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Women in UU History

This series offers a collection of biographies and other materials about women in Unitarian Universalist history.

Standing Before Us

The Harvard Square Library presents Standing Before Us, a presentation of 160 years of women’s work by Dorothy Emerson. This volume contains letters, essays, stories, poems and speeches by Unitarian and Universalist women, and includes a biographical sketch of each woman and notes on the texts.

Community Ministry

UU community ministers work in areas of social justice, chaplaincy, authorship and the arts, and educational and institutional leadership. This is ministry beyond the churches – it is community ministry.

Cakes for the Queen of Heaven

This book accompany’s the Unitarian Universalist Association’s seminal religious education course of the same title, first published in the early 1980s. We are delighted to have Rev. Shirley Ann Ranck’s book available at HSL.

Notable in UU History
Mary and Benjy Mann

Notable American Unitarians: Education — Mary Tyler Peabody Mann

Mary Tyler Peabody Mann, 1806-1887 The wife of Horace Mann—and sister of Elizabeth Palmer Peabody and ... Read More

Cakes for the Queen of Heaven

Cakes for the Queen by harvardsquarelibrary The full text of Cakes for the Queen of Heaven ... Read More

Horace Greeley (1811-1872)

Known for telling people to Go West! and settle the land, Greeley was the founder of ... Read More
Pete Seeger

Pete Seeger

Musician, singer, songwriter, folklorist, labor activist, environmentalist, and peace advocate, Seeger was born in Patterson, New ... Read More