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tag name: USA

web link: USA

  type: Geographic locations
variations: United States of American; U.S.A.
references: https://bahaipedia.org/United_States
related tags: Americas; North America; United States (documents)
referring tags: Alabama, USA; Alaska, USA; Americas; Arizona, USA; Arkansas, USA; California, USA; Colorado, USA; Connecticut, USA; Delaware, USA; Florida, USA; Georgia, USA; Hawaii, USA; Idaho, USA; Illinois, USA; Indiana, USA; Iowa, USA; Kansas, USA; Kentucky, USA; Louisiana, USA; Maine, USA; Maryland, USA; Massachusetts, USA; Michigan, USA; Minnesota, USA; Mississippi, USA; Missouri, USA; Montana, USA; Nebraska, USA; Nevada, USA; New Hampshire, USA; New Jersey, USA; New Mexico, USA; New York, USA; North America; North Carolina, USA; North Dakota, USA; Ohio, USA; Oklahoma, USA; Oregon, USA; Pennsylvania, USA; Puerto Rico; Rhode Island, USA; South Carolina, USA; South Dakota, USA; Tennessee, USA; Texas, USA; United States (documents); Utah, USA; Vermont, USA; Virginia, USA; Washington, DC, USA; Washington, USA; West Virginia, USA; Wisconsin, USA; Wyoming, USA

"USA" appears in:

1.   from the main catalog (33 results)

  1. Christopher Buck and Kevin Locke. 'Abdu'l-Bahá's Prophecy (2019). — Slide-show overview of ‘Abdu’l-Baha's prophecy "these Indians will enlighten the whole world."
  2. Richard Thomas. African American Baha'is, Race Relations and the Development of the Baha'i Community in the United States (2005). — Robert Turner, Susie Steward, Louis Gregory, and the roles played by blacks in the history of the Ba...
  3. Littlebrave Beaston, comp. American Indians and the Bahá'í Faith: Ten-Part Comprehensive Bibliography (2017). — An extensive bibliography about references to Native Americans in Baha’i sacred writings, in writi...
  4. Mike McMullen. Atlanta Bahá'í Community and Race Unity, The: 1909-1950 (1995). — History of the Baha'i­ faith in Atlanta, Georgia, USA, a city whose Baha'i community dates back alm...
  5. Moojan Momen. Babi and Bahá'í Religions 1844-1944: Some Contemporary Western Accounts (1981). — A lengthy collection of first-hand reports and mentions of the Babi and Baha'i religions in contempo...
  6. Ahmad Sohrab. Bahá'í Cause, The (1956). — Brief overview of the Baha'i Faith, with passing references to Sohrab's "New History Society."
  7. Catherine McNickle Chastain. Barney, Alice Pike (2000). — Barney (1857-1931) was an American artist and arts patron, and mother of prominent early Baha'i Laur...
  8. Chelsea Horton. Building Intercultural Community: Insights from Indigenous Bahá'í History (2016). — Bridging Baha'i communities with Indigenous populations in Canada and the United States was not easy...
  9. Moojan Momen. Chase, Thornton (1992). — Very brief article, short enough to qualify as "fair use."
  10. Patricia Verge. Compassionate Woman: The Life and Legacy of Patricia Locke by John Kolstoe: Review (2012).
  11. Bahá'u'lláh and Abdu'l-Bahá et al. Littlebrave Beaston, comp. Compilation on the Indians of the Western Hemisphere (2017).
  12. Universal House of Justice. Eliminating Racial Prejudice and Activities of the Five Year Plan (2011). — Letter indicating continuing applicability of the statement of the Guardian on racial prejudice desp...
  13. Universal House of Justice. Establishment of Regional Bahá'í Councils in the United States (1997). — Announcement of the historic event of the founding of a new administrative level in the United State...
  14. Robert P. Powers. Experiment in Race Relations, A (1952). — An early program in race tolerance, preceding the Civil Rights movement, as described by a prominent...
  15. Sophie Loeding. Eyewitness Impression of the Dedication (1972). — Brief recollections of Abdu'l-Baha on the occasion of the dedication of the Wilmette temple, May 1, ...
  16. Phillip E. Tussing. Finishing the Work: `Abdu'l-Bahá in Dublin, New Hampshire, 1912 (2007). — Overview of Abdu'l-Baha's three-week visit to a small town in northeast United States.
  17. Anna Josephine Ingersoll. Greenacre on the Piscataqua (1900). — An early history of Greenacre and some of its notable visitors and presentations.
  18. Peter T. Bruss. Human environment interactions and collaborative adaptive capacity building in a resilience framework (2012). — Lengthy study of human effects on the environment informed by a Baha'i perspective, with passing men...
  19. Kuek Yi Hsing. Human Spirit in Moral Education, The (1999). — Historical perspectives that have led to the immanence of secular models of moral education in Europ...
  20. In Memoriam: Heshmat Shariary (1934-2018) (2018). — Overview of the life of an active participant in the Irfan Colloquia and Baha'i studies.
  21. Anne Gordon Atkinson. Introduction to Green Acre Bahá'í School (1990). — Brief summary of the history contained in the book-length history "Green Acre on the Piscataqua: A C...
  22. Abdu'l-Bahá Shoghi Effendi, trans. Letter to Grace Holley (1919). — Short message of greeting and praise.
  23. Christopher Buck. Bolhuis Arjen, comp. List of Articles on BahaiTeachings.org (2020). — List of online essays and articles by Christopher Buck since 2014.
  24. Ruhiyyih (Mary Maxwell) Khanum. Message to the Indian and Eskimo Bahá'ís of the Western Hemisphere (1969). — Letter to Native American and Inuit believers, about the assurance given in the Baha'i Writings that...
  25. Christopher Buck. Native Messengers of God in Canada?: A Test Case for Bahá'í Universalism (1996). — Explores the possibility of including other great religious figures in the Baha'i category of "Manif...
  26. Virginia Orbison. Notes on Words of the Guardian (1956). — Ten pages of notes, preserved as an appendix to Orbison's lengthy manuscript "Diary of a Pilgrimage ...
  27. Universal House of Justice. Regional Bahá'í Councils of the United States, Messages to (1997). — In these two short letters, the House of Justice first sends greetings to the newly-formed United St...
  28. National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá'ís of the United States. Results of the First Regional Bahá'í Council Election (1997). — Results of the first US Regional Baha'i Councils election, posted here because it was a "historic ev...
  29. Robert P. Richardson. Rise and Fall of the Parliament of Religions at Greenacre, The (1931). — Background of the first parliament and Chicago Columbian Exposition and the role of Sarah Farmer and...
  30. Bradford W. Miller. Seneca Falls First Woman's Rights Convention of 1848: The Sacred Rites of the Nation (1998). — Explores parallels between the Seneca Fails First Woman’s Rights Convention in the USA and the Bad...
  31. William Sears. Talk "Arise" at Anchorage Conference (1976). — Address to the International Teaching Conference, Anchorage, July 1976.
  32. Emma Maxie Jones and Anonymous. Third Bahá'í Intercontinental Conference, Chicago: Notes (1958). — Notes, with comments by Borah Kavelin, Rúhiyyih Khanum, Leroy Ioas, Horace Holley, John Robarts, Ug...
  33. Broome Benjamin J.. Wisdom of the people: Potential and pitfalls in efforts by the Comanches to recreate traditional ways of building consensus (2001). — Includes mention that a few Indian nations have adopted the Baha'i "consultation" method of decision...

2.   from the Chronology (617 results)

  1. 1844-05-24 — <a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Samuel_Morse">F.B. Morse</a> sent the first teleg
  2. 1847-02-22 — Birth of Thornton Chase, designated the first American Baha'i, in Springfield, Massachusetts. ...
  3. 1848-07-19 — The Women's Rights Convention was held in the Wesleyan Chapel at Seneca Falls, NY. The principle org...
  4. 1852-02-21 — Birth of Isabella Brittingham, prominent American Baha'i teacher, in New York City....
  5. 1852-03-20 — The publication of Uncle Tom's Cabin; or, Life Among the Lowly by Harriet Beecher Stowe. It was the...
  6. 1855-10-15 — Birth of Robert Turner, first black American Baha'i....
  7. 1863-04-18 — Birth of William Henry (Harry) Randall, Disciple of 'Abdu'l-Baha, in Boston....
  8. 1870-01-14 — Birth of May (or Mary) Ellis Bolles, prominent American Baha'i teacher, in Englewood, New Jersey. [B...
  9. 1871-11-01 — Birth of `Lua' Getsinger (Lucinda Louisa Aurora Moore), Banner of the Cause (Liva), Disciple of `Abd...
  10. 1872-06-10 — Birth of Martha Root, Hand of the Cause and itinerant Baha'i teacher, in Richmond, Ohio....
  11. 1872-12-00 — The Arabic and Persian text of Baha'u'llah's 'Tablet of Medicine' (Lawh-i-Tibb) is to be dated to th...
  12. 1873-06-07 — Birth of Amelia Engelder Collins, Hand of the Cause, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania....
  13. 1874-06-06 — Birth of Louis George Gregory, Hand of the Cause of God at Charleston, South Carolina....
  14. 1875-00-05 — Theosophy was established as a religious philosophical movement in New York City by Helena Petrovna...
  15. 1876-02-14 — Birth of Keith Ransom-Kehler, Hand of the Cause and the first American Baha'i martyr, in Kentucky....
  16. 1879-11-30 — Birth of Laura Clifford Barney (Laura Dreyfus-Barney) in Cincinnati, Ohio. She compiled <I>Som...
  17. 1883-06-21 — The name Thornton Chase appeared in newspaper coverage of a poem printed in The Grand Army Magazine,...
  18. 1892-06-19 — Anton Haddad departed Cairo en route to the United States. [<a href="https://bahai-library.com/ha...
  19. 1892-12-20 — Ibrahim Kheiralla arrived in New York. [AB65; BBD129; BFA1:26; SSBH1:88; <a href="https://bahai-l...
  20. 1893-09-23 — First public reference in North America to the Baha'i Faith. [SBBH1p76] Reference was made to it ...
  21. 1894-00-01 — Green Acre was founded by Sarah J. Farmer in the aftermath of the World Parliament of Religions. [BB...
  22. 1894-02-00 — Ibrahim George Kheiralla settled in Chicago. [BFA1:XXVII, AB65] Owing to his work, the first Ba...
  23. 1894-06-05 — Thornton Chase became a Baha'i in Chicago. [BBD53; BFA1:35-6] For some time before he heard of th...
  24. 1895-00-00 — Mrs Kate C. Ives of Orleans, Cape Cod, Massachusetts became a Baha'i, making her the first Western w...
  25. 1895-06-23 — Birth of Leonora Stirling Holsapple (later Armstrong) in Hudson, New York. She was the first pioneer...
  26. 1897-00-00 — <a href="https://bahai-library.com/bahaullah_tablets_communes_utterances">Tablets, Communes an
  27. 1897-05-21 — Lua Getsinger became a Baha'i in Chicago. She had been called Khayru'lláh's best pupil. [BFA1:XXVI...
