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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 Murray Forbes

Notable American Unitarians: Business — John Murray Forbes

John Murray Forbes: Railroad Pioneer and Abolitionist, 1813-1898 Born in Bordeaux, France, and raised in Milton, ... Read More
Margaret Moseley

Margaret Moseley: Mountain-Moving Civil Rights Activist, 1901-1997

A community peace and civil rights activist, Moseley was born in Dedham, Massachusetts in 1901, and ... Read More
David Reisman10/14/1999 Gazette

David Riesman

Like several eminent sociologists of his generation, David Riesman was trained in another discipline. After graduation ... Read More
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The Church in Harvard Square: Architectural Evolution

Architectural Evolution In the 1890s, the Parish seriously considered replacing the fifth meeting house with a ... Read More