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Mesoamerica
Andersen, Joe V., and Ted Dee Stoddard. The Prophecies and Promises of 1 Nephi 13:30–31 That Invalidate the Heartland Theory for New World Book of Mormon Geography. Book of Mormon Archaeological Forum, 2016.
Andersen, Joe V.. Book of Mormon Objective Geographic Standard No. 4: The Nature and Location of the Three Defensive "Lines"., 2015.
Andersen, Joe V.. “Land North” and “Land South”: How These Terms Are Always Used in the Book of Mormon., 2015.
Andersen, Joe V.. Three Separate Lands Bountiful: Where Located? What Size? To Which Bountiful Did Christ First Appear?., 2016.
Andersen, Joe V.. Book of Mormon Objective Geographic Standard No. 5: Relationships of Cities of Nephi, Shilom, Shemlon, the Hill North of Shilom, the Narrow Strip of Wilderness, and the Waters of Mormon., 2015.
Andersen, Joe V.. Zarahemla: Its Size and Its Rise and Fall., 2015.
Andersen, Joe V., and Ted Dee Stoddard. Interpreting “Mormon’s Geographical Map” via Alma 22:27–35 and Alma 50:1–36., 2015.
Andersen, Joe V.. Book of Mormon Objective Geographic Standard No. 3: West-Sea Bountiful, Desolation, the Line between Them, and the West Sea., 2016.
Andersen, Joe V.. The Narrow Strip of Wilderness Was Mountainous., 2015.
Andersen, Joe V.. Book of Mormon Objective Geographic Standard No. 1: Relationships among Zarahemla, Minon, Gideon, and River Sidon., 2016.
Andersen, Joe V., and Natasha Smith. The Geography of the Jaredites ., 2011.
Andersen, Joe V.. Joshua Near the Pacific, the Final Key in 'Deciphering the Geography of the Book of Mormon' ., 2012.
Andersen, Joe V.. Book of Mormon Objective Geographic Standard No. 2: Relationships of City Bountiful, Mulek, the East Sea, and Zarahemla., 2015.
Andersen, Joe V.. Nephites among the Epi-Olmec in the Isthmus of Tehuantepec, ca. 100 BC to AD 400., 2015.
Andersen, Joe V.. Response to Jonathan Neville’s Two Books: Moroni’s America: The North American Setting for the Book of Mormon and Letter VII. Book of Mormon Archaeological Foundation, 2016.
Andersen, Joe V.. Three Separate Lands Northward Described in the Book of Mormon., 2012.
Andersen, Joe V.. “Southward”: How It Is Used in the Book of Mormon., 2015.
Geography
Andersen, Joe V.. Zarahemla: Its Size and Its Rise and Fall., 2015.
Andersen, Joe V., and Ted Dee Stoddard. Interpreting “Mormon’s Geographical Map” via Alma 22:27–35 and Alma 50:1–36., 2015.
Andersen, Joe V.. Book of Mormon Objective Geographic Standard No. 3: West-Sea Bountiful, Desolation, the Line between Them, and the West Sea., 2016.
Andersen, Joe V.. The Narrow Strip of Wilderness Was Mountainous., 2015.
Andersen, Joe V.. Book of Mormon Objective Geographic Standard No. 1: Relationships among Zarahemla, Minon, Gideon, and River Sidon., 2016.
Andersen, Joe V., and Ted Dee Stoddard. The “Heartland Model”: The Rest of the Story ., 2015.
Andersen, Joe V., and Natasha Smith. The Geography of the Jaredites ., 2011.
Andersen, Joe V.. Joshua Near the Pacific, the Final Key in 'Deciphering the Geography of the Book of Mormon' ., 2012.
Andersen, Joe V.. Book of Mormon Objective Geographic Standard No. 2: Relationships of City Bountiful, Mulek, the East Sea, and Zarahemla., 2015.
Andersen, Joe V.. Nephites among the Epi-Olmec in the Isthmus of Tehuantepec, ca. 100 BC to AD 400., 2015.
Andersen, Joe V.. Response to Jonathan Neville’s Two Books: Moroni’s America: The North American Setting for the Book of Mormon and Letter VII. Book of Mormon Archaeological Foundation, 2016.
Andersen, Joe V.. Three Separate Lands Northward Described in the Book of Mormon., 2012.
