American Unitarian and Universalist Historical Scholarship

A Bibliography of Items Published 1946-1995 by Conrad Wright

Source: The Journal of Unitarian Universalist History, 28 (Part 1), 2001

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ID Author Title Type
4601 Douglas Angell "Examination of the Theory and Practice of Church Music in Unitarian Societies." Dissertation, Meadville Theological School, 1946.
diss
4602 Ferris Greenslet The Lowells and Their Seven Worlds, Boston, 1946.
Brief mention of the Reverend Charles Lowell; considerable information on John Lowell.
book
4603 Marie K. Hochmuth "William Ellery Channing, D.D.: A Study in Public Address." Dissertation, University of Wisconsin, 1946.
diss
4604 Anita Libman Lebeson "Hannah Adams and the Jews," Historia Judaica, 8 (1946): 113-134.
jnl
4605 Russel B. Nye "The Literary Theory of Theodore Parker," Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts, and Letters, 32 (1946): 457-470.
jnl
4606 Herbert W. Schneider A History of American Philosophy, New York, 1946.
W.E. Channing, pp. 61-67; Theodore Parker, pp. 262-268; and other references.
book
4607 John A. Stuart "Emerson’s Nature: Its Relation to Coleridge’s Transcendental Idealism." Dissertation, Northwestern University, 1946.
diss
4701 Alfred Mansfield Brooks "The First Parish in Gloucester, 1642-1942," Proceedings of the Unitarian Historical Society, Vol. 8, Pt. 1 (1947): 37-43.
jnl
4702 Frank Barnes "Nascent Unitarianism in Connecticut, 1800-1820." Dissertation, Columbia University, 1947.
diss
4703 Frank Chouteau Brown "The Spire of the First Religious Society in Newburyport, Massachusetts," Old-Time New England, 38 (1947): 27-32.
jnl
4704 Gaston Marcel Carrier "Samuel McChord Crothers, a Unitarian in Literature." Dissertation, Meadville Theological School, 1947.
diss
4705 John E. Dirks "The Critical Theology of Theodore Parker." Dissertation, Columbia University, 1947.
diss
4706 Lenthiel H. Downs "Emerson and Dr. Channing: Two Men from Boston," New England Quarterly, 20 (1947): 516-534.
jnl
4707 Christopher Rhodes Eliot "History of the Massachusetts Convention of Congregational Ministers from 1887 to 1941," Proceedings of the Unitarian Historical Society, Vol. 8, Pt. 1 (1947): 17-36.
Unitarians and Congregationalists continue to participate in the ancient Massachusetts Convention despite the split of 1805-25.
jnl
4708 Frederick May Eliot "Tensions in Unitarianism a Hundred Years Ago," Proceedings of the Unitarian Historical Society, Vol. 8, Pt. 1 (1947): 5-16.
jnl
4709 Henry Wilder Foote Thomas Jefferson: Champion of Religious Freedom, Advocate of Christian Morals, Boston, 1947.
book
4710 Edgar J. Goodspeed "Thomas Jefferson and the Bible," Harvard Theological Review, 40 (1947): 71-76.
jnl
4711 E.J. Kahn, Jr. "Democracy’s Friend," New Yorker, July 26, Aug. 2, Aug. 9, 1947.
Profile of Leon Milton Birkhead, especially with reference to activities as national director of Friends of Democracy.
jnl
4712 C. Grant Loomis "Sylvester Judd’s New England Lore," Journal of American Folk Lore, 60 (1947): 151-158.
New England life as portrayed in Judd’s novels: Margaret (1845), Richard Edney and the Governor’s Family (1850).
jnl
4713 Alice Eaton McBee, 2nd From Utopia to Florence: The Story of a Transcendentalist Community in Northampton, Mass., 1830-1852, Northampton, 1947.
Vol. 32 of Smith College Studies in History. William Adam was involved in this enterprise; its leaders had some contact with Brook Farm.
book
4714 Mary Cathryn Park "Joseph Priestley and the Problem of Pantisocracy." Dissertation, University of Pennsylvania, 1947.
