Map of the Middle Eastern locations featured in the Book of Mormon
Internal map of Promised Land geography based on John Sorensen's Mormon Map
A Mesoamerican setting for Promised Land geography, subscribed to by most mainstream LDS scholars at BYU and the Maxwell Institute
A United-States-centric model championed by Rodney Meldrum and the “FIRM Foundation”
An alternative mesoamerican setting focusing on the Yucatan region.
A Hemospheric model for Promised Land geography spanning North and South America, subscribed to by many earlier Latter-day Saints
An Andes mountain range focused South American model advocated by Del and Devon DowDell
Eastern United States mode centeround on the Delmarva Peninsula near the Chesapeake Bay area
A Baja Peninsula model for Promised Land geography developed by Lynn A. Rosenvall and David L. Rosenvall
A Panamanian model for Promised Land geography relying on Panama as the 'narrow neck'
A Costa-Rican model for Promised Land geography advanced by James Lee Warr
African settings for the Book of Moron advanced by Embaye Melekin
A Russian geographic model centered around the Kamchatka peninsula
A Sri-Lanka and Indian model for Promised Land geography relying on Adam's Bridge as the narrow neck of land
Indonesian model focused on the Sulawesi island
A Malaysian Peninsula setting for Promised Land geography detailed by Ralph Olsen