  28. 1898-06-00 — In New York City, 141 people became Baha'is in the five months since Kheiralla's arrival. [BFA1:XXVI...
  29. 1898-07-30 — Phoebe Hearst became a Baha'i in California through the efforts of Lua and Edward Getsinger. [BFA1:X...
  30. 1898-09-22 — The first Western pilgrims departed for `Akka, travelling via New York and Paris. [BFA1:XXVIII, 140-...
  31. 1899-00-01 — Miss Olive Jackson of Manhattan became the first black American woman Baha'i. [BFA1:126-7]...
  32. 1899-00-02 — The Serpent by Thornton Chase, an 18-page pamphlet on the image of the serpent in the Bible, was pub...
  33. 1899-02-00 — The first Tablets of `Abdu'l-Baha arrived in America. [BFA1:143] See BFA1:143 for the recipients....
  34. 1899-03-23 — Edward and Lua Getsinger departed Akka and arrived in New York City on the 20th of May. [LGHC30] ...
  35. 1899-05-00 — A council board of seven officers, a forerunner of the Local Spiritual Assembly, was established in ...
  36. 1899-05-01 — Kheiralla returned to the United States from `Akka. [BFA1:xxix, 158] (After his departure from Pales...
  37. 1899-10-00 — Stoyan Vatralsky, a Harvard educated, Bulgarian Christian, attacked the Baha'is, `Truth-knowers', in...
  38. 1899-10-00 — Edward Getsinger appointed five men as a "Board of Counsel" for the Baha'is of northern New Jersey. ...
  39. 1900-00-00 — The publication of <a href="https://bahai-library.com/bahaullah_abdul-baha_tablets_1900">Table...
  40. 1900-00-00 — A Tablet from 'Abdu'l-Baha to the American believers was presented through 'Abdu'l-Karim Effendi, wh...
  41. 1900-00-00 — The publication of <a href="https://bahai-library.com/getsinger_dodge_hoar_pilgrim-notes">Pray...
  42. 1900-00-00 — The Kitab-i-Aqdas was translated by Anton Haddad. It was not published but circulated in typescrip...
  43. 1900-01-00 — The Behais Publishing and Supply Board was created in Chicago. It was the property of four Chicao B...
  44. 1900-03-08 — At a meeting in Kenosha, Kheiralla publicly announced his doubts about `Abdu'l-Baha's leadership of ...
  45. 1900-03-16 — The Chicago community re-organized by selecting a ten-member Board of Council. Neither Kheiralla nor...
  46. 1900-04-00 — Sarah Farmer put Green Acre at the disposal of the Baha'is after her pilgrimage to `Akka in 1900. [B...
  47. 1900-04-26 — On the instructions of 'Abdu'l-Baha, Egyptian businessman Haji `Abdu'l-Karim-i-Tihrani arrived in Ne...
  48. 1900-11-04 — The Persian teachers Mirza Asadu'llah-i-Isfahani (1826-1930) and Haji Hasan-i-Khurasani, a merchant...
  49. 1900-12-07 — In New York, nine men were selected to govern the affairs of the Faith. Those serving were Arthur D...
  50. 1901-00-00 — Arthur Pillsbury Dodge published his book The Truth of It, the first introductory book on the Baha'i...
  51. 1901-00-00 — William Hoar, one of the first Baha'is in America, was asked by `Abdu'l-Baha to meet with the Persia...
  52. 1901-05-15 — Mirza Assad'u'llah, received a Tablet from Abdul-Baha, in which He has positively declared to be ne...
  53. 1901-05-20 — The number of members on the Board of Council was raised to 12. [BFA2:47]...
  54. 1901-05-24 — The name of the Chicago Board of Council was changed to the House of Justice. [BFA2:48] `Abdu'l-B...
  55. 1901-05-29 — The Baha'i women of Chicago elected their own Board and held the first business meeting of the `Wome...
  56. 1901-08-00 — Mirza Abu'l-Faḍl-i-Gulpaygani arrived in North America. [BFA2:XV] Laura Barney financed the vis...
  57. 1901-09-12 — The publication of tablets revealed by 'Abdu'l-Baha "To the House of Justice at Chicago, To the Ladi...
  58. 1901-11-26 — The Day of the Covenant The Day of the Covenant is a Baha'i holy day honouring the Covenant of ...
  59. 1902-00-00 — The publication of the fourth edition of <a href="https://bahai-library.com/brittingham_revelatio...
  60. 1902-00-04 — Joseph Hannen, future Disciple of `Abdu'l-Baha, and Pauline Hannen became Baha'is in Washington DC....
  61. 1902-00-10 — An extract from a Tablet to Mr. Howard MacNutt from 'Abdu'l-Baha refers to New York as the "City of ...
  62. 1902-05-10 — The Chicago House of Justice (or the Board of Council) changed its name to the House of Spiritualit...
  63. 1902-05-12 — Mirza Asadu'llah-i-Isfahani left the United States. [BFA2:VI] His contribution was to make the Am...
  64. 1902-10-10 — The Behais Supply and Publishing Board incorporates as the `Bahai Publishing Society', a non-profit ...
  65. 1903-03-07 — Inspired by the news of the `Ishqabad Temple project, the Chicago House of Spirituality asked `Abdu'...
  66. 1903-05-30 — A letter from `Abdu'l-Baha was received by the Chicago House of Spirituality giving His approval for...
  67. 1903-06-07 — Eight days after `Abdu'l-Baha's first Tablet arrived, a second Tablet arrived from Him approving the...
  68. 1904-00-00 — The publication of The Book of Ighan (Kitab-i-Íqan) by George V. Blackburne Co in New York. It h...
  69. 1904-00-00 — A compilation of Baha'i writings in English was published by the Board of Counsel of New York. [BW10...
  70. 1904-10-28 — Ali Kuli Khan married Florence Breed, the first marriage between a Persian and a Western Baha'i. [BF...
  71. 1904-11-29 — Mirza Abu'l-Fadl departed from the United States after a four year stay. He spent most of that time...
  72. 1905-00-00 — Agnes Alexander arrived in Alaska, the first Baha'i travelling teacher to visit the territory. [BBR...
  73. 1905-00-00 — The first publication of The Seven Valleys in the West. It was translated from Persian into French ...
  74. 1905-00-00 — The publication of <a href="https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=mdp.39015002677824view=1upseq=...
  75. 1905-05-23 — A Nineteen Day Feast was celebrated in New York City, the first known to have been held in North Ame...
  76. 1905-09-05 — The Treaty of Portsmouth formally ended the 1904-05 Russo-Japanese War. It was signed on September 5...
  77. 1906-00-00 — The first translation of The Seven Valleys into English was done Ali Kuli Khan and reprinted frequen...
  78. 1906-00-01 — The first Baha'i of Hungarian origin, Countess Aurelia Bethien, declares her faith in the USA. [<...
  79. 1907-00-00 — It was estimated that there were from 1,000 to 1,100 believers in North America by this date, with a...
  80. 1907-00-00 — The publication of <a href="https://bahai-library.com/abdul-baha_tablets_containing_instructions"...
  81. 1907-02-25 — Corinne True travelled to `Akka to present `Abdu'l-Baha with a scroll with the signatures of 800 (or...
  82. 1907-03-00 — A census of religions in the United States counted 1280 Baha'is. [BFA2:XVI]...
  83. 1907-03-31 — The Baha'i calendar was used in North America for the first time. BFA2:247-8]...
  84. 1907-07-19 — The Chicago `Bahai Assembly' filed an affidavit of incorporation, the first Baha'i community to acqu...
  85. 1907-11-26 — The first national Baha'i conference was held in America. [BFA2:XVI; BW10:179] At the invitation ...
  86. 1908-03-00 — The book <a href="http://www.bahai.org/library/authoritative-texts/abdul-baha/some-answered-quest...
  87. 1908-04-09 — Two building plots for the future House of Worship were purchased in Wilmette for the sum of $2000. ...
  88. 1908-04-25 — Charles Mason Remey and Sydney Sprague sailed from New York for Iran and Russia. [BFA2:289] For d...
  89. 1908-08-30 — A "Feast of Rejoicing" was held at the home of Howard MacNutt at 935 Eastern Parkway in Brooklyn to ...
  90. 1908-09-00 — <table><center> <caption>(New York) Baha'i Bulletin Published September, 1908 t
  91. 1908-09-30 — The passing of Amalie Knobloch (b.Böblitz Germany 11 May 1858 d. 30 September 1908 in Washington, D...
  92. 1908–09- — The Baha'i Publishing Society was founded in Chicago. [BW10:179]...
  93. 1909-00-00 — The passing of Robert Turner (b. 15 October, 1855 or 1856, Virginia d. 1909 California) the fi...
  94. 1909-00-00 — The Baha'i community of Saint Paul, Minnesota began in 1909 when Dr. Clement Woolson, who became a B...
  95. 1909-01-00 — Isabella Brittingham organized 12 Baha'i women into a `Unity Band' to write monthly to the 12 Baha'i...
  96. 1909-03-21 — `Abdu'l-Baha laid the sacred remains of the Bab in their final resting place at the Shrine in Haifa....
  97. 1909-03-21 — The first printing of Volume 1 of <a href="https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=njp.32101068132...
  98. 1909-03-22 — On the same day as the interment of the sacred remains of the Bab on Mount Carmel the first American...
  99. 1909-07-23 — Louis George Gregory accepted the Baha'i Faith after investigating since 1907 when he attended a lec...
  100. 1909-08-20 — Birth of Paul Haney, Hand of the Cause of God, in Chicago. His given name was `Abdu'l-Baha, besto...
  101. 1910-00-00 — The publication of <a href="https://archive.org/details/orientalroseorte00fordrich">The Orient...
  102. 1910-00-00 — The publication of <a href="https://www.archive.org/stream/fiftythreeyears00unkngoog/fiftythreeye...
  103. 1910-01-08 — The Persian-American Educational Society was inaugurated in Washington DC. [BFA2:XVII; 355-8] Its...
  104. 1910-03-21 — The first issue of the Baha'i News was published in Chicago. [BFA2:XVII; BW10:179; <a href="https...
  105. 1910-08-08 — Birth of Mary Sutherland Maxwell, Amatu'l-Baha Rúhiyyih Khanum, Hand of the Cause of God, in the bo...
  106. 1911-03-10 — 'Abdu'l-Baha sent Lua Getsinger and Dr Ameen Farid to California where they spoke to some 5,000 peop
  107. 1911-05-11 — W. Morgan Shuster was an American chosen by the Persian Chargé d'Affaires at Washington, Mirza Ali...
  108. 1911-06-03 — Ghodsea Khanoum Ashraf (Qudsiyyih Ashraf) (b. 22 November 1889 in Majidābād, d. 16 April 1976 in T...
  109. 1911-08-23 — `Abdu'l-Baha took up residence at Thonon-les-Bains on Lake Leman (Lake Geneva). [AB140; GPB280; SBR2...
