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Observations of a Bahai traveller, 1908.

Remey, Charles Mason

Observations of a Bahai traveller, 1908.

by Remey, Charles Mason

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Published by The Carnahan Press in [Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bahais.

  • Edition Notes

    Preface signed: Charles Mason Remey.

    Other titlesA Bahai traveller.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBP365 .R42 1909
    The Physical Object
    Pagination94, [1] p.
    Number of Pages94
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17981218M
    LC Control Number18013653

    The Baháʼí in Azerbaijan crosses a complex history of regional changes. Through that series of changes the thread of the Baháʼí Faith traces its history in the region from the earliest moments of the Bábism religion, accepted by Baháʼís as a predecessor religion, in that one of its most prominent figures, Tahirih, was an Azerbaijani. Followers of the religion formed communities in. The Bahai movement; a series of nineteen papers upon the Bahai movement. Author Remey, Charles Mason, Published

    Observations Of A Bahai Traveller Signed W Provenance Baha’i Nice Copy A Year - $ A Year Amongst The Persians By Browne Bahai Tabriz Teheran Isfaban Kirman. The Bahá'í in Azerbaijan crosses a complex history of regional changes. Through that series of changes the thread of the Bahá'í Faith traces its history in the region from the earliest moments of the Bábism religion, accepted by Bahá'ís as a predecessor religion, in that one of its most prominent figures, Tahirih, was an Azerbaijani. Followers of the religion formed communities in.

    Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Observations of a Bahai Traveler by Charles Mason Remey (, Trade Paperback) at the best . The First Examination of the Bab at Tabriz / NotesIn this essay we present an excerpt from Edward G. Browne, A Traveller's Narrative [sic.], composed by `Abdu'l-Baha, a.k.a. `Abbas Efendi, in AD.[fn] "Edward G. Browne, A Traveller's Narrative (Makala-i-Shakhsi Sayyah), pp. Written to illustrate the episode of the Bab, composed A.D.


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