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1939 25 Oct John Eichenauer, the first pioneer to El Salvador, arrived in San Salvador from Phoenix, Arizona.
  • He was just 17 years old, the youngest pioneer sent out in the First Seven Year Plan.
  • San Salvador; El Salvador; Phoenix; Arizona; United States John Eichenauer
    1939 2 Nov The first people to become Bahá'ís in El Salvador, Luis O. Pérez, Emilio Bermudez and José Manuel Vela, accepted the Faith in San Salvador. San Salvador; El Salvador First Bahais by country or area
    1939 4 Nov The first Nineteen Day Feast was held in San Salvador with four Bahá'ís in attendance. San Salvador; El Salvador Nineteen Day Feast
    1951 Mar The Bahá'ís of El Salvador called on the president of the Republic to dispel any suspicions that the Bahá'í community was linked to communism. El Salvador Communism
    1957 Ridván The Regional Spiritual Assembly of Mexico and the Republics of Central America was formed at Panama City, Panama. [BW13:257]
  • The countries involved were: Panama, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Honduras, El Salvador, Guatemala and Mexico.
  • Mexico; Panama; Costa Rica; Nicaragua; Honduras; El Salvador; Guatemala National Spiritual Assembly, formation
    1961 Ridván The National Spiritual Assembly of El Salvador was formed. [BW13:258]
  • For picture see BW13:263.
  • El Salvador National Spiritual Assembly, formation
    1994 Dec 7 – 9 The first World Press Exhibition was held by the Information and Public Relations Committees of the National Spiritual Assembly of El Salvador to mark the International Day of Peace. [BINS335:2] El Salvador Exhibitions; Peace

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    1. Exile from El Salvador: A Conversation with Antonio, by Eileen Estes and Richard Hollinger, in dialogue magazine, 1:4 (1987). Interview with a former member of the Salvadorean Bahá'í community about his history, and about threats to the Central American refugee community in Los Angeles. Includes report "Human Rights Workers in El Salvador Suppressed," by Steven Hall-Williams. [about]
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