Also published in Proceedings of the Delaware County Institute of Science, 11 (1947): 1-60.
diss
4715 Stow Persons Free Religion: An American Faith, New Haven, 1947.
The Free Religious Association.
book
4716 Jean Schorer Deux Grands Americains: W.- Channing, T. -Parker, Geneva, 1947?.
book
4717 J. Wesley Thomas "The Fifth Gospel," Modern Language Notes, 62 (1947): 445-449.
James Freeman Clarke’s novel, The Legend of Thomas Didymus.
jnl
4801 James Luther Adams, Thaddeus B. Clark "Impact of Modern Thought on Unitarianism," Christian Register, 127 (May 1948): 21-23.
jnl
4802 Daniel J. Boorstin The Lost World of Thomas Jefferson, Boston, 1948.
"Jeffersonian Christianity," pp. 151-156.
book
4803 Mary E. Burtis "M. D. Conway." Dissertation, Columbia University, 1948.
diss
4804 John Edward Dirks The Critical Theology of Theodore Parker, New York, 1948.
Publication of dissertation, Columbia University, 1947
book
4805 E. Stanton Hodgin Confessions of an Agnostic Clergyman, Boston, 1948.
New Bedford minister, 1920-38.
book
4806 Vincent F. Holden The Yankee Paul: Isaac Thomas Hecker, Milwaukee, 1948.
book
4807 Frank O. Holmes, Robert H. Schacht, Jr. "The Greenfield Group-Its Beginnings and History," Christian Register, 127 (May 1948): 45-48, 63.
jnl
4808 Warren Harry Johnson "The Current Preaching of Unitarian Ministers: With Particular Reference to Their Use of the Bible," Christian Register, 127 (Nov. 1948): 16-36.
jnl
4808.1 Lincoln, Nebraska A History of All Souls Unitarian Church, 1898-1948, Lincoln, Neb., 1948.
book
4809 George F. Newbrough "Reason and Understanding in the Works of Theodore Parker," South Atlantic Quarterly, 47 (1948): 64-75.
jnl
4810 Martha M. Pingel An American Utilitarian: Richard Hildreth as a Philosopher, New York, 1948.
Reprints Hildreth's "Letter to Andrews Norton on Miracles" and "Joint Letter to Orestes A. Brownson and the Editor of the 'North American Review'."
book
4811 Henry A. Pochman New England Transcendentalism and St. Louis Hegelianism, Philadelphia, 1948.
book
4812 William H. Riback "Theodore Parker of Boston: Social Reformer," Social Service Review, 22 (1948): 451-460.
jnl
4813 Lewis P. Simpson "The Era of Joseph Stevens Buckminster: Life and Letters in the Boston-Cambridge Community, 1800-1815 ." Dissertation, University of Texas, 1948.
diss
4814 Walter E. Stephens "A Sociological Study of Unitarianism in Illinois." Dissertation, Meadville Theological School, , 1948.
diss
4815 Katharine Augusta Sutton, Robert Francis Needham Universalists at Ferry Beach: A History, Boston, 1948.
book
4816 Horace F. Westwood, George H. Williams "Contemporary Trends in Unitarian Thinking," Christian Register, 127 (May 1948): 17-20, 23.
jnl
4817 Gardner Williams "Francis Ellingwood Abbot: Free Religionist. The Toledo Episode, 1869-1873," Northwest Ohio Quarterly, 20 (1948): 128-143.
jnl
4901 David P. Edgell "A Note on Channing's Transcendentalism," New England Quarterly, 22 (1949): 394-397.
jnl
4902 Edwin R. Edmonds "The Principle of Social Correlation in the Social Ethics of Francis Greenwood Peabody." Dissertation, Boston University, 1949.
diss
4903 Roger F. Etz "John Coleman Adams, Prophet of the Larger Faith," Christian Leader, 131 (1949): 442-446.
jnl
4904 David Mead "Theodore Parker in Ohio," Northwest Ohio Quarterly, 21 (1948/49): 18-23.
Reprinted in his Yankee Eloquence in the Middle West: The Ohio Lyceum 1850-1870, E. Lansing, 1951, 142-148.
jnl
4905 Ralph L. Rusk The Life of Ralph Waldo Emerson, New York, 1949.
book
4906 Kenneth J. Smith "John Haynes Holmes: Opponent of War." Dissertation, Meadville Theological School, 1949.
diss
4907 Charles E. Snyder "Unitarianism in Iowa," The Palimpsest, 30 (1949): 345-376.
jnl
4908 J. Wesley Thomas "A Hitherto Unpublished Textual Criticism by James Freeman Clarke of Margaret Fuller's Translation of 'Tasso' ," Monatshefte, 41 (1949): 89-92.
jnl
4909 John Wesley Thomas James Freeman Clarke: Apostle of German Culture to America, Boston, 1949.
book
4910 J. Wesley Thomas "New Light on Margaret Fuller's Projected 'Life of Goethe'," Germanic Review, 24 (1949): 216-223.
jnl
4911 W.E. Washburn "The Oriental 'Roots' of American Transcendentalism," Southwestern Journal, 4 (1949): 141-155.
jnl
4912 George H. Williams Rethinking the Unitarian Relationship with Protestantism: An Examination of the Thought of Frederic Henry Hedge (1805-1890), Boston, 1949.
book
5001 Warner B. Berthoff "Jones Very: New England Mystic," Boston Public Library Quarterly, 2 (1950): 63-76.
jnl
5002 Arthur W. Brown "Always Young for Liberty: A Critical Biography of Dr. William Ellery Channing." Dissertation, Syracuse University, 1950.