  110. 1911-09-21 — Reverend Peter Z Easton called on Àbdu'l-Baha. Apparently he wanted a sparring match but Àbdu'l-Ba...
  111. 1912-00-00 — The publication of Universal Principles of the Bahai Movement, Social, Economic, Governmental by The...
  112. 1912-00-00 — The publication of <a href="http://bahai-library.com/gulpaygani_brilliant_proof">The Brilliant...
  113. 1912-03-25 — `Abdu'l-Baha's second Western tour 'Abdul'-Baha and His party embarked from Alexandria on the Whi...
  114. 1912-04-11 — `Abdu'l-Baha arrived in New York. [AB172; GPB281; APD3-5; SoW Vol 3 No 3 p3; <a href="https://ba...
  115. 1912-04-11 — Hippolyte and Laura Dreyfus Barney sailed on the SS Kaiserin Auguste Victoria from Cherbourg for New...
  116. 1912-04-12 — Talk at Home of Mr. and Mrs. Howard MacNutt, 935 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn, New York, [<a href...
  117. 1912-04-13 — Talk at Home of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Morten, 141 East Twenty-first Street, New York [<a hr...
  118. 1912-04-14 — `Abdu'l-Baha spoke from the pulpit of the Church of the Ascension, Fifth Avenue and Tenth Street, Ne...
  119. 1912-04-15 — Talk at the home of Mountfort Mills, 327 West End Avenue, New York. [<a href="http://reference....
  120. 1912-04-16 — Talk at Hotel Ansonia to Baha'i Friends of New Jersey, Broadway and Seventy-third Street, New York...
  121. 1912-04-17 — Talk at Home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward B. Kinney, 780 West End Avenue, New York, [<a href="http://re...
  122. 1912-04-18 — Talk at Home of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall L. Emery, 273 West Ninetieth Street, New York. [<a href="...
  123. 1912-04-19 — Talk at Earl Hall, Columbia University, New York. [<a href="http://reference.bahai.org/en/t/ab/...
  124. 1912-04-20 — During `Abdu'l-Baha's eleven days in New York He gave 15 formal talks and countless informal one in ...
  125. 1912-04-21 — Talk at Studio Hall, 1219 Connecticut Avenue, Washington, D.C. [<a href="http://reference.bahai...
  126. 1912-04-22 — Talk at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Parsons, 1700 Eighteenth Street, NW, Washington, D.C. [&l...
  127. 1912-04-23 — Harriet Gibbs Marshall (1868-1941) became a Baha'i while 'Abdu'l Baha was visiting the US. It is pos...
  128. 1912-04-23 — Talk at Howard University, Washington, D.C. Howard University had been founded in 1867 to educate th...
  129. 1912-04-23 — At some point during his stay in Washington, 'Abdu'l-Baha was invited to tea by nine year-old Rene H...
  130. 1912-04-24 — Talk at Children's Reception, Studio Hall, 1219 Connecticut Avenue, Washington, D.C. [<a href="ht...
  131. 1912-04-25 — Talk to Theosophical Society, Home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Parsons 1700 Eighteenth Street, NW, Was...
  132. 1912-04-26 — 'Abdu'l-Baha spoke at President Taft's All Saints Unitarian Church to the Women's Alliance on the su
  133. 1912-04-27 — During lunch at the Parsons' home 'Abdu'l-Baha spoke about the proper method of taxation. [APD53-57]...
  134. 1912-04-28 — `Abdu'l-Baha gave private interviews in the morning then called on the Turkish Ambassador, Diya Pash...
  135. 1912-04-30 — Talk at Hull House, Chicago, Illinois where He spoke about racial unity. Hull House was a immigrant...
  136. 1912-05-01 — `Abdu'l-Baha laid the cornerstone of the Mashriqu'l-Adhkar in Wilmette. [SYH67-68, CT102; 239D:51; A...
  137. 1912-05-03 — Talk at Hotel Plaza in Chicago. [<a href="http://reference.bahai.org/en/t/ab/PUP/pup-36.html">...
  138. 1912-05-04 — Talk to Theosophical Society, Northwestern University Hall, Evanston, Illinois. [<a href="http...
  139. 1912-05-05 — Talk at Children's Meeting, Hotel Plaza, Chicago, Illinois. [PSBW134-5, <a href="http://refe...
  140. 1912-05-06 — `Abdu'l-Baha left Chicago, arriving in Cleveland the same day. [239D:57; AB189] 'Abdu'l-Baha ga...
  141. 1912-05-07 — `Abdu'l-Baha left Cleveland for Pittsburgh, arriving the same day. [239D:63; AB189] Martha Ro...
  142. 1912-05-08 — `Abdu'l-Baha took a morning train from Pittsburgh, arriving in Washington DC that night for His seco...
  143. 1912-05-09 — `Abdu'l-Baha spoke to a capacity gathering at the Parsons' home. He noted that religious ministers ...
  144. 1912-05-10 — At the instigation of Agnes Parsons, `Abdu'l-Baha's sat for sketches by prominent English sculptor T...
  145. 1912-05-11 — `Abdu'l-Baha left Washington for New York City, arriving the same day. [239D:64-5, AB190, APD66-67] ...
  146. 1912-05-12 — `Abdu'l-Baha took a ferry to New Jersey then a train to Montclair where He addressed the congregatio...
  147. 1912-05-13 — `Abdu'l-Baha, very unwell, attended a reception and gave a talk to the New York Peace Society at the...
  148. 1912-05-14 — `Abdu'l-Baha attended the eighteenth annual Conference on International Peace and Arbitration at Lak...
  149. 1912-05-19 — In the morning He spoke at the Church of the Divine Paternity, Central Park West, New York.
  150. 1912-05-20 — Talk at Woman's Suffrage Meeting, Metropolitan Temple, Seventh Avenue and Fourteenth Street, New...
  151. 1912-05-22 — `Abdu'l-Baha traveled to Boston, arriving the same day. [239D:71; AB198] He stayed at the Hotel C...
  152. 1912-05-23 — The Baha'is of Cambridge, Massachusetts, celebrated `Abdu'l-Baha's birthday at the Breed home with a...
  153. 1912-05-24 — Talk at Free Religious Association, or Unitarian Conference, Boston, Massachusetts. [<a href="h...
  154. 1912-05-25 — Talk at Huntington Chambers, 30 Huntington Ave, Boston, Massachusetts. [<a href="http://referen...
  155. 1912-05-26 — `Abdu'l-Baha left Boston and returned to New York, arriving in the evening. [239D:73; AB201] Ta...
  156. 1912-05-28 — `Abdu'l-Baha and His party were evicted from their hotel because of the `coming and going of diverse...
  157. 1912-05-29 — Talk at Home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward B. Kinney, 780 West End Avenue, New York. [<a href="http...
  158. 1912-05-30 — Talk at Theosophical Lodge, Broadway and Seventy-ninth Street, New York. [<a href="http://...
  159. 1912-06-01 — `Abdu'l-Baha returned to New York. [AB206] He had His first sitting for the portrait painted by J...
  160. 1912-06-02 — Talk at Church of the Ascension, Fifth Avenue and Tenth Street, New York at the invitation of Perc...
  161. 1912-06-03 — `Abdu'l-Baha traveled to Milford, Pennsylvania. [AB208]...
  162. 1912-06-04 — `Abdu'l-Baha returned to New York. [AB208]...
  163. 1912-06-08 — Talk at 309 West Seventy-eighth Street, New York, [<a href="http://reference.bahai.org/en/t/ab...
  164. 1912-06-09 — Talk at Unitarian Church, Fifteenth Street and Girard Avenue, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. [<a ...
  165. 1912-06-10 — `Abdu'l-Baha left Philadelphia and returned to New York, arriving the same day. [239D:88; AB211]...
  166. 1912-06-11 — Talk at Open Committee Meeting, Home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward B. Kinney, 780 West End Avenue, New ...
  167. 1912-06-12 — Talk at 309 West Seventy-eighth Street, New York. [<a href="http://reference.bahai.org/en/t/ab/P...
  168. 1912-06-15 — Talk at 309 West Seventy-eighth Street, New York. [<a href="http://reference.bahai.org/en/t/ab/P...
  169. 1912-06-16 — Talk at Fourth Unitarian Church, Beverly Road, Flatbush, Brooklyn, New York. [<a href="http://...
  170. 1912-06-17 — Talk at 309 West Seventy-eighth Street, New York. [<a href="http://reference.bahai.org/en/t/ab/P...
  171. 1912-06-18 — Talk at 309 West Seventy-eighth Street, New York. [<a href="http://reference.bahai.org/en/t/ab/P...
  172. 1912-06-19 — `Abdu'l-Baha clarified His station as the Centre of the Covenant. It is widely believed that He nam...
  173. 1912-06-20 — Talk at 309 West Seventy-eighth Street, New York. [<a href="http://reference.bahai.org/en/t/ab/P...
  174. 1912-06-21 — `Abdu'l-Baha arrived in Montclair, New Jersey for a 9 day stay. [239D:97; AB221]...
  175. 1912-06-23 — Talk at Montclair, New Jersey. [<a href="http://reference.bahai.org/en/t/ab/PUP/pup-75.html">...
  176. 1912-06-29 — `Abdu'l-Baha hosted a Unity Feast in the Evergreen Cabin at the <a href="https://bahaipedia.org/W...
  177. 1912-06-30 — `Abdu'l-Baha returned to New York after visiting Mr Topakyan, the Persian Consul General, in Morrist...
  178. 1912-07-01 — Talk at 309 West Seventy-eighth Street, New York. [<a href="http://reference.bahai.org/en/t...
  179. 1912-07-05 — Talk at 309 West Seventy-eighth Street, New York, the home of Howard MacNutt. [<a href="htt...
  180. 1912-07-06 — Talk at 309 West Seventy-eighth Street, New York. [<a href="http://reference.bahai.org/en/t...
  181. 1912-07-11 — In obedience to 'Abdu'l-Baha Lua Getsinger departed New York for California to prepare for His comin...
  182. 1912-07-14 — Talk at All Souls Unitarian Church, Fourth Avenue and Twentieth Street, New York. [<a href="ht...
  183. 1912-07-15 — Talk at Home of Dr. and Mrs. Florian Krug, 830 Park Avenue, New York. [<a href="http://reference...
  184. 1912-07-23 — `Abdu'l-Baha left New York, arriving in Boston the same day for His second visit. [239D:117; AB233] ...
  185. 1912-07-24 — Talk to Theosophical Society, The Kensington, Exeter and Boylston Streets, Boston, Massachusetts...
  186. 1912-07-25 — Talk at Hotel Victoria, Boston, Massachusetts. [<a href="http://reference.bahai.org/en/t/ab/PU...
  187. 1912-07-26 — `Abdu'l-Baha's and His companions took up residence at one of the two Parsons home in Dublin, NH, a ...
  188. 1912-07-28 — `Abdu'l-Baha's spoke at the Parsons home. [APD79-80] See <a href="https://239days.com/2012/07/...
