The Record of Alma: A Prophetic Pattern of the Principles Governing Testimony
Mormon Studies, immigration, New York
The New York origins of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints have received respectable attention.1 However, historical aspects of the LDS immigration experience through New York, particularly New York City beginning in the early 1840s, have been largely overlooked.2 This study provides an overview of the assistance provided by agents of The Church of Jesus Christ to Mormon immigrants who passed through New York on their journey to the West. 3
Original Publication Citation
Fred E. Woods, “The Record of Alma: A Prophetic Pattern of the Principles Governing Testimony,” The Book of Mormon: Alma, The Testimony of the Word, Monte S. Nyman and Charles D. Tate, Jr., eds. (Provo, Utah: Religious Studies Center, Brigham Young University, 1992), 305–20.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Woods, Fred, "The Record of Alma: A Prophetic Pattern of the Principles Governing Testimony" (1992). Faculty Publications. 5643.
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