Divinity School Library primarily.
diss
5003 Arnold Crompton Apostle of Liberty: Starr King in California, Boston, 1950.
Reprinted 1975 as Vol. 1, No. 2 of Uniquest (Berkeley).
book
5004 Perry Miller The Transcendentalists: An Anthology, Cambridge, Mass., 1950.
book
5005 Edgar Lindsley McCormick "Thomas Wenrworth Higginson as a Literary Critic." Dissertation, University of Michigan, 1950. DA 1702.
diss
5006 Henry Wilder Foote "The Historical Background of the Present King's Chapel," Proceedings of the Unitarian Historical Society, Vol. 8, Pt. 2 (1950): 34-46.
jnl
5007 Charles G. Girelius "Francis Adrian van der Kemp: Unitarian Pioneer," Proceedings of the Unitarian Historical Society, Vol. 8, Pt. 2 (1950): 5-17.
jnl
5008 J.C. Levenson "Christopher Pearse Cranch: The Case History of a Minor Artist in America," American Literature, 21 (1950): 415-426.
jnl
5009 Clinton Rossiter "The Life and Mind of Jonathan Mayhew," William and Mary Quarterly, 7 (1950): 531-558.
jnl
5010 Lewis P. Simpson "'The Intercommunity of the Learned': Boston and Cambridge, in 1800," New England Quarterly, 23 (1950): 491-503.
jnl
5011 Lewis P. Simpson "'The Literary Miscellany' and 'The General Repository'," Library Chronicle [of the University of Texas], 3 (1950): 177-190.
jnl
5012 Carleton P. Small "Unitarianism in Maine," Proceedings of the Unitarian Historical Society, Vol. 8, Pt. 2 (1950): 19-33.
jnl
5013 H. Shelton Smith "Was Theodore Parker a Transcendentalist?"," New England Quarterly, 23 (1950): 351-364.
jnl
5014 Clotilde Grunsky Taylor "Starr King Heads List: Subscribers to First Unitarian Society's Building Fund," California Historical Society Quarterly, 29 (1950): 251-254.
jnl
5015 J. Wesley Thomas "John Sullivan Dwight: A Translator of German Romanticism," American Literature, 21 (1950): 427-441.
jnl
5016 Reino Virtanen "Tocqueville and William Ellery Channing," American Literature, 22 (1950): 21-28.
jnl
5017 W.E. Washburn "The Orient in Mid-Nineteenth Century American Literature," Southwestern Journal, 5 (1950): 73-82.
jnl
5101 Daniel Aaron Men of Good Hope, New York, 1951.
Emerson, pp. 3-20; Parker, pp. 21-51
book
5102 Sydney E. Ahlstrom "Francis Ellingwood Abbot: His Education and Active Career." Dissertation, Harvard University, 1951.
diss
5103 Henry J. Cadbury "Religious Books at Harvard," Harvard Library Bulletin, 5(1951): 159-180.
Divinity School Library primarily
jnl
5104 Hal Curtis Starr King, Patriot and Mason, San Francisco, 1951.
book
5105 Edwin S. Gaustad "Charles Chauncy and the Great Awakening: A Survey and Bibliography," Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 45(1952): 125-135.
jnl
5106 Hugo P. Learning "The Teaching of Social Ethics at the Meadville Theological School, 1855-1944." Dissertation, Meadville Theological School, 1951.
diss
5107 Leonard William Levy "Lemuel Shaw: Chief Justice of Massachusetts, 1830-1860." Dissertation, Columbia University, 1951. DA 2832.
Reference to decisions arising from the Unitarian controversy.
diss
5108 Harry Chamberlain Meserve "The First Unitarian Society in San Francisco, 1850 to 1950," Proceedings of the Unitarian Historical Society, Vol. 9, Pt. 1 (1951): 24-44.
jnl
5109 F. DeWolfe Miller Christopher Pearse Cranch and His Caricatures of New England Transcendentalism, Cambridge, Mass., 1951.
book
5110 Clifford K. Shipton Biographical Sketches of Those Who Attended Harvard College in the Classes 1726-1730, [ Sibley's Harvard Graduates, Vol. 8], Boston, 1951.
