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Notable American Unitarians Addenda

This addenda to Notable American Unitarians offers 22 biographical portraits of primarily nineteenth-century American Unitarians. They are written by Mark W. Harris, Minister of the historic First Parish in Watertown, Massachusetts, and an advisor to the work of HSL.


Notable in UU History
Charles Sumner

Notable American Unitarians: Government – Charles Sumner

Charles Sumner, 1811-1874 A most prominent opponent of slavery, U.S. Senator Charles Sumner, attacked slave power ... Read More
Celia Parker Woolley

Woolley, Celia Parker (1848-1918)

A leading citizen and reformer in Chicago, Woolley was born on June 14, 1848 in Toledo, ... Read More
Max Otto

Max Otto: Unitarian Humanist, 1876-1968

A BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE by G. C. Sellery Dean Emeritus, College of Letters and Sciences, University of ... Read More
Reverend Ralph Norman Helverson in his study, 1974

The Church in Harvard Square: Outreach To The World Community

Outreach To The World Community A Sixty Year Ministry – A View from the Year 2003 ... Read More