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February 9

Conrad Wright

1917 – Conrad Wright was born in Cambridge, Massachusetts. At Harvard Divinity School, where he became professor of American church history in 1969, he was an authority on American Unitarian history. His books included The Beginnings of Unitarianism in America (1955). Read more about Conrad Wright.

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