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|1899 Oct - Nov
||Stoyan Vatralsky, a Harvard educated, Bulgarian Christian, attacked the Bahá'ís, `Truth-knowers', in a series of talks in a church in Kenosha, Wisconsin. [BFA1:XXIX, 114–15; SBBH2:111 SBBH1p232; SBBH1p232-238]
By this time two per cent of the population of Kenosha were Bahá'ís. [BFA1:114]
See also WOB83 for others who wrote polemics against the Bahá'í Faith.
||Kenosha; Wisconsin; United States
||Opposition; Opposition, Christian; statistics