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|Title||Where Are the Hills Ramah and Cumorah?|
|Publication Type||Magazine Article|
|Year of Publication||1940|
|Corporate Authors||Staff, Instructor|
|Date Published||January 1940|
|Keywords||Book of Mormon Geography; Hill Cumorah; Hill Ramah|
In an article published by the Messenger and Advocate in Kirtland, Ohio, July, 1835, a quote attributed to Joseph Smith appeared. It described the Hill Ramah as being about one mile west of the Hill Cumorah (in New York). Between these two hills was the final battleground of both the Nephite and Jaredite nations.
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