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January 1

Paul Revere1735  – Paul Revere was born in Boston. Boston’s leading silversmith was official courier to carry the message that General Gage was to attack, signaling the start of the American Revolution. He was a leading member of the Second Church in Boston (Unitarian).

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Spear, Charles (1801-1863)

An important Universalist leader in the movement to reform prisons, Spear was born in Boston, and ... Read More

Deutsch, Karl W. (1912-1992)

Harvard University Faculty Memorial Minute Karl Wolfgang Deutsch, Stanfield Professor of International Peace, Emeritus, was born ... Read More
Gaebler at the Jewish Social Services Board

Gaebler, Max (1921-)

Born in 1921 in Watertown, Wisconsin, midway between Madison and Milwaukee, Gaebler attended Harvard College and ... Read More

Adams, James Luther (1901-1994)

James Luther Adams — "JLA," as he came to be affectionately known — was born in ... Read More