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The New Massachusetts Universalist Convention. The New Massachusetts Universalist Convention is an organization of individual Unitarian Universalists devoted to fanning the flame of Universalism in order to inform the Unitarian Universalist movement today and to help light the way toward the future. Newsletter writer: Rev. Richard Trudeau. e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org http://home.att.net/~nmuc
Unitarian Universalist Women's Heritage Society (UUWHS): The Society seeks to recover and preserve the stories of UU women's lives so that future generations can be inspired by their wisdom and courage, celebrating the valuable gifts we have received from our Universalist and Unitarian foremothers. Rev. Dr. Dorothy May Emerson, Executive Director. e-mail: info@UUWHS.org
Unitarian Universalist Historical Society: The society encourages the work of historical research, documentation, and preservation by local congregations. The society also publishes the biennial Journal of Unitarian Universalist History. For membership information, contact Membership Clerk: Fred Stevens, P.O. Box 2776, Duxbury, MA 02331. e-mail: email@example.com http://www.uua.org/uuhs
Universalist Bibliography by Elizabeth Strong.
Adin Ballou. Website includes pictures, biography and works of Ballou.
The Standard of Practical Christianity (1839); Superiority of Moral to
Political Power (1845); Capital Punishment: Reasons for Immediate
Universalist Book Collection, Starr King School for the Ministry -- Most of this collection was made possible by the donation by Reverend Cornelis Bakker of his library to Starr King School.