Benjamin Kent pp. 220-239; Robert Breck, pp. 661-680.
series
5111 Earl Morse Wilbur "How the History Came to be Written," Proceedings of the Unitarian Historical Society, Vol. 9, Pt. 1 (1951): 5-23.
Also in Christian Register, 130 (Feb. 1951): 21-26.
jnl
5201 Charles Wesley Akers "The Life of Jonathan Mayhew, 1720-1766." Dissertation, Boston University, 1952.
diss
5202 Charles E. Blackburn "James Freeman Clarke : An Interpretation of the Western Years (1833-1840)." Dissertation, Yale University, 1952.
diss
5203 Mary Elizabeth Burtis Moncure Conway, 1832-1907, New Brunswick, N.J., 1952.
book
5204 William Kenneth Christian "The Mind of Edward Everett." Dissertation, Michigan State College, 1952.
diss
5205 Earle Coleman "Edward Everett Hale: Preacher as Publisher," Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 46 (1952): 139-150.
jnl
5206 Charles A. Collier, Jr. "Aspects in the Growth of American Universalism." Dissertation, Harvard College, 1952.
diss
5207 Samuel Atkins Eliot, ed. Heralds of a Liberal Faith, Vol. 4, "The Pilots", [ Heralds of a Liberal Faith ], Boston, 1952.
Biographical sketches of Unitarian ministers active at the close of the nineteenth century and in the early decades of the twentieth.
series
5208 Melville C. Freeman "History of the First Congregational Parish Unitarian of Kennebunk," Proceedings of the Unitarian Historical Society, Vol. 9, Pt. 2 (1952): 25-37.
jnl
5209 James F. Lewis "The Unitarian Service Committee." Dissertation, University of California, Berkeley, 1952.
diss
5210 Charles H. Lyttle Freedom Moves West: A History of the Western Unitarian Conference, 1852-1952, Boston, 1952.
book
5211 David Hicks MacPherson "Trends in Universalist Churches in Massachusetts in the First Half of the Twentieth Century." Thesis, Tufts College, 1952.
diss
5212 John McKinstry Merriam "The First Parish of Framingham, 1701 to 1951," Proceedings of the Unitarian Historical Society, Vol. 9, Pt. 2 (1952):1-24.
jnl
5213 Gustavus Swift Paine "Ungodly Carriages on Cape Cod," New England Quarterly, 25 (1952): 181-198.
The Arminianism of the Reverend Samuel Osborn (1685-1774) of Orleans.
jnl
5214 Robert Lee Patterson The Philosophy of William Ellery Channing, New York, 1952.
book
5215 Robert Dale Richardson 125 Years of Unitarian Sunday Schools, Boston, 1952.
book
5216 Frank H. Roye "Francis Greenwood Peabody and His Christian Social Thought." Dissertation, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 1952.
diss
5217 Arthur R. Schoenfeldt "Charles Timothy Brooks: Translator of German Literature," American German Review, 18 (Feb. 1952): 22-23.
jnl
5218 Lewis P. Simpson "Not Men, But Books," Boston Public Library Quarterly, 4 (1952): 167-184.
jnl
5219 Joseph Slater "George Ripley and Thomas Carlyle," Publications of the Modern Language Association of America (PMLA), 67 (1952): 341-349.
jnl
5220 Earl Morse Wilbur A History of Unitarianism in Transylvania, England. and America, Cambridge, Mass., 1952.
George Ticknor and Edward Everett abroad.
book
5301 Albert D. Bell The Life and Times of Dr. George de Benneville (1703-1793), Boston, 1953.
book
5302 Arthur S. Bolster, Jr. "The Life of James Freeman Clarke." Dissertation, Harvard University, 1953.
diss
5303 Derek Keith Colville "James Freeman Clarke: A Practical Transcendentalist and His Writings." Dissertation, Washington University, 1953. DA 54:1569.
diss
5304 Frances E.F. Cornish Louis Craig Cornish, Interpreter of Life, Boston, 1953.
book
5305 Katherine F. Crothers "The Early Life of Samuel McChord Crothers," Proceedings of the Cambridge Historical Society, 33 (1953): 100-116.
jnl
5306 Rosalie Feltenstein "Mary Moody Emerson: The Gadfly of Concord," American Quarterly, 5 (1953): 231-246.
jnl
5307 Walter L. Fertig "John Sullivan Dwight: Transcendentalist and Literary Amateur of Music." Dissertation, University of Maryland, 1953.
diss
5308 Edwin S. Gaustad "The Theological Effects of the Great Awakening in New England," Mississippi Valley Historical Review, 40 (1953): 681-706.