Andersen, Joe V.. “Southward”: How It Is Used in the Book of Mormon., 2015.
Andersen, Joe V., and Ted Dee Stoddard. The Prophecies and Promises of 1 Nephi 13:30–31 That Invalidate the Heartland Theory for New World Book of Mormon Geography. Book of Mormon Archaeological Forum, 2016.
Andersen, Joe V.. Book of Mormon Objective Geographic Standard No. 4: The Nature and Location of the Three Defensive "Lines"., 2015.
Andersen, Joe V.. Isthmus of Tehuantepec: Not the “Narrow Neck of Land”., 2015.
Andersen, Joe V.. “Land North” and “Land South”: How These Terms Are Always Used in the Book of Mormon., 2015.
Andersen, Joe V.. Three Separate Lands Bountiful: Where Located? What Size? To Which Bountiful Did Christ First Appear?., 2016.
Andersen, Joe V.. Book of Mormon Objective Geographic Standard No. 5: Relationships of Cities of Nephi, Shilom, Shemlon, the Hill North of Shilom, the Narrow Strip of Wilderness, and the Waters of Mormon., 2015.
Andersen, Joe V.. "Nearly Surrounded by Water” And the “Small Neck of Land:” An Analysis of What Mormon Meant and What He Did Not Mean., 2015.
Ancient America
Andersen, Joe V.. Book of Mormon Objective Geographic Standard No. 1: Relationships among Zarahemla, Minon, Gideon, and River Sidon., 2016.
Andersen, Joe V., and Ted Dee Stoddard. The “Heartland Model”: The Rest of the Story ., 2015.
Andersen, Joe V., and Natasha Smith. The Geography of the Jaredites ., 2011.
Andersen, Joe V.. Joshua Near the Pacific, the Final Key in 'Deciphering the Geography of the Book of Mormon' ., 2012.
Andersen, Joe V.. Book of Mormon Objective Geographic Standard No. 2: Relationships of City Bountiful, Mulek, the East Sea, and Zarahemla., 2015.
Andersen, Joe V.. Nephites among the Epi-Olmec in the Isthmus of Tehuantepec, ca. 100 BC to AD 400., 2015.
Andersen, Joe V.. Response to Jonathan Neville’s Two Books: Moroni’s America: The North American Setting for the Book of Mormon and Letter VII. Book of Mormon Archaeological Foundation, 2016.
Andersen, Joe V.. Three Separate Lands Northward Described in the Book of Mormon., 2012.
Andersen, Joe V.. “Southward”: How It Is Used in the Book of Mormon., 2015.
Andersen, Joe V.. Book of Mormon Objective Geographic Standard No. 4: The Nature and Location of the Three Defensive "Lines"., 2015.
Andersen, Joe V., and Ted Dee Stoddard. The Prophecies and Promises of 1 Nephi 13:30–31 That Invalidate the Heartland Theory for New World Book of Mormon Geography. Book of Mormon Archaeological Forum, 2016.
Andersen, Joe V.. Isthmus of Tehuantepec: Not the “Narrow Neck of Land”., 2015.
Andersen, Joe V.. “Land North” and “Land South”: How These Terms Are Always Used in the Book of Mormon., 2015.
Andersen, Joe V.. Three Separate Lands Bountiful: Where Located? What Size? To Which Bountiful Did Christ First Appear?., 2016.
Andersen, Joe V.. Book of Mormon Objective Geographic Standard No. 5: Relationships of Cities of Nephi, Shilom, Shemlon, the Hill North of Shilom, the Narrow Strip of Wilderness, and the Waters of Mormon., 2015.
Andersen, Joe V.. "Nearly Surrounded by Water” And the “Small Neck of Land:” An Analysis of What Mormon Meant and What He Did Not Mean., 2015.
Andersen, Joe V.. Zarahemla: Its Size and Its Rise and Fall., 2015.
Andersen, Joe V., and Ted Dee Stoddard. Interpreting “Mormon’s Geographical Map” via Alma 22:27–35 and Alma 50:1–36., 2015.
Andersen, Joe V.. Book of Mormon Objective Geographic Standard No. 3: West-Sea Bountiful, Desolation, the Line between Them, and the West Sea., 2016.
Andersen, Joe V.. The Narrow Strip of Wilderness Was Mountainous., 2015.