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He must have put together at least dozens, if not hundreds, of snail mail letters (the only kind that existed at the time) and sent them all over the Rocky Mountains, looking for love.
In the first ward where I saw this letter, there was a single woman we were good friends with, and I encouraged her to respond.
I think she thought it would be beneath her to respond to such a letter. We have now gone through the era of print personal ads (I remember Sunstone tried that out for awhile, but they never had more than about four ads and the idea never gained any traction there) to internet dating websites.
It seems to me that such websites have the potential to help resolve the main impediment to Mormon dating, which is geographical distance.
We also saw large copper spearheads, something we had not known of before and did not expect.However, because of space and financial issues, most of these objects are not on display, but rather archived in the museum's immense storage facilities.Thompson found carved jade, wooden objects, tools, gold ornaments, copper axes, other obscure metal items, and of course, human remains.As far as I know, the first Latter-day Saint source to discuss and portray this evidence is a book I just read and reviewed, An LDS Guide to the Yucatan by Daniel Johnson, Jared Cooper, and Derek Gasser (Springville, Utah: Cedar Fort, 2012). My review of An LDS Guide to the Yucatan is on the Mormanity blog, dated Nov. The book takes you step-by-step through a trip into the Yucatan.The sites covered are Ek Balam, Chichen Itza, Uxmal, Loltun Cave (an amazing site where pre-Columbian horse remains were found), Kabah, Xpujil, Calakmul, Becan, Cancuén and Coba.