jnl
5309 Frederick R. Griffin 1917-1947: An Era in the History of the First Unitarian Church of Philadelphia, Philadelphia], 1953.
book
5310 Benjamin Blakely Hickok "The Political and Literary Careers of F.B. Sanborn." Dissertation, Michigan State College, 1953.
diss
5311 Anne Holt "Some English Dissenters and Their American Friends," Proceedings of the Unitarian Historical Society, Vol. 10, Pt. 1 (1953): 28-40.
jnl
5312 Alexander Kern "The Rise of Transcendentalism, 1815-1860," pp. 247-314 in Harry Hayden Clark, ed., Transitions in American Literary History, Durham, N.C., 1953.
article in book
5313 Leonard W. Levy "Satan's Last Apostle In Massachusetts," American Quarterly, 5 (1953): 16-30.
Abner Kneeland
jnl
5314 John E. MacNab "Unitarians and Socialistic Ideas in the United States Prior to 1869," Proceedings of the Unitarian Historical Society, Vol. 10, Pt. 1 (1953): 3-27.
jnl
5315 John Herbert Martin "Theodore Parker." Dissertation, University of Chicago, 1953.
diss
5316 [Harold C. Perham] The Maine Book on Universalism, West Paris, Me.], 1953.
book
5317 Madeleine Hooke Rice "William Ellery Channing: The Making of a Social Gospel," Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, 97 (1953): 31-43.
jnl
5318 Harry M. Sherman "Abner Kneeland: Religious Pioneer." Thesis, Tufts College, 1953.
diss
5319 Stephen E. Whicher Freedom and Fate: An Inner Life of Ralph Waldo Emerson, Philadelphia, 1953.
book
5401 Charles E. Blackburn "Some New Light on the Western Messenger ," American Literature, 26 (1954): 320-326.
jnl
5402 Arthur S. Bolster, Jr. James Freeman Clarke: Disciple to Advancing Truth, Boston, 1954.
book
5403 M.A. Fitzsimmons "Brownson's Search for the Kingdom of God: The Social Thought of an American Radical," Review of Politics, 16 (1954): 22-36.
jnl
5404 Joseph C. Grannis "Henry Ware, Sr.: Hollis Professor of Divinity at Harvard, 1805-1840." Honors thesis, Harvard College, 1954.
diss
5405 Laura S. Hersey "By Their Works ": Biographical Sketches of Universalist Women, Boston, 1954.
book
5406 Jeannette Hopkins Books That Will Not Burn, Boston, 1954.
The first century of official Unitarian book publishing in the United States,1854-1954.
book
5407 Samuel A. Johnson The Battle Cry of Freedom: The New England Aid Company in the Kansas Crusade, Lawrence, Kans., 1954.
Edward Everett Hale was deeply involved in the affairs of the Emigrant Aid Company.
book
5408 William Clifton Moore "Christian Education in the Light of Three Theological Views of Man." Dissertation, Boston University School of Theology, 1954. DA 54-1617.
Henry Nelson Wieman one of the three theologians discussed.
diss
5409 David B. Parke "Unitarianism at Antioch College," Proceedings of the Unitarian Historical Society, Vol. 10, Pt. 2 (1954): 1-25.
Reference to Horace Mann.
jnl
5410 John E. Reinhardt "The Evolution of William Ellery Channing's Sociopolitical Ideas," American Literature, 26 (1954): 154-165.
jnl
5411 Harold Schwartz "Fugitive Slave Days in Boston," New England Quarterly, 27 (1954): 191-212.
Theodore Parker.
jnl
5412 Lewis P. Simpson "A Literary Adventure of the Early Republic: The Anthology Society and the Monthly Anthology," New England Quarterly, 27 (1954): 168-190.
Material from this article later incorporated into the Introduction of The Federalist Literary Mind (6223).
jnl
5413 Madeleine B. Stern "James P. Walker and Horace B. Fuller: Transcendental Publishers," Boston Public Library Quarterly, 6 (1954): 123-140.
Walker was virtually the official publisher for the A.U.A.; he did not limit his publishing to the Transcendental wing of the denomination.
jnl
5414 J.A. Wagner "The Oratory of Thomas Starr King," California Historical Society Quarterly, 33 (1954): 219-227.
jnl
5415 George Hunston Williams, ed., Sydney E. Ahlstrom The Harvard Divinity School: Its Place in Harvard University and in American Culture, Boston, 1954.
