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Abstract:
Overview of early Baha'i history, the Faith in Chicago, a review of Myron Phelps' book Life and Teachings of Abbas Effendi (1903), and a review of Ibrahim Kheiralla's book Beha Ullah (1900).
Notes:
Published in two parts, in June and July 1904, which are here combined in one document. To see the photographs, download the second and third PDFs. Also available as a Word document, open-court_new_religion_babism.docx. From archive.org: part 1 and part 2.

While the author is not identified other than as "editor," it is confirmed to be Paul Carus by Arthur Pillsbury Dodge in a subsquent issue, in which Dodge corrects some errors in the articles below.


A New Religion, Babism

by Paul Carus

published in The Open Court, 18:6-18:7, pages 355-376, 398-420
Chicago: 1904-06/07

1. Proofread, formatted text from issue 18:6 (June) and 18:7 (July)
see the missing pages 373-376 in the second PDF, below

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2. Text-based PDF, with photographs, of issue 18:6 (1904-06)

Click here to download: open-court_new_religion_1_images.pdf [1.5MB]

2. Text-based PDF, with photographs, of issue 18:7 (1904-07)

Click here to download: open-court_new_religion_2_images.pdf [1.8MB]
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