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September 3

Caroline Augusta White Soule

1824 – Caroline Augusta White Soule was born in Albany, New York. She was principal of the female department of Clinton Liberal Institute in Clinton, New York. She was a member of the editorial staff of Ladies’ Repository from 1856 to 1865. In 1867, she founded Guiding Star and served as its editor until 1878. Soule went to Scotland as the first foreign missionary of the Universalist Church of America, taking up a ministry at St. Paul’s Universalist Church in Glasgow. Read more about Caroline Augusta White Soule.

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