  189. 1912-08-04 — 'Abdu'l-Baha spoke to a group of 28 black people on the importance of unity and friendship between t
  190. 1912-08-05 — Talk at Dublin Inn, Dublin, New Hampshire. [<a href="http://reference.bahai.org/en/t/ab/PUP/...
  191. 1912-08-06 — Talk at Home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Parsons, Dublin, New Hampshire. [<a href="http://refere...
  192. 1912-08-16 — `Abdu'l-Baha journeyed to Green Acre by car, arriving the same day. [239D:123; AB240] Talk at G...
  193. 1912-08-17 — Talk at Green Acre, Eliot, Maine. [<a href="http://reference.bahai.org/en/t/ab/PUP/pup-90.html...
  194. 1912-08-23 — `Abdu'l-Baha arrived in Malden, Massachusetts, for a week-long stay, making trips to Boston and Camb...
  195. 1912-08-25 — Talk at the New Thought Forum, Metaphysical Club, Boston, Massachusetts about women's rights. [...
  196. 1912-08-26 — Talk at Franklin Square House, Boston, Massachusetts. [<a href="http://reference.bahai.org/e
  197. 1912-08-27 — Talk at Metaphysical Club, Boston, Massachusetts. [<a href="http://reference.bahai.org/en/t/ab/...
  198. 1912-08-29 — Talk at Home of Madame Beale Morey, 34 Hillside Avenue, Malden, Massachusetts. He spoke on "Relig...
  199. 1912-09-12 — `Abdu'l-Baha left Buffalo for Chicago, passing by Niagara Falls and arriving at about 8PM at the La...
  200. 1912-09-15 — In the morning`Abdu'l-Baha spoke to Dr. William Frederick Nutt, a friend of Kheiralla. (Nutt later b...
  201. 1912-09-16 — In the morning 'Abdu'l-Baha departed for Chicago He gave a talk at Home of Mrs. Corinne True, 53...
  202. 1912-09-20 — Talk at Home of Mr. Albert L. Hall, 2030 Queen Avenue South, Minneapolis, Minnesota. [<a href="h...
  203. 1912-09-22 — The marriage of Louis G. Gregory and Louisa ("Louise") A. M. Mathew, the first interracial Baha'i co...
  204. 1912-09-23 — `Abdu'l-Baha arrived in Denver in the afternoon. [239D:152; SoG221-222; MD282-283]...
  205. 1912-09-24 — Talk at Home of Mrs. Roberts Denver, Colorado. [<a href="http://reference.bahai.org/en/t/
  206. 1912-09-25 — Talk at Second Divine Science Church, 3929 West Thirty-eighth Avenue, Denver, Colorado . [<a hr...
  207. 1912-09-26 — `Abdu'l-Baha left Denver and arrived in Glenwood Springs, Colorado. [239D:158]...
  208. 1912-09-27 — `Abdu'l-Baha left Glenwood Springs for Salt Lake City. [239D:159]...
  209. 1912-09-28 — `Abdu'l-Baha arrived in Salt Lake City. [239D:159]...
  210. 1912-09-30 — Thornton Chase, the first American Baha'i, Disciple of `Abdu'l-Baha, passed away in California befor...
  211. 1912-10-01 — `Abdu'l-Baha arrived in San Francisco about midnight. [239D:165; AB286]...
  212. 1912-10-03 — After the visitation of many friends in the morning, in the afternoon, at the invitation of Mrs Good...
  213. 1912-10-07 — Talk to Japanese Young Men's Christian Association, Japanese Independent Church, 576 Sycamore Stre...
  214. 1912-10-08 — `Abdu'l-Baha spoke at Leland Stanford Junior University in Palo Alto. [239D:166 AB288, <a href="h...
  215. 1912-10-10 — Talk at Open Forum, San Francisco, California [<a href="http://reference.bahai.org/en/t/ab/PUP/...
  216. 1912-10-12 — Talk at the synagogue Temple Emmanu-El, 450 Sutter Street, San Francisco, California. [<a href=...
  217. 1912-10-13 — `Abdu'l-Baha visited Phoebe Hearst at her estate, at her invitation. [239D:168; AB307] She was es...
  218. 1912-10-16 — `Abdu'l-Baha returned to San Francisco. [AB308; <a href="https://239days.com/2012/10/16/the-humil...
  219. 1912-10-17 — 'Abdu'l-Baha discovered His signet ring was missing and for the rest of His trip He signed, rather t
  220. 1912-10-18 — `Abdu'l-Baha left San Francisco for Los Angeles, arriving the same day. [239D:169; AB309] Havin...
  221. 1912-10-19 — `Abdu'l-Baha visited the grave of Thornton Chase in Inglewood. [239D:169; AB309; MD337-339] The p...
  222. 1912-10-21 — `Abdu'l-Baha left Los Angeles for San Francisco. [AB310]...
  223. 1912-10-25 — `Abdu'l-Baha left San Francisco for Sacramento and arrived at noon the same day. [239D:171] Tal...
  224. 1912-10-26 — Talk at Assembly Hall, Hotel Sacramento, Sacramento, California. [<a href="http://reference.bah...
  225. 1912-10-28 — `Abdu'l-Baha arrived in Denver at midnight. [239D:175; AB316] ...
  226. 1912-10-29 — During a 24-hour stopover in Denver, Àbdu'l-Baha met Cardinal John Murphy Farley who had come from ...
  227. 1912-10-30 — `Abdu'l-Baha left Denver for Chicago. [239D:175]...
  228. 1912-10-31 — `Abdu'l-Baha arrived in Chicago and gave a talk at the Plaza Hotel. The subject of this talk was The...
  229. 1912-11-01 — Talk at Home of Mrs. Corinne True, 5338 Kenmore Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. The subject of this talk ...
  230. 1912-11-04 — `Abdu'l-Baha left Chicago and arrived in Cincinnati the same day. [239D:179]...
  231. 1912-11-05 — Talk at Grand Hotel, Cincinnati, Ohio. [<a href="http://reference.bahai.org/en/t/ab/PUP/pup-1...
  232. 1912-11-06 — `Abdu'l-Baha arrived in Washington DC. [239D:179] Talk at Universalist Church, Thirteenth a...
  233. 1912-11-07 — Talk at Home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Parsons, 1700 Eighteenth Street, NW, Washington, D. C. [<a...
  234. 1912-11-08 — Talk at Eighth Street Temple, Synagogue, Washington, D. C. [<a href="http://reference.bahai.org/e...
  235. 1912-11-09 — Talk at Home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Parsons, 1700 Eighteenth Street, NW, Washington, D. C .[<...
  236. 1912-11-10 — Talk at Home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Parsons, 1700 Eighteenth Street, NW, Washington, D. C .[<...
  237. 1912-11-11 — `Abdu'l-Baha traveled to Baltimore by train and arrived at Camden Station at 11AM. He was accompanie...
  238. 1912-11-12 — `Abdu'l-Baha arrived in New York at 1:00 a.m. He and His party stayed at the "Champney House" locate...
  239. 1912-11-15 — Talk at Home of Miss Juliet Thompson, 48 West Tenth Street, New York. [<a href="http://refe...
  240. 1912-11-16 — Talk at 309 West Seventy-eighth Street, New York. [<a href="http://reference.bahai.org/en/t/ab...
  241. 1912-11-17 — Talk at Genealogical Hall, 252 West Fifty-eighth Street, New York. [<a href="http://referenc...
  242. 1912-11-18 — `Abdu'l-Baha visited the library of J. Pierpont Morgan and inscribed his album with a blessing for h...
  243. 1912-11-18 — `Abdu'l-Baha had instructed MacNutt to meet with a group of potential Covenant-breakers in Chicago a...
  244. 1912-11-23 — A farewell banquet was held for `Abdu'l-Baha at the Great Northern Hotel, 118 West Fifty-seventh Str...
  245. 1912-11-24 — `Abdu'l-Baha and the white Baha'is served the Black Baha'is at a dinner at the Kinney's. [239D:187]...
  246. 1912-11-29 — Talk at Home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward B. Kinney, 780 West End Avenue, New York. [<a href="http://...
  247. 1912-12-02 — Talk at Home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward B. Kinney, 780 West End Avenue, New York. [<a href="http://re...
  248. 1912-12-03 — Talk at Home of Dr. and Mrs. Florian Krug, 830 Park Avenue, New York. [<a href="http://referen...
  249. 1912-12-04 — `Abdu'l-Baha addressed His last meeting in North America with a talk to Theosophical Society, 2228...
  250. 1912-12-05 — `Abdu'l-Baha sailed on the S. S. Celtic of the White Star Line from New York to Liverpool. [239D:193...
  251. 1914-06-30 — The defection of Dr Amin Farid, (b. 1882, d. 1953)`Abdu'l-Baha's translator while in America, becam...
  252. 1915-00-02 — A plan to fund part-time travelling Baha'i teachers in the USA and Canada was approved. There had be...
  253. 1915-04-19 — The Panama-Pacific International Exposition was held in San Francisco and the 24th of April was decl...
  254. 1915-06-16 — Miss Margaret Green of Washington DC arrived in Alaska, the first known resident Baha'i. She settled...
  255. 1915-10-11 — Arthur Pillsbury Dodge, Disciple of `Abdu'l-Baha, passed away in Freeport, New York. [SBR15] He ...
  256. 1916-00-01 — The United States census showed 2,884 Baha'is. [BBRSM:105; SBBH1:117]...
  257. 1916-04-00 — The first Chinese Baha'i in China, Chen Hai An (Harold A. Chen), became a Baha'i while studying at t...
  258. 1916-09-08 — The first five Tablets of the Tablets of the Divine Plan were published in Star of the West. [BBD219...
  259. 1917-04-06 — The United States entered World War I. See CF36 for Shoghi Effendi's opinion of its participati...
  260. 1917-04-07 — A Baha'i Reading Room was established in Chicago by Luella Kirchner in 1917 or perhaps earlier and b...
  261. 1918-01-08 — President Woodrow Wilson in a speech on war aims and peace terms to the United States Congress outli...
  262. 1918-05-00 — The publication of the second edition of Compilation of the Holy Utterances of Bahaʼollah and A...
  263. 1919-00-00 — Amelia Collins, Hand of the Cause, became a Baha'i in Pasadena, California. [PSBW74] ...
  264. 1919-00-00 — After joining the Baha'i Faith, Dorothy Champ (b. Loudoun County, Virginia, 23 February, 1893, d. Ea...
  265. 1919-00-00 — The publication of <a href="https://www.h-net.org/~bahai/diglib/books/P-T/R/Remey/NewDay/ND.htm"&...
  266. 1919-03-00 — "Red Summer" is the period from late winter through early autumn of 1919 during which white supremac
  267. 1919-04-00 — Initiated by Eugene and Wandeyne Deuth, Reality magazine provided a forum for accounts of Baha'i act...
  268. 1919-04-13 — The passing of Phoebe Apperson Hearst (b. 3 December, 1842) in her home in Pleasanton, California du...
