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“Henry W. Bellows and the Organization of the National Conference,” by Conrad Wright

“Henry W. Bellows and the Organization of the National Conference”

by Conrad Wright

in The Liberal Christians: Essays on American Unitarian History

(Unitarian Universalist Association, 1970), pp. 81-109

Conrad Wright

Conrad Wright


This reading gives fuller details on the particular role of Henry Bellows and how he managed to bring off the organization of the National Conference at the end of the Civil War. It provides a frame for some of the other readings in the section.


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Used with the permission of the family of Conrad Wright.

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