Helaman

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  • Chapters 1-6: The record of Helaman II and his sons Nephi and Lehi.
  • Chapters 13-16: The Prophecy of Samuel the Lamanite to the Nephites.

The relationship of the book of Helaman to the rest of the Book of Mormon is discussed at Book of Mormon: Unities.


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The relationship of Helaman to the rest of the Book of Mormon is discussed at Book of Mormon: Unities.

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The original 1830 edition of Helaman was divided into only five chapters (I-V). For the 1879 edition Parley Pratt further divided those thirteen into the sixteen chapters (1-16) still used today. • I: 1-2 • II: 3-6 • III: 7-10 • IV: 11-12 • V: 13-16


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Helaman


I. The record of Helaman II and his sons Nephi and Lehi (Chapters 1-6)


II. The Prophecy of Nephi (Chapters 7-12)


III. The Prophecy of Samuel the Lamanite to the Nephites (Chapters 13-15, 16)


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  • Book of Mormon, 1830 edition: Helaman

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