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||The National Spiritual Assembly of Guyana, Surinam and French Guiana was formed with its seat in Georgetown, Guyana. [BW15:238]
- For picture see BW15:144.
||Nearly 880 people became Bahá’ís in Guyana. [BINS202:8]
|1990 3 Jul
||The National Spiritual Assembly of Guyana announced that the Bahá'ís constitute about five percent of the total population of the country. [BINS228:1]
In some towns over 20 percent of the people are Bahá'ís. [BINS228:1]
||Guyana; Latin America
|1992 (In the year)
||Prime Minister Hamilton Green of Guyana made a formal state visit to the temple in Wilmette. [Bahá'í Newsreel Vol. 3 number 2; VV133]
||Guyana; Wilmette; United States
||Prime Ministers; Hamilton Green; Mashriqul-Adhkar, Wilmette; Prominent visitors
|1992 21 Apr
||After a three year teaching project in Guyana the Bahá'í population reached some 6% of the population. [Ridván Message 1992]
||A series of postage stamps overprinted with ‘Bahá'í Holy Year' was released by the postal service in Guyana. [BW92–3:122]
||Stamps; Holy Years
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- Brief History of the Bahá'í Faith in Guyana, A (2009). Short overview of Baha'i activities in this part of South America, since the first visit by Leonora Armstrong in 1927. [about]
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