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Biblical Knowledge in Early America
|Title||Biblical Knowledge in Early America|
|Publication Type||Magazine Article|
|Year of Publication||1950|
|Authors||Jackson, Valton E., and W. Russell Palfreyman|
|Magazine||The Latter-Day Saints' Millennial Star|
|Date Published||May 1950|
|Keywords||Hebraic Indian Theory; Holy Bible; Native Americans; Pre-Columbian American History; Pre-Columbian Contact|
This article quotes exclusively from Dewey Farnsworth’s The Americas before Columbus and the scriptures (Genesis 49:22-26, John 10:16) to show that American Indians are descended from the House of Israel and were acquainted with biblical stories (e.g., House of Noah, Abraham, Jacob) prior to contact with Europeans.
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