  269. 1919-04-26 — The 14 <a href="https://www.bahai.org/library/authoritative-texts/abdul-baha/tablets-divine-plan"...
  270. 1919-11-18 — The periodical entitled "The Magazine of the Children of the Kingdom" was published and distributed ...
  271. 1920-01-27 — The passing of Joseph H. Hannen, (b. January 27, 1920, Allegheny, Pennsylvania) Disciple of 'Abdu'l-...
  272. 1920-04-00 — Mirza Asadu'llah Fadil-i-Mazandarani arrived in North America with Manúchihr Khan in time to speak ...
  273. 1920-04-02 — Louis Bourgeois was selected as the architect for the Chicago House of Worship. [DP94; GPB303; SBBH1...
  274. 1920-04-27 — The design for the Mashriqu'l-Adhkar at Wilmette, Illinois, was finally chosen by the forty-nine del...
  275. 1920-05-24 — Charles Greenleaf, (b. 6 May, 1857 in Wisconsin), Disciple of `Abdu'l-Baha, passed away at the home ...
  276. 1920-09-24 — Boring began at the site of the Mashriqu'l-Adhkar in Wilmette to determine the depth of the bedrock....
  277. 1921-00-00 — The publication of <a href="https://bahai-library.com/holley_bahai_spirit_age">Bahai: The Spir...
  278. 1921-03-21 — Construction began on the Mashriqu'l-Adhkar in Wilmette. DP108] See DP107 for a picture of Baha...
  279. 1921-05-19 — The first Race Amity Conference was held in Washington DC at the old First Congregational Church, 1...
  280. 1921-07-09 — Mirza Asadu'llah Fadil-i-Mazandarani left the United States for the Holy Land. [AB443footnote]...
  281. 1921-09-25 — Louis Gregory set out on his teaching trip that was described as "one of the most brilliant Baha'i T...
  282. 1921-12-05 — The second Convention for Amity between the White and Coloured Races was held in Springfield, Massac...
  283. 1922-00-00 — The publication of <a href="https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=hvd.32044090061508view=1upseq=...
  284. 1922-01-09 — William H. Hoar, Disciple of `Abdu'l-Baha, passed away in Fanwood, New Jersey. [SW12, 19:310] F...
  285. 1922-01-16 — The Greatest Holy Leaf cabled the United States with the news that Shoghi Effendi had been appointed...
  286. 1922-02-19 — Helen Goodall, Disciple of `Abdu'l-Baha, passed away in San Francisco. [SEBW33] See SEBW21-33 fo...
  287. 1922-02-25 — The Will and Testament of 'Abdu'l-Baha was written entirely in 'Abdu'l-Baha's own hand and it was Sh...
  288. 1922-04-00 — Shoghi Effendi sent verbal messages through Consul Schwarz to Germany and Ethel Rosenberg to Britain...
  289. 1922-04-03 — To the United States and Canada Shoghi Effendi sent a message to transform the 'Executive Board' int...
  290. 1922-04-25 — A National Spiritual Assembly was elected in the United States to replace the Executive Board of the...
  291. 1922-07-09 — Baha'is gathered in the Foundation Hall of the Chicago House of Worship for the first time, to comme...
  292. 1923-02-00 — Shoghi Effendi sent his early translation of The Hidden Words to America. [PP205]...
  293. 1923-02-12 — <a href="https://bahai-library.com/holley_bahai_scriptures">Bahai Scriptures</a>, edited
  294. 1924-00-00 — The publication of <a href="https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=wu.89044758639view=1upseq=7"&g...
  295. 1924-01-28 — Isabella Brittingham, Disciple of `Abdu'l-Baha, passed away at the Revell home in Philadelphia. [SEB...
  296. 1924-07-18 — American Vice-Consul Major Robert Imbrie was murdered in Tihran for being a Baha'i, which he was not...
  297. 1924-10-22 — The fourth Race Amity Convention was held in Philadelphia. Because there were few Baha'is in the cit...
  298. 1924-12-24 — The first Baha'i News Letter, forerunner of Baha'i News, was published in New York by the National A...
  299. 1925-00-00 — At the suggestion of Horace Holley a Baha'i yearbook was published under the name Baha'i Year Book a...
  300. 1925-01-02 — The American Baha'is published Shoghi Effendi's revised <a href="https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi...
  301. 1925-03-20 — The Palace Hotel, the city's first premier luxury hotel, was the site for the first World Unity Conf...
  302. 1925-04-00 — There were 43 local spiritual assemblies in North America by this date. [BBRSM121]...
  303. 1925-04-10 — Shoghi Effendi wrote to the American National Spiritual Assembly indicating that the word 'assembly'...
  304. 1925-12-00 — <a href="https://www.h-net.org/~bahai/diglib/books/K-O/N/nsa-us/Plan_1926-1928.pdf">A Plan of
  305. 1926-00-03 — Green Acre came under the direct supervision of the National Spiritual Assembly of the United States...
  306. 1926-00-06 — The Baha'i World was first published. [BW1:4; GT77; PP209; SBR232; <a href="https://news.bahai.or...
  307. 1926-01-00 — Orcella Rexford and her husband Dr Gayne Gregory (the first to accept the Faith in Alaska) went to H...
  308. 1926-02-07 — Carter G. Woodson, author, historian and professor, (1875-1950), initiated the first celebration of ...
  309. 1926-03-21 — The National Convention was held at the Hotel Whitcomb on Market Street in San Francisco. Because o...
  310. 1926-05-04 — Queen Marie of Romania wrote three articles as a testimonial to the Baha'i Faith for a syndicated se...
  311. 1926-07-12 — The National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of the United States and Canada made representations ...
  312. 1926-12-26 — Howard MacNutt, Disciple of 'Abdu'l-Baha, (b. 13 July, 1858 in Philadelphia) passed away in Florida ...
  313. 1927-01-08 — The National Spiritual Assembly of the United States and Canada appointed seven people to a National...
  314. 1927-01-13 — A World Unity Conference was held in Dayton, Ohio, one of many such conferences to be held in the ye...
  315. 1927-04-08 — The second conference for racial amity in Washington was held at the Mt Pleasant Congregational Chur...
  316. 1927-04-31 — The third National Convention of the Baha'is of the United States and Canada was held at the Windsor...
  317. 1927-05-00 — The National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of the United States and Canada drew up and published...
  318. 1927-08-01 — Geyserville Baha'i Summer School, the first American Baha'i summer school, was established on proper...
  319. 1927-10-00 — Shoghi Effendi entrusted Dr William Slater and his wife Ida Slater, who were visiting Haifa on a 19-...
  320. 1927-10-00 — The first issue of the monthy called <a href="https://file.bahai.media/a/ac/World_Unity_Vol1_Issu...
  321. 1927-11-10 — The third convention for amity in inter-racial relations in Washington was held in the Mt. Pleasant ...
  322. 1928-01-00 — A charter was granted by the State of New York to World Unity Foundation, a body of trustees admin...
  323. 1928-04-26 — The National Convention of the Baha'is of the United States and Canada was held in the Foundation Ha...
  324. 1928-08-27 — The word 'Baha'i' was registered with the United States Patent Office as a trademark. [BW6:348]...
  325. 1928-12-31 — Ruth White, who had met 'Abdu'l-Baha in New York in 1912 and who had been on pilgrimage in 1922, wro...
  326. 1929-03-16 — In December of 1925 the National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of United States and Canada adopt...
  327. 1929-04-00 — The New History Society was founded in New York by 'Abdu'l-Baha's former secretary and interpreter A...
  328. 1929-05-00 — The American National Spiritual Assembly incorporated as a voluntary Trust. [BBRSM122; GPB335] Th...
  329. 1929-08-12 — Green Acre became a fully fledged Baha'i summer school when the National Spiritual Assembly of the B...
  330. 1929-09-14 — The Green Acre Trustees were appointed by the National Spiritual Assembly of the United States and C...
  331. 1930-00-00 — The publication of <a href=:http://roycroftbooks.org/garden_of_the_heart.htm">The Garden of th...
  332. 1930-04-01 — A ceremony was held at the American annual convention in dedication of the resumption of the buildin...
  333. 1930-05-30 — The New History Society came into conflict with the local Baha'i Assembly. Sohrab refused to allow t...
  334. 1930-08-00 — The National Spiritual Assembly published a statement in the Baha'i News entitled The Case of Ahmad ...
  335. 1930-08-19 — Jean-Baptiste Louis Bourgeois, (b. 19 March 1856, Staint-Célestin de Nicolet, QC. d. Wilmette, IL)...
  336. 1930-08-20 — Louis Jean-Baptiste Bourgeois, (19 March, 1856, Saint-Célestin, Quebec, Canada) designer of the Mas...
  337. 1930-11-00 — The National Assembly published a detailed supplementary statement in the Baha'i News, quoting passa...
  338. 1931-01-15 — Flames swept through the dome of Baha'i House of Worship which was nearing completion. Damage was e...
  339. 1931-05-00 — A permanent summer school is established at Louhelen Ranch near Davison, Michigan. [BW10:181; GPB340...
  340. 1931-05-02 — The superstructure of the Wilmette House of Worship was completed and turned over by the Fuller Comp...
  341. 1931-05-20 — The passing of Mrs Claudia Coles in London. (b. 1863 or 1866 in Charleston, South Carolina). She ac...
  342. 1931-11-00 — The New York Baha'i community drafted the by-laws of a Baha'i local assembly. [GPB335] These by-l...
  343. 1932-02-17 — The Chicago Baha'i Assembly incorporated, the first local spiritual assembly in the world to do so. ...
  344. 1932-02-27 — Race Amity gatherings became an effective way promote the principle of racial equality. A number pf ...
  345. 1932-06-10 — The American National Spiritual Assembly addresseed a petition to the Shah of Iran requesting that t...
  346. 1932-08-15 — Keith Ransom-Kehler met the Iranian Court Minister Taymur Tash. [BW5:392] She presented the Ameri...
  347. 1933-04-21 — In his letter titled "<a href="https://www.bahai.org/library/authoritative-texts/shoghi-effendi/w...
  348. 1934-01-24 — Agnes S. Parsons died after an automobile accident. [BW5:410; SBR96; BN No 82 April 1934 p4] She ...
  349. 1934-08-28 — Mishkin-Qalam's calligraphic rendering of the Greatest Name was registered as a trademark with the U...
  350. 1935-03-00 — World Order magazine was founded. [SBR236; <a href="https://news.bahai.org/story/1289/">BWNS12...
  351. 1935-07-00 — The Archives Committee of the National Spiritual Assembly of the United States and Canada made an ap...
  352. 1935-10-01 — Shoghi Effendi wrote to the National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of the United States and Cana...
  353. 1935-11-24 — The passing of Dr. Howard Luxmoore Carpenter (b. 1906, d. 24 November 1935). He was buried at the Su...
  354. 1936-00-05 — The Seven Valleys was published in revised translation by Ali Kuli Khan by the US Baha'i Publishing ...
