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Thomas E. Wise
Thomas E. Wise (1868- ?) was the second African American Universalist minister. After serving with the first African American Universalist minister, Joseph Jordan, at the First Universalist Church and school of Norfolk, Virginia, he founded two other Universalist missions in southeastern Virginia.
By Willard C. Frank, Jr.
Willard C. Frank , Jr., teaches history at Old Dominion University, Norfolk, Virginia. He has been a member of the Unitarian Church of Norfolk (Unitarian Universalist) since 1958. He has published A Year With Our Liberal Heritage (1984) and several articles on Unitarian Universalist history.
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