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The Unlikely Daniel Webster Jones: First Spanish Translations from the Book of Mormon
|Title||The Unlikely Daniel Webster Jones: First Spanish Translations from the Book of Mormon|
|Publication Type||Magazine Article|
|Year of Publication||1981|
|Date Published||August 1981|
|Keywords||Conversion; Foreign Language Translation; Language - Spanish; Testimony|
Daniel Webster Jones went with a company of men from Missouri to fight in the war with Mexico. He was taken to Provo to recuperate from a gun accident and was introduced to the Book of Mormon. He was the first to translate portions of the book into Spanish with Mileton G. Trejo.
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The Unlikely Daniel Webster Jones: First Spanish Translations from the Book of Mormon." Ensign 11, no. 8 (1981): 50-52. "
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