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The Bahá'í Community of Ashkhabad
Title of item
| The Bahá'í Community of Ashkhabad|
Subtitle of item
| Its Social Basis and Importance in Bahá'í History|
| ed. Shirin Akiner|
|Parent publication || Cultural Change and Continuity in Central Asia|
Publisher of this ed.
|London: Kegan Paul|
|Date of this edition|| 1991|
|Posted|| 2010-05-25 by Jonah Winters|
|Classified in|| Published Articles|
|Abstract|| Origin and history of the Bahá'ís in Ishqabad (Ashgabat) in Turkistan, analysis of the social composition of this community, and its importance of in terms of the rest of the Bahá'í world. |
|Notes|| This article was presented at a conference "Cultural Change and Continuity in Central Asia" and the School of Oriental and African Studies, London, in April 1987. The layout is exactly as in the book. This article has been scanned and may contained errors due to the process of scanning and optical character recognition. |
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|Tags|| Bahai history by country|
|Locations|| Ishqabad; Turkmenistan|
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|Edit quality||high: carefully proofread and edited|
|Format quality||high: well formatted|
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