Ella Goodall Cooper, (1870-1951) Prominent American Bahá’í teacher who accepted the Faith in 1898 and, with her mother Helen Goodall, helped establish the first Bahá’í community on the American West coast, in Oakland. She was among the third group of Western pilgrims to visit ‘Akka, in March 1899. After her second pilgrimage in 1908 she and her mother published a small book, “Daily Lessons Received at Acca”.

 

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