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Argentina: Additional Information
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Argentina: Additional Information

  • Abrea, Ángel, and Joleen Meredith. “Friend to Friend.” Friend, Mar. 1982, 6–7.

  • Curbelo, Néstor. The History of the Mormons in Argentina, translated by Erin Jennings. Salt Lake City: Greg Kofford Books, 2009.

  • Grover, Mark L. A Land of Promise and Prophecy: Elder Theodore A. Tuttle in South America, 1960–1965. Provo, Utah: Religious Studies Center, Brigham Young University, 2008.

    Grover, Mark L. “The Miracle of the Rose and the Oak in Latin America.” In Susan Easton Black, Randy L. Bott, Dee R. Darling, and Fred E. Woods, eds., Out of Obscurity: The Church in the Twentieth Century. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 2000, 138–50.

  • Hiller, Larry A. “Making Waves in Argentina.” Liahona, Feb. 1995, 10–15.

  • Maki, Elizabeth. “Sacrificing Soccer for Service: Samuel Borén, Pioneer of the Church in Argentina.” Pioneers in Every Land series, Apr. 19, 2012, history.lds.org.

  • Searle, Don L. “Elder Angel Abrea: Prepared for a Life of Service.” Ensign, Oct. 1984, 24–28.

  • Walker, DeAnne. “Facing the Challenge in Argentina.” Liahona, Sept. 1998, 10–15.

  • Williams, Frederick Salem, and Frederick G. Williams. From Acorn to Oak Tree: A Personal History of the Establishment and First Quarter Century Development of the South American Missions. Fullerton, California: Et Cetera Et Cetera Graphics, 1987.