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Notable American Unitarians, 1740-1900

This series of more than 100 biographies of individuals who have contributed to the development of liberal religion, as well as significant Unitarian figures from many areas of American history. Prominent among them are John and Abigail Adams, Thomas Jefferson, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Susan B. Anthony, William Ellery Channing, Margaret Fuller, Joseph Priestley, Nathaniel Hawthorne, and Charles W. Eliot.


Notable in UU History
John Eliot

John Eliot (1754-1813)

John Eliot was born in Boston, May 31, 1754. He was the fourth son and seventh ... Read More
Cover of Glorious Women

Glorious Women: Award-Winning Sermons About Women

Glorious Women: Award Winning Sermons About Women is a collection of sermons by Unitarian Universalist women ... Read More
Daniel Melcher

Daniel Melcher: Publishing Executive, 1912 – 1985

by Chandler B. Grannis Daniel Melcher, North American publishing executive, contributed to library service as an ... Read More
Witter Bynner

Witter Bynner (1881-1968)

Bynner's mother's family extended to an early president of Harvard, Charles Chauncy. When Bynner was born ... Read More