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||Martha Root visited Cuba for one day, the first Bahá'í to do so, and lectured on the Bahá'í Faith.
|1939 8 May
||Philip and Laili June Marangella arrived in Cuba, the first Bahá’í pioneers to the country.
||First travel teachers and pioneers
|1939 (Late in the year)
||Sr. Perfecto Perez Toledo, the first Cuban Bahá’í, accepted the Faith.
||First Bahais by country or area
|1940 (In the year)
||A Bahá’í centre was opened in Havana, Cuba, and an organized group was formed.
||The National Spiritual Assembly of Cuba was formed. [BW13:258]
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