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1902 Sep c. Kanichi Yamamoto, the first Japanese to accept the Faith, becomes a Bahá'í in Hawaii. [BFA2:160; BW13:932; SBR179]
  • He writes to `Abdu'l-Bahá in Japanese. [SBR179]
  • See also BW13:931–3 and SBR176–86.
Hawaii Kanichi Yamamoto
1961 1 May Kanichi (Moto) Yamamoto, the first Japanese Bahá’í, passed away in Berkeley, California. [SBR185]
  • For the story of his life see SBR176–86.
  • For picture see SBR190.
  • Berkeley; California; United States Kanichi Yamamoto

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    1. Promoting Peace: 100 Years of the Baha'i Faith in Santa Paula, California, 1914-2014, by Anne King Sadeghpour (2017). Detailed history of the community in southern California, including references to Marzieh Gail, Ethelwyn Drew Hall, Florence Mayberry, Molly King, the Yamamotos, Asadullah Fadil-i-Mazandarani, Guy Murchie, Isabella Brittingham, Louise Waite, et al. [about]
     
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