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|Title||The Globe-Trotting Sweet Potato|
|Publication Type||Magazine Article|
|Year of Publication||1975|
|Authors||Daines, Robert H.|
|Date Published||March 1975|
|Keywords||Agriculture; Migration; Polynesia|
The South American sweet potato is cited as one possible proof “of the influence of Lehi’s descendants on the Polynesian culture.” Various theories are listed concerning how the potato arrived on the South Pacific Islands.
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