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|1899. 16 Feb
||The third group of Western pilgrims arrives in the Holy Land. [BFA1:145]
Birth of Hermann Grossmann, Hand of the Cause of God, in Rosario de Santa Fé, Argentina, into a family of German background.
- See BFA1:145 for those in the group.
|House of `Abdu'llah Pasha; Rosario de Santa Fé ; Argentina
||Hermann Grossmann; Hand of the Cause of God
|1919 20 Sep
||Martha Root arrives in Argentina, the first recorded visit of a Bahá'í to this country. [MR101]
- She remains in Buenos Aires until 4 October. [MR101]
- See MR101-2 and MRHK61-5 for her teaching work in Argentina.
- See MR103-6 and MRHK66-9 for her journey over the Andes on a mule.
|Buenos Aires; Argentina
||Martha Root; Andes
||The first Bahá’í of Paraguay, Maria Casati, of Formosa, Paraguay, becomes a Bahá’í in Buenos Aires.
|1940 (in the decade)
||Bahá’ís in Argentina face opposition throughout the decade with both the police and nationalists intimidating them.
||The first Bahá’í summer school in Argentina is held in Ezeiza. [BW11:45]
||The Regional Spiritual Assembly of Argentina, Chile, Uruguay, Paraguay and Bolivia is formed at Buenos Aires, Argentina. [BW13:257]
||Buenos Aires; Argentina
||The National Spiritual Assembly of Argentina is formed. [BW13:258]
||The first Mataco Indians to become Bahá’ís enrol in Argentina. [BW14:150]
||The first conference on the production of Bahá’í literature in Spanish is held in Argentina.