A History of the Baha'i Faith in South Carolina
My second book, A History of the Baha'i Faith in South Carolina (2019), is the first concise history of the first century of the new religion in a state with one of its strongest followings.
A slim volume at under 200 pages and intended for a general audience, it chronicles the arrival, growth, and development of a distinctively interracial religious movement from the dark days of Jim Crow segregation to the early 21st century.
With 70+ maps and historic images, including many that have never before been published, it provides the first opportunity for a new generation to see the faces of the remarkable Baha'i movement in South Carolina, as well as entirely new scholarship about the "Carolinian Pentecost" of the 1970s and 1980s.
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