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|Title||Two Outstanding Features of Book of Mormon History, Part I|
|Publication Type||Magazine Article|
|Year of Publication||1927|
|Authors||Sjodahl, Janne M.|
|Magazine||Relief Society Magazine|
|Date Published||October 1927|
|Keywords||Native Americans; Native Americans - Iroquois; Peace; People of Ammon; Warfare|
Discusses the determination of the people of Ammon not to defend themselves against the Lamanite attack. Some Indian traditions reflect this peaceful approach to war. The united order was practiced among the Nephites after the Savior’s visit. Indian traditions hold to many of the principles of the united order.
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