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Chief Kentoky Joseph

As Chief Joseph deepened his understanding of the Faith he shared with all that came to learn, and group after group accepted the new Faith. Other chiefs from neighboring villages and even nearby islands

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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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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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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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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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