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1588 (In the year) Ken and Mary (Zabolotny) McCulloch (married Aug 1958) moved to Baker Lake where they lived for over 20 years with their daughter Laura. While there they established Bahá'í House, promoted translation of Bahá'í materials into Inuktitut, and, above all, conveyed the spirit and principles of the Faith to their neighbours with tireless devotion. (CBN No109 Feb 1959 p4)
  • Mary died 1996 and Ken in Dec 2020. [Contributed by Leslie Cole]
  • Baker Lake, NU Pioneers; Mary McCulloch; Ken McCulloch; Bahai House; Translation, Inuktitut
    1967. 24 - 26 Mar The Arctic Policy Conference was held in Toronto. Present were 16 attendees, Hand of the Cause John Robarts, representatives of the National Spiritual Assembly, the Auxiliary Board, the National Pioneer Committee and individuals involved in the teaching work in the Arctic. It was decided to establish Bahá'í houses in Frobisher Bay (now Iqaluit) in the District of Franklin, Baker Lake in the District of Keewatin and Yellowknife in the District of Mackenzie. [SDSC278]
  • Photo of Bahá'í House in Baker Lake.
  • Toronto, ON; Frobisher Bay, NU; Baker Lake, NU; Yellowknife, NT; Iqaluit, NU Arctic Policy Conference; Bahai House; Hands of the Cause, Activities; John Robarts
    1996 (In the Year) To Diffuse the Fragrances was the unpublished memoir of Bahá'í life in the Arctic completed in 1994 and written by Ken and Mary McCulloch. [Bahá'í Community of Canada: A Case Study in the transplantation of Non-Western Religious Movements by Dr Will C. Van den Hoonaard, bibliography] Baker Lake, NU; Canada To Diffuse the Fragrances; Ken McCulloch; Mary McCulloch; Bahai House
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