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1970 Ridván 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.
Georgetown; Guyana National Spiritual Assembly, formation
1977 Ridván The Bahá'ís of Guyana elected an independent assembly while Surinamé and French Guiana communities organized their own national assembly. The elected members of the first National Assembly of Guyana were Sheila Dolphin, Henry Dolphin, Ellen Widmer, Frank Sheffey, Ivan Fraser, Eileen Hill, David Morris, Rooplall Doodnauth, and Krishna Seegopaul. [BN No 555 June 1977 p11] Guyana National Spiritual Assembly, formation
1989 May Nearly 880 people became Bahá’ís in Guyana. [BINS202:8] Guyana mass conversion
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 Statistics
    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] Guyana Teaching; Statistics
    1992 May A series of postage stamps overprinted with ‘Bahá'í Holy Year' was released by the postal service in Guyana. [BW92–3:122] Guyana Stamps; Holy Years

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    1. Brief History of the Bahá'í Faith in Guyana, A (2009). Short overview of Bahá'í activities in this part of South America, since the first visit by Leonora Armstrong in 1927. [about]
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