Are the Jaredites An Extinct People?

Title

Are the Jaredites An Extinct People?

Magazine

Improvement Era

Publication Type

Magazine Article

Year of Publication

1902

Authors

Pagination

43-44

Date Published

November 1902

Volume

6

Issue Number

1

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Bibliographic Citation

Ivins, Anthony W. "Are the Jaredites An Extinct People?", Improvement Era, Vol. 6. no. 1 1902:43-44.

Abstract

This article makes an argument for Book of Mormon authenticity with the following arguments:
  • The Mayan and Egyptian hieratic alphabets are similar.
  • The Chiapas claim descent from the “Lord of the Hollow Wood” who was at the tower of Babel.
  • Jared was at the tower and crossed the ocean in “hollow wood” that was tight like a dish.
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Jaredites
Tower of Babel
Authenticity
Pre-Columbian American History
Egyptian Alphabet and Grammar
Book of Mormon Historicity

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