Argentina

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    Part of Letter from C. Anderson, 1 January 1891

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    The greater part of the population constists of Indians and mestizos. The whites are Spanish as a rule. The Indians are superior to the Mexicans in appearance, but are indolent and non progress- ive, and no interest is taken in church or school, still, some of the Government Officials are well educated and con speak several languages. In South America are some fine countries also. The Argentine Republic is a very large country with a mild climate something like that of California, and the soil is very productive. A few years ...
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    Part of Letter from Francis Singer and Thomas Lowry, 4 March 1891

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    Santa Fe March 4th 1891 Mr. President of Mormon Society Honorable President We the undersigned believing mormonism the only truthful + brotherly religion existing, we beg you to favour us with a copy of its doctrines + precepts + personal conditions, in order that we may become members of the true fold. Hoping that you will kindly favour us with a speedy reply, we have the honour dear Mr. President to inscribe ourselves. Francis Singer Thomas Lowry Address: Calle Comercio 327 Santa Fe Republica