Chapters by Conrad Wright, Sydney E. Ahistrom, Willard L. Sperry, Levering Reynolds, Jr., and Ralph Lazzaro.
book
5416 Richard M. Woodman "An Evaluation of Data Relevant to the Decreasing Number of Churches in the New York State Convention of Universalists, 1900-1954." Dissertation, Thesis, Canton Theological School (St. Lawrence University), 1954.
diss
5501 Sydney E. Ahlstrom "The Scottish Philosophy and American Theology," Church History, 24 (1955): 257-272.
jnl
5502 Earl Burk Braly "The Reputation of David Hume in America." Dissertation, University of Texas, 1955. DA 56-523.
Influence of Scottish school on Channing and Emerson.
diss
5503 Eugene Robert Chable "A Study of the Interpretation of the New Testament in New England Unitarianism." Dissertation, Columbia University, 1955. DA 56-618.
Buckminster, Norton, Channing, Parker.
diss
5504 Charles Robert Crowe "George Ripley, Transcendentalist and Utopian Socialist." Dissertation, Brown University, 1955. DA 56-526.
diss
5505 Charles R. Crowe "Transcendentalism and the Providence Literati," Rhode Island History, 14 (1955): 65-78.
Ripley, Clarke, Fuller, Emerson, C.T. Brooks.
jnl
5506 David P. Edgell William Ellery Channing: An Intellectual Portrait, Boston, 1955.
book
5507 Bernhard Fabian "Jefferson's Notes on Virginia: The Genesis of Query xvii, The different religions received into that State?," William and Mary Quarterly, 12 (1955): 124-138.
jnl
5508 Ida M. Folsom, ed. History of the Association of Universalist Women, Boston, 1955.
book
5509 Adrian Jaffe "Ernest Renan's Analysis of Channing," French Review, 28 (1954/5): 218-223.
jnl
5510 Sydney Kaplan "Taussig, James and Peabody: A 'Harvard School' in 1900?," American Quarterly, 5 (1955): 315-331.
jnl
5511 Martin Luther King, Jr. "A Comparison of the Conceptions of God in the Thinking of Paul Tillich and Henry Nelson Wieman." Dissertation, Boston University, 1955. DA 59-193.
diss
5512 R.W.B. Lewis The American Adam: Innocence, Tragedy and Tradition in the Nineteenth Century, Chicago, 1955.
Parker and Brownson, pp. 174-193.
book
5513 William Henry Pease "William Channing Gannett: A Social Biography." Dissertation, University of Rochester, 1955.
diss
5514 Abe Carl Ravitz "John Pierpont: Portrait of a Nineteenth Century Reformer." Dissertation, New York University, 1955. DA 58-4690.
diss
5515 F. Merrill Root Collectivism on the Campus: The Battle for the Mind in American Colleges, New York, 1955.
A right wing, cold war, McCarthyite interpretation, including some reference to Alexander St. Ivanyi at M.I.T. (which is not in accord with my personal first-hand recollection).
book
5516 Lawrence Farnsworth Small "Unitarianism Down East: The Movement in Maine to 1900 with Its Colonial New England Background." Dissertation, Harvard University, 1955.
diss
5517 H. Shelton Smith Changing Concepts of Original Sin: A Study in American Theology Since 1750, New York, 1955.
Samuel Webster, Charles Chauncy, W.E. Channing, H. Ware, Sr.
book
5518 Akihike Sone "The Religious Thought of W.E. Channing," Historical Review, 43/44 (1955): 134-157.
Text in Japanese.
jnl
5519 David Wesley Soper "Process, Purpose and Power: James Luther Adams' Union of Theology and History," Hibbert Journal, 53 (1954/55): 165-174.
Abridgment of a chapter in Soper's book, Men Who Shape Belief.
jnl
5520 Robert Spence "D.A. Wasson, Forgotten Transcendentalist," American Literature, 27 (1955): 31-41.
jnl
5521 Donald H. Stewart, George P. Clark "Misanthrope or Humanitarian? John Adams in Retirement," New England Quarterly, 28 (1955): 216-236.
