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This series, as described and created by Herbert Vetter, “celebrates the contribution to the life in America and beyond made by fourteen ministers, preists, and rabbis,” beginning with Martin Luther King, Jr.


Notable in UU History
Lawrence Abbott

Lawrence, Abbott (1792-1855)

The younger brother of Amos Lawrence was a businessman, diplomat, and philanthropist whose father fought at ... Read More
Mary Safford

Notable American Unitarians: Religion – Mary Safford

Mary Safford, 1851-1927 by Sarah Oelberg Around 1900, a joke was making the rounds in Unitarian ... Read More
Emerson’s first wife, Ellen Tucker. Courtesy of the Concord Museum.

Emerson’s First Marriage

The Living Legacy of Ralph Waldo Emerson Emerson’s travels as a supply preacher took him in ... Read More
Raymond Vernon

Raymond Vernon

Raymond Vernon, the Clarence Dillon Professor of International Affairs, Emeritus, at the Kennedy School of Government, ... Read More