Nephi1 abridges record of father upon plates he has made, 1 Ne. 1:17 (19:1).
Nephi1 does not include genealogy in this part of his record, 1 Ne. 6:1.
Nephi1 does not make full account of history on these plates so he can write of things of God, 1 Ne. 6:3.
these plates do not contain full account of people, but rather an account of ministry, 1 Ne. 9:2–4 (10:1; 19:3; Jacob 1:1–2).
on plates of ore Nephi1 engraves father’s record, journey in wilderness, father’s prophecies, own prophecies, 1 Ne. 19:1.
upon these plates Nephi1 writes things of his soul and scriptures engraven on brass plates, 2 Ne. 4:15.
Nephi1 is commanded by the Lord to make and engrave many things for profit of his people, 2 Ne. 5:30–32.
Nephi1 instructs Jacob2 to engrave most precious, sacred things on small plates, Jacob 1:1–2, 4.
a 100th part of Nephites’ proceedings cannot be written upon these plates, Jacob 3:13.
plates of Jacob included among small plates, Jacob 3:14.
Jacob2 confers plates upon Enos2, Jacob 7:27.
Jarom writes little because plates are small, Jarom 1:2, 14.
Jarom instructs Omni to write upon plates, Omni 1:1.
Omni delivers plates to Chemish, Omni 1:8–9.
Abinadom writes upon plates, Omni 1:10–11.
Amaleki1 writes upon plates, Omni 1:12–30.
Amaleki1 delivers plates to King Benjamin, Omni 1:25.
plates are full, Omni 1:30.
after abridging large plates to reign of Benjamin, Mormon2 discovers these plates, which contain small account of prophets, W of M 1:3.
small plates contain prophecies of coming of Christ, W of M 1:4.
Mormon2 puts small plates with remainder of his record, W of M 1:6.