Laban has record of Jews and genealogy of fathers engraven on brass plates, 1 Ne. 3:3, 12 (19:2).
sons of Lehi1 obtain brass plates, 1 Ne. 3:9–4:38.
law is engraven upon brass plates, 1 Ne. 4:16.
Nephi1 to carry engravings on brass plates to brothers, 1 Ne. 4:24.
brass plates contain five books of Moses, history of Jews to reign of Zedekiah1, genealogy, 1 Ne. 5:10–16 (19:23; Omni 1:14; Alma 37:3).
brass plates to go to every people of seed of Lehi1, 1 Ne. 5:18.
brass plates should never perish, 1 Ne. 5:19.
ye have forgotten what great things the Lord hath done that we should obtain record, 1 Ne. 7:11.
Bible is like engravings on brass plates, 1 Ne. 13:23.
Nephi1 reads many scriptures engraven on brass plates, 1 Ne. 19:21–22.
Nephi1 reads writings of Isaiah1 from brass plates, 1 Ne. 19:22–22:1.
writings on brass plates testify man must be obedient, 1 Ne. 22:30.
prophecies of Joseph1 are written on brass plates, 2 Ne. 4:2.
Nephi1 engraves scriptures from brass plates on his plates, 2 Ne. 4:14–15.
Nephi1 takes records engraven on brass plates with him, 2 Ne. 5:12 (Mosiah 10:16).
Zarahemla rejoices because of brass plates, Omni 1:14.
Lehi1 could not have taught his children all these things without brass plates, Mosiah 1:3–4.
engravings on brass plates are in Egyptian, Mosiah 1:4.
Benjamin gives brass plates to Mosiah2, Mosiah 1:16.
Mosiah2 gives Alma2 records engraven on brass plates, Mosiah 28:11, 20.
Alma2 gives brass plates to Helaman2, Alma 37:1–3.
engravings on brass plates are records of holy scriptures, Alma 37:3.
Nephi2 gives brass plates to son Nephi3, 3 Ne. 1:2.
prophecy of Jacob1 concerning seed of Joseph1 is on brass plates, 3 Ne. 10:17.