Category:Book of Mormon/Plants/Flax

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Flax and linen in the Book of Mormon

Parent page: Book of Mormon/Plants

Sorenson: "linen-like cloth made from plants other than flax"

John L. Sorenson:

[The Spaniards] encountered and referred to what they considered "linen" or linen-like cloth made from plants other than flax.[1]

Notes

  1. John L. Sorenson, "Plants and Animals," in John L. Sorenson, "Viva Zapato! Hurray for the Shoe! (Review of "Does the Shoe Fit? A Critique of the Limited Tehuantepec Geography" by Deanne G. Matheny)," FARMS Review of Books 6/1 (1994): 297–361. off-site

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