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“Handbook for Unitarian Churches”

Handbook for Unitarian Churches 

AUA (undated but prior to 1927)

pages 7 – 14

This document, probably late in Samuel Eliot’s administration (1900-27), gives a summary of Unitarian polity and the AUA. It serves as an introduction to Section VII.


The Handbook for Unitarian Churches is available here.

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