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Cumorah (/ k ə ˈ m ɔər. ə /;  also known as Mormon Hill,    Gold Bible Hill,   and Inspiration Point)  is a drumlin in Manchester, New York ...
The Hill Cumorah. The Hill Cumorah Visitors Center, Welcome Center at the Joseph Smith Farm, Smith Family Homes, Book of Mormon Historic Publication Site and Peter ...
Where is Cumorah? By Sandra Tanner. Every year in July the LDS Church produces the Hill Cumorah pageant in Palmyra, New York. This pageant places the final scenes of ...
Cumorah, more commonly known among Mormons as the Hill Cumorah, is the name given to a hill (so named in 1829) four miles south of Palmyra, New York.
Hill Cumorah is the most notable of many hills, or drumlins, in New York State's Finger Lakes region. The hill figures prominently in events that led to the ...
Nephites gathered at Cumorah:Morm. 6:2–4; Cumorah was in a land of many waters:Morm. 6:4; Mormon hid the records in the Hill Cumorah:Morm. 6:6;
Also note that the Book of Mormon does not state that the plates of Mormon were buried in the Hill Cumorah; in fact, it states that the plates were not buried in ...
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Christmas Day Schedule: Hill Cumorah Visitors' Center: 3:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. All other Historic Sites: Closed. Admission is free.