In Search of Cumorah
In Search of Cumorah is one of the most significant books ever to be published on the Book of Mormon. It asserts that the location where the Nephites fought their final battle, the "hill Cumorah," may actually be el Cerro Vigia, a site located near Mexico's Isthmus of Tehuantepec, just inland from the Gulf of Mexico. Using many of the archaeological discoveries made in Mexico during recent decades as its guide, the book presents extensive evidence to support its hypothesis.
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The Mulekites From Cumorah to Zarahemla
Settlement of the Land of Zarahemla
Travel From the Land of Nephi to Zarahemla
A Historical Setting for
The Aftermath of the Battle
Where Was Nephite North?
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