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J Stories

Olive Jackson

Olive Jackson’s membership marked the beginning of black women’s participation in a then uncommon religious movement. She was a dressmaker and the first North American Baha'i woman of African-American decent.

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Marion Jack

"I met Miss Jack in June, 1938, in Sofia. I had left Austria when Hitler took over and found a temporary position in Sofia, waiting for my visa to the United States. I noticed

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Pidar-Ján of Qazvín

He would bundle a few pairs of socks under his arm and peddle them as he wandered through the streets and bázárs, and thieves would rob him of his merchandise.

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Haji Mirza Musay-i-Javahari

After Haji Mirza Musay-i-Javahari died in 1881, his son, Haji Mirza Musa inherited a portion of the estate. He owned the house where Baha’u’llah lived and was extremely happy to present it to Him

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