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The Navajo Tradition

 
AuthorLinda S. Covey
 
Title of item
The Navajo Tradition
 
Subtitle of item
Transition to the Bahá'í Faith
 
Volume
ed. Mark B. Spencer
 
Pages
68-78
Parent publication   Images, imaginations, and beyond: proceedings of the 8th Native American Symposium, November 2009
 
Publisher of this ed.
Oklahoma State University
Date of this edition 2010
 
ISBN-10
9780976385257
LanguageEnglish
Permission link
Posted 2015-03-17 by Jonah Winters
Classified in Published Articles
URLbahai-library.com/covey_navajo_tradition
Abstract Examines three reasons behind the conversion of some Navajo to Baha'i in the early 1960s: fulfillment of prophecy, cultural empowerment and autonomy, and protection of traditional practices.
Notes This document is online at se.edu/nas/publications.
Tags Interfaith dialogue; Native Americans
Cross-referencesSee also Diné Becoming Baha'i: Through the Lens of Ancient Prophecies.
Page views 891 hits since 2015-03-17
Document size463 bytes (does not include images or embedded PDFs)
OCLCOCN 669661974. Read more at oclc.org.
 
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2016-02-08 11:20 EST. See previous versions [archive.org].
 

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