Based on the "Memoirs" of the Reverend John Pierce in the Massachusetts Historical Society.
jnl
5522 James A. Swanson "A History of Lombard College, 1851-1930," 1955.
typescript
5523 Stanley M. Vogel German Literary Influences on the American Transcendentalists, New Haven, 1955.
book
5524 Earl Morse Wilbur "Reminiscences of a Divinity School Graduate of the Class of 1890," Harvard Divinity School Bulletin, 20 (1954/55): 77-96.
jnl
5525 Conrad Wright The Beginnings of Unitarianism in America, Boston, 1955.
The Arminian phase, 1735-1805.
book
5601 James Basden "A Study in the Rise of Early American Unitarianism." Dissertation, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, 1956.
diss
5602 Arthur W. Brown Always Young for Liberty, Syracuse, N.Y., 1956.
William Ellery Channing.
book
5603 Mary Elizabeth Burtis "Moncure Conway: Earthward Pilgrim," pp. 233-256 in Dickinson College, John and Mary's College: The Boyd Lee Spahr Lectures in Americana, Vol. 2, Carlisle, Penn., 1956.
article in book
5604 Kenneth Walter Cameron "History and Biography in Emerson's Unpublished Sermons," Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society, NS 66 (1956): 103-118.
jnl
5605 Alfred Storer Cole Clarence Skinner: Prophet of Twentieth Century Universalism, Boston, 1956.
book
5606 John Herbert Giltner "Moses Stuart: 1780-1852." Dissertation, Yale University, 1956. DA 65-2021.
Orthodox controversialist (Andover Theological Seminary) opposed by Andrews Norton.
diss
5607 Jean Holloway Edward Everett Hale: A Biography, Austin, Tex., 1956.
book
5608 Mark DeWolfe Howe "The Creative Period in the Law of Massachusetts," Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, 69 (1956): 232-251.
References to Baker v. Fales and related cases.
jnl
5609 William R. Hutchison "The Transcendentalists as Church Reformers." Dissertation, Yale University, 1956.
diss
5610 Alfred Joseph Kloeckner "The Moral Sentiment: A Study of Emerson's Moral Terminology." Dissertation, Indiana University, 1956. DA 57-573.
diss
5611 Bernhard Knollenberg, ed. "Thomas Hollis and Jonathan Mayhew: Their Correspondence, 1759-1766," Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, 69 (1956): 102-193.
jnl
5612 Harold A. Larrabee "Truculent Thomas Cooper: Foe of Tyranny, Friend of Freedom," pp. 180-211 in Dickinson College, John and Mary's College: The Boyd Lee Spahr Lectures in Americana, Vol. 2, Carlisle, Penn., 1956.
article in book
5613 William H. Pease "Doctrine and Fellowship: William Channing Gannett and the Unitarian Creedal Issue," Church History, 25 (1956): 3-31.
jnl
5614 Abe C. Ravitz "John Pierpont, Abolitionist," Boston Public Library Quarterly, 8 (1956): 195-200.
jnl
5615 Franz Schober "W. E. Channing's Gedankengut: Eine Untersuchung seiner weltanschau lichen Grundideen." Dissertation, Friedrich-Alexander-Universitat, Erlangen., 1956.
Inaugural dissertation, Friedrich-Alexander-Universitat, Erlangen.
diss
5616 Harold Schwartz Samuel Gridley Howe, Social Reformer, Cambridge, Mass., 1956.
book
5617 Clifford K. Shipton Biographical Sketches of Those Who Attended Harvard College in the Classes 1731-1735, [ Sibley's Harvard Graduates, Vol. 9], Boston, 1956.
Thomas Barnard, pp. 120-29; John Rogers, pp. 189-98.
series
5618 Wilson Smith Professors and Public Ethics: Studies of Northern Moral Philosophers Before the Civil War, Ithaca, N.Y., 1956.
James Walker and the Problem of the Harvard Moral Philosophy, Ch. 8.
book
5619 Madeleine B. Stern Imprints on History: Book Publishers and American Frontiers, Bloomington, Ind., 1956.
Includes article on James P. Walker and Horace B. Fuller previously published (5413).
book
5620 Martha Hardwick Swann "John Crenshaw Burrus," Alabama Historical Quarterly, 18 (1956): 137-141.
jnl
5621 Lloyd C. Taylor, Jr. "To make Men Free: An Interpretative Study of Lydia Maria Child." Dissertation, Lehigh University, 1956. DA 56-3890.
diss
5622 James Anthony Vendettuoli, Jr. "The History of the Alumni Association of Harvard Divinity School," Harvard Divinity School Bulletin, 21 (1955/56): 103-126.
jnl
5623 Austin Warren New England Saints, Ann Arbor, Mich., 1956.
Includes "C. F. Norton, Apostle to the Gentiles," previously published in The American Review, Nov. 1936.
book
5624 John B. Wilson "A Transcendental Minority Report," New England Quarterly, 29 (1956): 147-158.
Elizabeth P. Peabody.
jnl
5625 Harold B. Wohl "Charles Chauncy and the Age of Enlightenment in New England." Dissertation, State University of Iowa, 1956. DA 56-3014.
diss
5626 Conrad Wright "Emerson, Barzillai Frost, and the Divinity School Address," Harvard Theological Review, 49 (1956): 19-43.