  355. 1936-07-00 — Following on the success of the <a href="http://bahai-library.com/chronology/1921-05-19">initi...
  356. 1936-07-01 — The National Spiritual Assembly of the United States and Canada appointed the first Inter-America Co...
  357. 1937-02-02 — The passing of Mary Hanford Finney Ford (b. 1 November, 1856, in Meadville, PA) in Clearwater, FL. S...
  358. 1937-04-11 — The passing of Dr. Zia Bagdadi (b. February 9, 1882, Beirut, Lebanon) in Augusta, Georgia. He was bu...
  359. 1937-04-21 — The First <a href="https://bahaipedia.org/American_Seven_Year_Plan_(1937-1944)">Seven Year Pla...
  360. 1937-05-00 — Fred Schopflocher contributed and additional $100,000 (see <a href="http://bahai-library.com/chro...
  361. 1938-04-27 — In a message addressed to the Thirtieth National Convention the Guardian announced: "As token my gr...
  362. 1938-05-01 — The National Convention was held in Chicago. Those elected to the National Spiritual Assembly were: ...
  363. 1938-11-11 — The passing of Pocahontas Kay (Grizzard) Pope (b. 1864 or 1865 Pocahontas Kay in Halifax County, NC,...
  364. 1939-09-22 — The State of Illinois issued the first Baha'i marriage licence, authorizing the Spiritual Assembly o...
  365. 1939-10-01 — The national Baha'i office of the United States was established at 536 Sheridan Road, Wilmette, Illi...
  366. 1939-10-25 — John Eichenauer, the first pioneer to El Salvador, arrived in San Salvador from Phoenix, Arizona. ...
  367. 1940-00-00 — The publication of I, Mary Magdalen by Juliet Thompson. It was a novel with a semi-autobiographical...
  368. 1940-04-21 — <a href="https://bahai.works/Bah%C3%A1%E2%80%99%C3%AD_World/Volume_8/United_States_and_Canada_Ann
  369. 1940-09-00 — William Sears, Hand of the Cause of God, became a Baha'i in Salt Lake City, Utah....
  370. 1941-03-28 — The publication of The Promised Day is Come. It was, in effect, a survey of the world in relation t...
  371. 1941-04-08 — The passing of Urbain Joseph Ledoux (b. August 13, 1874 in Ste Hélène de Bagot, Quebec). He was b...
  372. 1941-08-06 — The passing of Elizabeth Roemer Greenleaf (b. 1863) in Eliot Maine. She was buried at the Rosehill ...
  373. 1941-11-31 — Some members of the National Spiritual Assembly filed suit against Sohrab to try to stop him from us...
  374. 1942-01-16 — The passing of Carole Lombard Gable (b. 6 October 1908 in Ft Wayne, IN) near Las Vegas. She was bur...
  375. 1943-01-08 — The exterior ornamentation of the Wilmette Temple was completed. [BW10:181; UD155-6] The cost of ...
  376. 1943-08-16 — The passing of Sydney Sprague (b. Oshkosh WI in 1875) in Los Angeles. He was buried in Inglewood Cem...
  377. 1943-09-04 — The first local spiritual assembly in Alaska was established at Anchorage....
  378. 1944-04-00 — The first Baha'i shortwave radio broadcast was beamed from New York towards South America. [BW9:44-5...
  379. 1944-04-21 — The thirty-sixth National Convention was held in Wilmette and hosted representatives of the Baha'i c...
  380. 1944-05-01 — The first All-American Baha'i Convention was held. Those elected to the National Spiritual Assembly ...
  381. 1944-05-19 — An international celebration of the Centenary of the founding of the Faith was held at the House of ...
  382. 1945-04-00 — The election for the National Spiritual Assembly was held by postal ballot. The tellers completed th...
  383. 1945-10-24 — The United Nations was formally established. There were Baha'i representatives in San Francisco in ...
  384. 1946-04-21 — The <a href="https://bahaipedia.org/American_Seven_Year_Plan_(1946-1953)">Second Seven Year Pl...
  385. 1946-07-20 — The National Spiritual Assembly of the United States enquired of the Guardian whether the existence ...
  386. 1946-07-22 — The passing of John David Bosch (named "Núrani by 'Abdu'l-Baha) at his home near Geyserville, Calif...
  387. 1946-08-11 — The passing of Orcella Rexford (b. Louise Cutts-Powell, 12 Jun 1887 in Tracey, Minnesota) in Los Ang...
  388. 1947-02-01 — Reflecting the unity in diversity highly valued by the Baha'i community, Amin Banani, Mildred Mottah...
  389. 1947-05-18 — The National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of the United States and Canada was accredited by the...
  390. 1948-04 — The name 'Baha'i International Community' was first used to refer to the eight existing National Spi...
  391. 1948-04-21 — The first All-Native Baha'i Assembly was established on the Omaha Reservation in Macy, Nebraska. [BW...
  392. 1948-04-21 — The National Spiritual Assembly was elected in the United States. Those elected were: Dorothy...
  393. 1949-00-00 — Agnes Harrison (née Parent), an Athabascan, became a Baha'i in Alaska, the first Native Alaskan to ...
  394. 1949-04-24 — The passing of Montfort Mills. He had been a believer since 1906 and by 1909 he had made two pil...
  395. 1949-11-09 — The Baha'i International Community, in a letter addressed to Mr Trygve Lie, the Secretary-General of...
  396. 1950-01-15 — The earliest observation of what has become known as World Religion Day was observed in Portland, M...
  397. 1950-04-21 — Shoghi Effendi announced the <a href="https://bahaipedia.org/African_Campaign_(1950-1953)">Afr...
  398. 1951-04-21 — Several National Spiritual Assemblies-Britain, Egypt, India, Iran and the United States, joined forc...
  399. 1951-07-30 — Louis Gregory, Hand of the Cause of God, passed away in Eliot, Maine, near Green Acre. [CoF163; BW12...
  400. 1951-09-00 — National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of the United States provided guidance on military servic...
  401. 1951-12-20 — Hand of the Cause Roy C. Wilhelm, (b.17 September, 1875) passed away in Lovel, Maine. He was buried ...
  402. 1952-00-00 — The establishment of the Baha'i Service for the Blind and the Physically Handicapped as a committee ...
  403. 1952-06-01 — In a letter written on behalf of the Guardian by the Assistant Secretary, the National Spiritual Ass...
  404. 1952-10-08 — Holy Year, "The Great Jubilee", October 1952 to October 1953, was inaugurated. [MBW16-18; BW12:116; ...
  405. 1952-11-12 — Dagmar Dole, pioneer to Alaska and Denmark, passed away in Glion, Switzerland. Shoghi Effendi sai...
  406. 1953-00-00 — The publication of <a href="https://bahai.works/Questions_About_the_Second_Coming/Text">Questi...
  407. 1953-04-30 — The All-American Jubilee celebrations began. [BW12:149]...
  408. 1953-05-01 — The House of Worship in Wilmette was consecrated in a simple ceremony for Baha'is only. [BW12:143, 1...
  409. 1953-05-02 — The House of Worship in Wilmette, the Mother Temple of the West, was dedicated in a public ceremony....
  410. 1953-05-03 — The All-America Intercontinental Teaching Conference was held in Chicago. [BW12:133] For the text...
  411. 1953-08-26 — Ella Bailey (b. 16 December, 1864, Houston, Harris County, Texas) passed away in Tripoli, Tarabulus,...
  412. 1954-00-02 — The first Tlinget from Alaska to become a Baha'i, Eugene King, enrolled....
  413. 1954-01-03 — The passing of Helen "Nellie" Stevison French (b.19 Oct 1868 Peoria, Illinois) in Monaco. She was b...
  414. 1954-05-01 — Elinore Putney arrived in the Aleutian Islands and was named a Knight of Baha'u'llah. [BW13:449]...
  415. 1954-12-16 — Shoghi Effendi announced the death of Avarih in Iran, "CONDEMNED POSTERITY MOST SHAMELESS, VICIOUS, ...
  416. 1955-05-23 — The Baha'i International Community submitted its Proposals for Charter Revision to the United Nation...
  417. 1955-08-00 — Appeals were made by National Spiritual Assemblies around the world through the Baha'i International...
  418. 1956-00-00 — The first Tlinget to become a Baha'i in Alaska, Joyce Anderson Combs, enrolled....
  419. 1956-05-20 — Louisa Mathew Gregory, (b. 1 February 1866 in Penge, Kent, England) whose wedding to Hand of the Cau...
  420. 1957-00-00 — The publication of <a href="https://bahai-library.com/abdul-baha_secret_divine_civilization">T...
  421. 1957-04-21 — The National Spiritual Assembly of Alaska was formed and incorporated immediately upon formation. [H...
  422. 1957-06-09 — The National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of the United States designated the second Sunday in ...
  423. 1957-10-03 — Shoghi Effendi called for the convocation of a series of Intercontinental Conferences to be held suc...
  424. 1957-12-26 — The passing of Mirzā Asad-Allāh, known as Fāżel Māzandarāni (b. Babol, Persia 1881). He bec...
  425. 1958-00-00 — The first Aleut to become a Baha'i, Vassa Lekanoff, enrolled in Unalaska....
  426. 1958-04-20 — Mirza Ahmad (Esphahani) Sohrab, the Covenant-breaker who rebelled against Shoghi Effendi, died. [MC9...
  427. 1958-05-02 — The third Intercontinental Conference was held at the mid-point of the Crusade convened in Wilmette,...
  428. 1959-00-02 — The first Inuit in Alaska to become a Baha'i, William Wiloya, enrolled in Nome....
  429. 1959-00-04 — Baha'i communities in the United States began the observation of World Peace Day to call attention t...
  430. 1959-02-01 — The 'first Dependency of the Mashriqul-Adhkar in Wilmette', the Baha'i Home for the Aged, opened. [B...
  431. 1959-04-10 — Representatives of the Baha'i International Community presented to the President of the Human Rights...
  432. 1960-07-12 — Horace Hotchkiss Holley, Hand of the Cause of God, passed away in Haifa. (b. 7 April, 1887 in Torrin...
  433. 1960-08-20 — The presentation of the doctoral dissertation of Allan Luctus Ward entitled <a href="https://www....
  434. 1961-00-00 — Knud Jensen (of mixed Danish, St Thomanian parentage), the first local person to become a Baha'i in ...
  435. 1961-04-03 — Corinne Knight True, Hand of the Cause of God, (b. 1 November 1861 Louisville, KY d. Chicago, IL 3 A...
  436. 1961-05-01 — Kanichi (Moto) Yamamoto, the first Japanese Baha'i, passed away in Berkeley, California. [SBR185] ...
  437. 1962-07-20 — The passing of Harlan Foster Ober (b. October 6, 1881 in Beverly, Massachusetts) in Pretoria, Gauten...
  438. 1962-08-22 — The Custodians ask the National Spiritual Assembly of the United States to make representations to t...
