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The Fringe of the East
|Author||Harry Charles Luke|
Title of item
| The Fringe of the East|
Subtitle of item
| A journey through past and present provinces of Turkey|
| 212, 264-267|
Publisher of this ed.
|London: Macmillan and Company|
|Date of this edition|| 1913|
|Permission|| public domain|
|Posted|| 2013-07-01 by Jonah Winters|
|Proofread|| 2013-07-02 by Jonah Winters|
|Classified in|| Book excerpts|
|Abstract|| Overview of the Bahá'ís and Azalis, and mentions of their history in Akka. Includes two excerpts of interest because they refer to "Báb" which in this context refers to a place, not the Prophet.|
|Notes|| Author's name is here written as "Harry Charles Lukach," but in other publications the surname is given as "Luke."|
This book is online in a variety of formats at archive.org, where the image scans below are available in larger zoom.
See also a PDF of the entire book with high-resolution images, prepared by Mike Thomas (2022).
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