artifacts were uncovered. It did not take long to discover that an ancient civilization of highly intelligent, white people once occupied the area many centuries earlier. The similarities between this lost civilization and the peoples of the Book of Mormon are simply overwhelming.
The rest of the story can now be told regarding the journeys and migrations of the Nephites in their final days, and the sojourns of that once-thriving people, the Lamanites.
Print: Black & White
Page Count: 209
Imprint: Cedar Fort Publishing
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