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American Indians through Printed Materials of the Bahá'í Faith

Feb 07, 2021

There is a lot of printed material in the Faith on our collective efforts to teach American Indians. We can still use much of it in our efforts today. The importance of documenting our activities comes to light when we realize that what we have is only some of the story. More writing needs to be encouraged and reports of activities need to be filed. We will celebrate what has made it to print and give ease to those who would like to know where to begin to tell the story more fully.


You can view Dr. Beaston’s bibliography using the link below.

American Indians and the Bahá’í Faith

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Littlebrave Beaston

Dr. Littlebrave Beaston (Tsimshean, Makah, and Greek) received her Naturopathic Doctorate and Masters in Acupuncture at Bastyr University. She has been a Bahá’í since 1969 and currently lives in Austin, TX. She hopes that this research will inspire others to select a strand and write more. The field is wide open when it comes to writing about the many inspiring tales of American Indian Baha’is. Perhaps this will help.

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