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John Murray Atwood

1869 – John Murray Atwood was born in Brockton, Massachusetts. First a reporter for The Rocky Mountain News, he followed his father in becoming a Universalist minister and served churches in New York, Minnesota, and Maine. Atwood taught social ethics and served as dean at St. Lawrence University. He was also president of the Universalist General Convention.

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