  439. 1962-09-23 — The Custodians ask the National Spiritual Assembly of the United States to obtain an interview with ...
  440. 1964-11-05 — Followers of Charles Mason Remey filed suit in the United States District Court for Northern Illinoi...
  441. 1965-03-23 — The case filed by the followers of Charles Mason Remey against the National Spiritual Assembly of th...
  442. 1965-07-22 — Leroy Ioas, Hand of the Cause of God, passed away in Haifa. (b.15 February 1896 in Wilmington, IL). ...
  443. 1965-09-20 — The obligation that Baha'is should seek exemption from combatant service was specifically affirmed b...
  444. 1966-00-06 — In 1966, as part of the Lamp Unto My Feet series, an ecumenical religious program that was produced ...
  445. 1966-03-08 — The second suit brought against the National Spiritual Assembly of the United States by the follower...
  446. 1966-04-07 — The passing of Ali Kuli Khan (b. Kashan Persia, about 1879) in Washington, DC. [BW14p351] For inf...
  447. 1966-06-01 — The counter-claim of the National Spiritual Assembly of the United States against the followers of C...
  448. 1967-00-04 — Victor de Araujo was appointed by the Universal House of Justice as the full-time Accredited Represe...
  449. 1967-02-21 — The Universal House of Justice established the International Baha'i Audio-Visual Centre in Victor, N...
  450. 1967-08-00 — From 1967 until 1976 the Harlem Preparatory School was the only high school in central Harlem. The ...
  451. 1968-04-00 — An article honouring the Centenary of Baha'u'llah's Proclamation to the Kings and religious leaders ...
  452. 1968-06-22 — The first National Youth Conference of the Baha'is of the United States opened in Wilmette, Illinois...
  453. 1968-07-00 — In the United States a "Baha'i Teacher and Speaker List" was compiled for distribution to goals comm...
  454. 1969-06-00 — For the Baha'i position on military service see <a href="https://bahai-library.com/nsa_war_govern...
  455. 1969-06-15 — Hand of the Cause Ali-Akbar Furutan travelled throughout the width and breadth of North America. Th...
  456. 1969-07-00 — With regard to the classification of Baha'i books, <a href="https://www.oclc.org/en/dewey/resour...
  457. 1969-11-12 — The world premiere of the film A New Wind, written and directed by George C Stoney and distributed b...
  458. 1970-00-06 — Over 20,000 Afro-Americans from the rural areas of the south-eastern United States became Baha'is. [...
  459. 1970-02-20 — The passing of Curtis Demude Kelsey (b. 6 March, 1894 in Salt Lake City, UT) in Bradenton, FL. He...
  460. 1970-02-20 — First American National Baha'i Education Conference in America was held in Wilmette. [USBN April 19...
  461. 1970-04-22 — The first Earth Day mobilized 20 million Americans to call for increased protections for our planet....
  462. 1970-05-27 — The Baha'i International Community was granted consultative status, category II, by the Economic and...
  463. 1970-06-19 — Rúhiyyih Khanum interrupted her African teaching safari to meet with more than 2,000 youth at the N...
  464. 1970-07-00 — The release of the film It's Just the Beginning. The documentary film is about the 1970 Baha'i Nati...
  465. 1971-00-00 — The publication of <a href="https://www.bahai.org/library/authoritative-texts/abdul-baha/memorial...
  466. 1971-05-24 — The passing of Anna Reinke (b. 15 August, 1882 Travis County, Texas) in Travis County Texas. She wa...
  467. 1972-00-00 — The Louis G. Gregory Institute was founded in 1972. It was named after a native to South Carolina an...
  468. 1972-06-21 — Over 150 American youth join European youth in Operation Hand-in-Hand, a joint teaching project. [BW...
  469. 1972-12-17 — The passing of Matthew Washington Bullock (b. 11 September, 1881 in Dabney, North Carolina) in Detro...
  470. 1974-00-00 — The first Native Council took place in Haines, Alaska, attended by 50 native Baha'is....
  471. 1974-00-00 — The publication of <a href="https://www.mightyape.co.nz/product/the-bahai-faith/15788299">The ...
  472. 1974-04-21 — The first local spiritual assembly of Kotzebue, an Iñupiat Eskimo community situated north of the A...
  473. 1974-07-13 — The dedication of the Bosch Baha'i School north of Santa Cruz, California. (<a href="http://www.b...
  474. 1974-08-28 — The conference held in St Louis, Missouri, to launch the Five Year Plan in the United States attract...
  475. 1975-06-24 — Iran became one of the first countries in the world to ratify the International Covenant on Civil an...
  476. 1975-07-04 — The Ridvan Message contained the phrase, "EVIDENCES GATHERING CLOUDS WIDESPREAD OPPOSITION" and the...
  477. 1976-01-10 — The most northerly-located local spiritual assembly in the world was formed in the Iñupiat communit...
  478. 1976-03-08 — The Baha'i International Community was granted consultative status with the United Nations Children'...
  479. 1976-04-24 — The passing of Mark George Tobey (b. December 11, 1890 Centerville, Wisconsin - d. April 24, 1976 Ba...
  480. 1976-07-23 — An International Teaching Conference was held in Anchorage, Alaska, attended by 1,005 Baha'is. [BW17...
  481. 1976-10-05 — The passing of Adelaide Sharp (b. Texas, 1896) in Tehran. In 1929 she accompanied Dr Susan Mood...
  482. 1977-08-16 — The passing of Annamarie Honnold (b. 23 December 1914 in Urbana, Illinois) in Kennet Square, PA, USA...
  483. 1978-05-23 — The House of Worship in Wilmette was included in the register of historic places in the United State...
  484. 1979-04-21 — In the period Riḍvan 1979 to Riḍvan 1982 the Association for Baha'i Studies played an increasing...
  485. 1979-06-12 — The UN Conference entitled "The Human Factor in Science and Technology for Development" was held in ...
  486. 1981-12-01 — The Baha'i International Community made its first appeal to the Commission on Human Rights to addres...
  487. 1982-05-25 — The Subcommittee on Human Rights and International Organizations of the Foreign Affairs Committee of...
  488. 1982-06-19 — The teaching project Camino Del Sol (Trail of Light), comprising indigenous believers from North Ame...
  489. 1982-10-22 — The murder of Daniel Jordon in New York. The crime was unsolved. Mr. Jordon was on the National Spi...
  490. 1982-12-29 — The passing of Stanwood Cobb, (b. November 6 Newton, Massachusetts, 1881 - d. December 29, 1982) not...
  491. 1983-00-00 — The Diary of Juliet Thompson with a foreword by Marzieh Gail was published by Kalimat Press. The dia...
  492. 1983-06-25 — The passing of Reginald "Rex" Collison (b. 3 May 1884 in Ohio). He was buried in Oak Mound Cemetery,...
  493. 1983-08-05 — The first Los Angeles Baha'i History Conference was held at the University of California at Los Ange...
  494. 1984-03-21 — The inaugural broadcast for Radio Baha'i WLGI, located at the Louis Gregory Baha'i Institute in Hemi...
  495. 1984-04-21 — Delegates at the United States National Convention petition the Universal House of Justice requestin...
  496. 1984-11-16 — Shu'a'u'llah 'Ala'i, Hand of the Cause of God, passed away in Scottsdale, Arizona. (b. 16 November 1...
  497. 1985-07-03 — An International Youth Conference to support the United Nations International Youth Year was held in...
  498. 1986-01-28 — The death of NASA Astronaut Ronald Erwin McNair (b. 21 October, 1951 in Lake City, SC) when Space Sh...
  499. 1986-10-19 — Lorraine Kahn of Pine Springs, Arizona, is elected a delegate to the United States National Conventi...
  500. 1986-11-13 — Zikrullah Khadem (Dhikru'llah Khadem), Hand of the Cause of God, passed away in Skokie, Illinois. (b...
  501. 1987-09-01 — The United Nations Secretary-General designated the Baha'i International Community and the National ...
  502. 1988-00-00 — Hand of the Cause of God William Sears and his wife Marguerite Reimer Sears initiated the first Dese...
  503. 1988-03-00 — The publication of the first edition of the trilingual publication The Journal of Baha'i Studies<...
  504. 1988-12-09 — The passing of Edna M. True, (b. July 29, 1888, in Grand Rapids, Michigan) She was a daughter of the...
  505. 1988-12-18 — H. Borrah Kavelin, (b. 18 March, 1906, Russia), former member of the first House of Justice, passed ...
  506. 1988-12-29 — The Universal House of Justice issued a letter to the Baha'is in the United States published as <...
  507. 1989-00-05 — The New Era Foundation was formed by the US National Spiritual Assembly to sponsor a wide range of d...
  508. 1989-00-09 — The establishment of the Baha'i International Community's Office of the Environment in New York. Rid...
  509. 1989-02-01 — The inaugural publication of One Country, the newsletter of the Baha'i International Community. It w...
  510. 1989-09-01 — The Baha'i Office of the Environment was established as part of the Baha'i International Community i...
  511. 1990-00-25 — The U.S. House of Representatives unanimously adopted a resolution calling for the emancipation of t...
  512. 1990-01-26 — The Baha'i Chair for World Peace was established at the University of Maryland's Centre for Internat...
  513. 1990-03-31 — The first Baha'i International Chinese Symposium was held in San Francisco, California; it was atten...
  514. 1990-05-00 — The US Senate unanimously adopted a concurrent resolution condemning Iran's continued repression of ...
  515. 1990-10-00 — The publication of the last issue of the Baha'i News by the National Spiritual Assembly of the Unite...
  516. 1991-00-00 — The first major public statement of the National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of the United Sta...
  517. 1991-01-00 — Dr. Victor de Araujo, Baha'i representative to the United Nations for 23 years and the first full-ti...
  518. 1991-01-26 — Mottahedeh Development Services was established by the National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of...
  519. 1991-02-25 — In Iran, a secret government memorandum (known as the Golpaygani Memorandum) was drawn up by Iran's ...
  520. 1992-00-00 — Prime Minister Hamilton Green of Guyana made a formal state visit to the temple in Wilmette. [Baha'i...
  521. 1992-00-01 — The establishment of the Baha'i Chair for Peace at the University of Maryland in the United States. ...
  522. 1992-03-25 — William Benard Sears, (b.28 Mar 1911), Hand of the Cause of God, passed away in Tucson, Arizona. He ...
  523. 1992-04-02 — With a world population 5.48 billion, the American Baha'i population was 110,000 in more than 7000 c...
  524. 1992-06-18 — The passing of Counsellor Isobel Sabri, (b. 19 July, 1924) member of the International Teaching Cent...
  525. 1992-11-23 — The Second World Congress was held in New York City to commemorate the centenary of the passing of B...
  526. 1992-12-00 — The Universal House of Justice announced its decision to establish an Office for the Advancement of ...
  527. 1993-01-06 — The passing of John Birks "Dizzy" Gillespie (b. 21 October 1917, Cheraw, South Carolina). He was bur...
  528. 1993-01-19 — The Baha'i Chair for World Peace at the University of Maryland was inaugurated. It was situated in t...
