Who generally received fair treatment from the Mormons because of the teachings in the Mormon's holy scriptures?

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints uses the Bible, Book of Mormon, Doctine & Covenants, and Pearl of Great Price as holy scripture. While the scriptures say that we should treat all people with love and fairness, Mormons tend to be especially sympathetic to Jewish and Native American people.

Mormons feel a special kinship with those of Jewish heritage. They put a focus on following many Old Testament traditions, believe that they are adopted into the House of Israel, and believe that they are playing a key role in gathering Israel in preparation for the Second Coming of Jesus Christ. It is becoming increasingly popular for Mormon families to recognize Jewish holidays such as Passover.

The Book of Mormon tells the story of some Israelites who escaped the captivity by travelling to the American continent in 600 BC. Mormons believe that these are the ancestors of some of the Native American tribes today. Mormons find many exciting traditions among Native tribes that seem to support the Book of Mormon, such as the great white visitor Quetzalcoatl mirroring the Book of Mormon accout of Jesus visiting after His crucifixion.