Voices from the Dust: New Insights Into Ancient America : a Comparative Evaluation of Early Spanish and Portuguese Chronicles, Archaeology and Art History, the Book of Mormon
Historical Publications, 2005 - 599 pages
"A comparative evaluation of early Spanish and Portuguese chronicles, sixteenth and seventeenth century New World conquistadores and colonizers, the Book of Mormon, and Latin American archaeology and art history"--Provided by publisher.
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Origin Theories of the Indians
Introduction to the Chronicles
Overview of New World Discoveries
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