  529. 1993-04-15 — The passing of Knight of Baha'u'llah Stanley Theodore Bagley, (b.2 February, 1912 in Bertrand, Misso...
  530. 1993-05-24 — The first general conference of Health for Humanitarian association of health professionals sponsore...
  531. 1993-08-28 — The first time that many religious representatives met with each other was at the World Parliament o...
  532. 1993-10-16 — The passing of Marzieh Nabil Carpenter Gail, the second child and eldest daughter of the first Persi...
  533. 1994-01-30 — The first worldwide fireside on the Internet, 'Pioneering in Cyberspace the Baha'i Faith and the Int...
  534. 1994-10-19 — The publication of In the Eyes of His Beloved Servants: The Second Baha'i World Congress and Holy Ye...
  535. 1995-01-03 — By decision of the National Spiritual Assembly of the United State, the Wilmette Institute was estab...
  536. 1995-10-02 — The publication of Turning Point For All Nations by the Baha'i International Community, United Natio...
  537. 1996-07-22 — The ECOSOC in <a href="https://undocs.org/en/E/1996/96">resolution 1996/6</a> (see p. 20...
  538. 1997-00-01 — The Tahirih Justice Center was founded to address the acute need for legal services of immigrant and...
  539. 1998-03-25 — The passing of former Universal House of Justice member (1963-1993) Mr. Hugh E Chance (b. 28 Decembe...
  540. 1998-11-23 — The National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of the United States announced the results of the ele...
  541. 1999-00-00 — The founding of the Institute for Studies in Global Prosperity (ISGP) as a non-profit organization t...
  542. 1999-05-05 — Firuz Kazemzadeh, Secretary for External Affairs for the National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is ...
  543. 2000-02-17 — The passing of Mildred Mottahedeh in New York. She had been elected to the International Baha'i Coun...
  544. 2000-05-22 — The United Nations Millennium Forum was held at United Nations Headquarters in New York. It attracte...
  545. 2000-08-28 — The Millennium Peace Summit of Religious and Spiritual Leaders was held in New York and involved mor...
  546. 2000-09-06 — The General Assembly Millennium Summit was held at the United Nations Headquarters in New York and w...
  547. 2000-10-31 — The United Nations Security Council unanimously passed Resolution 1325 on <a href="https://docume...
  548. 2000-11-02 — The passing of Creadell Johnetta Haley (b. 4 Jul 1916 in Pawhuska, Osage County, Oklahoma, USA) in W...
  549. 2000-12-12 — The 4th Annual Conference of the International Environment Forum (IEF) was held in Orlando, Florida....
  550. 2001-01-04 — The passing of Dr. Victor de Araujo of Vista, NY at the age of 78 years. He was born near London, En...
  551. 2001-12-23 — National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of the United States published a full-page advertisement ...
  552. 2002-06-27 — In commemoration of the Second Baha'i World Congress 23-26 November in 1992 in New York, a Festival ...
  553. 2002-09-21 — The dedication, at the Green Acre Baha'i School in Eliot Maine, the oldest permanent Baha'i school i...
  554. 2003-02-07 — The dedication of the Louis G. Gregory Museum in his birthplace, Charleston, South Carolina. [<a ...
  555. 2003-03-11 — Bani Dugal Gujral was appointed Principal Representative of the Baha'i International Community to th...
  556. 2004-12-20 — United Nations General Assembly passed a resolution expressing "serious concern" over the human righ...
  557. 2005-03-28 — As Chair of the NGO Commission on the Status of Women, Ms Bani Dugal facilitated and organized the p...
  558. 2005-09-06 — The passing of former Universal House of Justice member David S. Ruhe (b. 3 January, 1913) near Newb...
  559. 2005-09-15 — The 2005 World Summit was a follow-up summit meeting to the United Nations' 2000 Millennium Summit, ...
  560. 2005-10-01 — <a href="https://www.onecountry.org/story/search-values-age-transition">The Search for Values
  561. 2005-11-00 — Dr. John Grayzei was appointed to the Baha'i Chair for Peace at the University of Maryland in the Un...
  562. 2007-09-01 — In memory of Amatu'l-Baha Rúhiyyih Khanum and because the Native people had such a special place in...
  563. 2008-02-14 — The publication of a new statement from the Baha'i International Community entitled Eradicating Pove...
  564. 2008-12-06 — Regional Conferences were held in Portland, United States, Chicago, United States, Atlanta, United S...
  565. 2008-12-13 — Regional Conferences were held in Stamford, CT, Dallas, TX and Los Angeles, CA. [<a href="http:/...
  566. 2009-02-15 — The US House of Representatives introduced a resolution condemning the government of Iran for its st...
  567. 2009-02-20 — The UN reviewed the Declaration of Copenhagen and Programme of Action for Social Development on Nove...
  568. 2010-05-00 — The publication of Rethinking Prosperity: Forging Alternatives to a Culture of Consumerism," for th...
  569. 2010-07-02 — The UN General Assembly voted unanimously to create UN Women, (General Assembly resolution 64/289) a...
  570. 2011-02 22 — The 55th session of the Commission on the Status of Women took place at United Nations Headquarters ...
  571. 2011-05-30 — The passing of Knight of Baha'u'llah Gayle Wollson (b. 2 June 1913 Crookston MN) in Wilmette, IL. ...
  572. 2011-11-01 — The film <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WfMvzasCcXU">Education Under Fire</a> ...
  573. 2012-00-00 — Stanford University's Baha'i Collection was the first university-based collection of its kind in th...
  574. 2012-02-24 — The inaugural screening of Iranian Taboo by Dutch-Iranian filmmaker Reza Allamehzadeh in Los Angeles...
  575. 2012-07-01 — The Baha'i Chair for World Peace was assumed by Professor Hoda Mahmoudi who previously headed a rese...
  576. 2013-04-12 — The commemoration of the centenary of the visit of 'Abdu'l-Baha to North America. [<a href="http:...
  577. 2013-07-24 — The Universal House of Justice addressed a <a href="https://www.bahai.org/library/authoritative-t...
  578. 2013-07-28 — The passing of Amin Banani (b. 23 September 1926 in Tehran) in Santa Monica. He was survived by his ...
  579. 2015-02-27 — The premiere of the film To Light a Candle by Iranian-Canadian filmmaker and journalist, Maziar Maha...
  580. 2015-05-14 — A global campaign called "Seven Days in Remembrance of Seven Years in Prison for the Seven Baha'i Le...
  581. 2015-09-00 — As of this date the Baha'i community in the United States had about 175,000 Baha'is (less than one p...
  582. 2015-09-25 — The UN further defined its Sustainable Development goals at the United Nations Sustainable Developme...
  583. 2015-10-15 — The sixth Parliament called upon the world to Reclaim the Heart of Our Humanity and took place in Sa...
  584. 2016-00-00 — Asma Jilani Jahangir was selected as the Special Rapporteur in 2016. She was a human rights lawyer o...
  585. 2016-09-06 — In a <a href="https://www.bic.org/sites/default/files/pdf/ran/160906_bic_letter_to_rouhani_on_eco...
  586. 2016-10-26 — The report from the offices of the Baha'i International Community entitled The Baha'i Question Revis...
  587. 2017-05-05 — The film Changing the World, One Wall at a Time was premiered in Harlem on the 5th of May and in Los...
  588. 2017-09-18 — The release of the film entitled <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=URUN9R3A_Bgfeature=yout...
  589. 2017-11-17 — A committee of the United Nations General Assembly condemned Iran by a vote of 83 to 30 with 68 abst...
  590. 2018-01-25 — By way of a contribution to the 7th Annual ECOSOC Youth Forum at the United Nations, the Baha'i Inte...
  591. 2018-03-12 — The Baha'i International Community in New York released the statement <a href="https://www.bic.or...
  592. 2018-04-12 — The premiere of the documentary film, An American Story: Race Amity and The Other Tradition in a tel...
  593. 2018-05-09 — The premiere of the film The Gate: Dawn of the Baha'i Faith in Los Angeles. The first ever documenta...
  594. 2018-09-06 — The passing of Lily Ayman (b. 17 May 1929 in Tehran) in Chicago. She was buried in the <a href="h...
  595. 2019-12-19 — The US Department of the Treasury's Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) designated for sanctions...
  596. 2020-00-00 — The publication of <a href="http://irfancolloquia.org/pdf/fatheazam_last_refuge.pdf">The Last ...
  597. 2020-03-09 — The Baha'i International Community submitted a statement entitled Developing New Dynamics of Power t...
  598. 2020-03-23 — The passing of prominent jazz musician Mike Longo. He had a distinguished jazz career as a pianist,...
  599. 2020-04-28 — The United States Commission on International Religious Freedom is an independent, bipartisan federa...
  600. 2020-05-25 — George Floyd, an African-American man, was killed during an arrest by four police officers. Subseque...
  601. 2020-06-19 — The National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of the United States issued a statement entitled <...
  602. 2020-07-22 — The Universal House of Justice addressed a message to the Baha'is of the United States on the subjec...
  603. 2020-09-18 — The passing of Talat Bassari (b. 1923 Babol, Iran) in Los Angeles. She was an Iranian Baha'i poet, f...
  604. 2020-09-21 — The Baha'i International Community issued a statement entitled A Governance Befitting: Humanity and ...
  605. 2020-09-25 — The passing of former Universal House of Justice member Farzam Arbab (b. 1941 in Tehran) in San Dieg...
  606. 2020-10-01 — The release of the documentary film <a href="">Nasrin</a>, about the Iranian human right...
  607. 2020-10-21 — The Baha'i International Community launched the statement entitled <a href="https://www.bic.org/s...
  608. 2020-11-29 — The <a href="http://www.maryamsafajoo.art/works">paintings</a> of Maryam Safajoo depict ...
  609. 2021-00-00 — The publication of <a href="https://www.amazon.com/Bahai-Faith-Basics-Christopher-Buck-ebook/dp/B...
  610. 2021-04-27 — The National Spiritual Assembly of the United States provided guidance on the question of the vaccin...
  611. 2021-06-03 — The passing of John Kolstoe in Livingstone, Montana. [<a href="https://www.facebook.com/groups/mt...
  612. 2021-11-04 — The US premiere of the short film entitled <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=flbVcmU4YME"&...
  613. 2021-12-16 — The United Nations (UN) General Assembly has called on the Iranian government to end its discriminat...
  614. 2022-08-17 — The Universal House of Justice announced that a Persian Reviewing Panel, appointed by and operating ...
  615. 2022-10-01 — The passing of Kevin Locke, (b. Los Angeles, CA 1983) renowned Native American hoop dancer, self-tau...
  616. 2023-08-14 — The Parliament was held in Chicago at McCormick Place. The theme was A Call to Conscience: Defending...
  617. 2024-01-16 — The National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of the United States established the <I>Corinne...

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  1. 1968-04-00 — An article honouring the Centenary of Baha'u'llah's Proclamation to the Kings and religious leaders ...
 

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