Some articles on american continent:
... There is no evidence that horses existed on the American continent during the 2500-3000 year history of the Book of Mormon (2500 BC - 400 AD) The only evidence of horses on the American continent ... Horses were re-introduced to the Americas (Caribbean) by Christopher Columbus in 1493 and to the American continent by Cortés in 1519 ...
... There is no evidence that horses existed on the American continent during the 2500–3000 year history of the Book of Mormon (2500 BC–400 AD) ... Horses evolved in North America, but are believed to have become extinct on the American continent at the end of the Pleistocene ... were brought to the Caribbean by Christopher Columbus in 1493, and to the American continent by Cortés in 1519 ...
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