Silk and Linen in the Book of Mormon

Title

Silk and Linen in the Book of Mormon

Magazine

Ensign

Publication Type

Magazine Article

Year of Publication

1992

Authors

Number of Pages

62

Date Published

April 1992

Volume

22

Issue Number

4

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Bibliographic Citation

Sorenson, John L. "Silk and Linen in the Book of Mormon", Ensign, Vol. 22. no. 4 1992.

Abstract

Excerpt from Sorenson’s An Ancient American Setting for the Book of Mormon giving archaeological support for the mention of silk and linen in the Book of Mormon. Native American plants and fibers were used to make cloth similar to silk from the Far East and European linen.

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