Reprinted in Conrad Wright, The Liberal Christians (7043), pp. 41-61.
jnl
5701 Sydney E. Ahlstrom "The Interpretation of Channing," New England Quarterly, 39 (1957): 99-105.
jnl
5702 Irving H. Bartlett "Introduction," pp. vii-xxx in William Ellery Channing, Unitarian Christianity and Other Essays, New York, 1957.
article in book
5703 Gladys Brooks Three Wise Virgins, New York, 1957.
Dorothea L. Dix, pp. 3-80; Elizabeth P. Peabody, pp. 83-153; Catherine Maria Sedgwick, pp. 157-244
book
5704 Ira V. Brown "The Religion of Joseph Priestley," Pennsylvania History, 24 (1957): 85-100.
jnl
5705 Lon Ray Call "Fellowship Plan Justified in Ten Years," Christian Register, 136 (Apr. 1957): 10.
jnl
5706 Ernest Cassara "Hosea Ballou, Preacher of Universal Salvation." Dissertation, Boston University, 1957.
Ballou's thought compared with that of Channing.
diss
5707 Derek Colville "A Transcendentalist in Old Kentucky," Kentucky State Historical Society Register, 55 (1957): 425-429.
Two letters from James Freeman Clarke to Margaret Fuller.
jnl
5708 Derek Colville "The Transcendentalist Friends: Clarke and Margaret Fuller," New England Quarterly, 30 (1957):378-382.
jnl
5709 Arnold Crompton Unitarianism on the Pacific Coast: The First Sixty Years, Boston, 1957.
book
5710 Merle Curti "Our Golden Age," Proceedings of the Unitarian Historical Society, Vol. 11, Pt. 2 (1957): 14-28.
First Unitarian Society, Madison, Wisconsin.
jnl
5711 John Duffy, ed. Parson Clapp of the Strangers' Church of New Orleans, Baton Rouge, La., 1957.
Sketch of Clapp's life, pp. 3-48; partial reprint of Clapp's autobiography, pp. 49-l74.
book
5712 Bernhard Fabian "The Channing Revival: Remarks on Recent Publications," Jahrbuch fur Amerikastudien, 2 (1957): 197-212.
jnl
5713 Henry Wilder Foote "The Harvard Divinity School As I Have Known It," Proceedings of the Cambridge Historical Society, 36 (1957): 53-74.
jnl
5714 Edwin Scott Gaustad The Great Awakening in New England, New York, 1957.
book
5715 Edward Pierce Hamilton A History of Milton, Milton, Mass., 1957.
The Church, pp. 113-139.
book
5716 Munroe Husbands "Fellowship Can Accomplish Anything It Will," Christian Register, 136 (Apr. 1957): 11, 35.
jnl
5717 Frances W. Knickerbocker "New England Seeker: Sarah Bradford Ripley," New England Quarterly, 30 (1957): 3-22.
jnl
5718 Leonard W. Levy The Law of the Commonwealth and Chief Justice Shaw, Cambridge, Mass., 1957.
The Unitarian Controversy, on the Brookfield Case, Ch. 3; "Satan's Apostle and Freedom of Conscience," on Abner Kneeland, Ch.4.
book
5719 Robert L'Hommedieu Miller "The Educational Philosophy of the New Beacon Series in Religious Education." Dissertation, Boston University, 1957.
diss
5720 David B. Parke The Epic of Unitarianism: Original Writings from the History of Liberal Religion, New York, 1957.
book
5721 Louis H. Pink, Rutherford E. Delmage, eds. Candle in the Wilderness: A Centennial History of the St. Lawrence University, New York, 1957.
Emerson H. Lalone, "The Theological School," pp. 22-62.
book
5722 Henry A. Pochman German Culture in America: Philosophical and Literary Influences, 1600-1900, Madison, Wisc., 1957.
References to Buckminster, Ticknor, Everett, Bancroft, Emerson, and others.
book
5723 Siegfried B. Puknat "Auerbach and Channing," Publications of the Modern Language Association of America (PMLA), 72 (1957): 962-976.
jnl
5724 Siegfried B. Puknat "Channing and German Thought," Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, 101 (1957): 195-203.
jnl
5725 Clinton Lee Scott The Universalist Church of America: A Short History, Boston, 1957.
book
5726 Peter Lee Scott "History of the Attempts of the Universalist and Unitarian Denominations to Unite." Senior Paper, Theological School of St. Lawrence University, 1957.
diss
5727 Frank R. Shivers, Jr. "A Western Chapter in the History of American Transcendentalism," Bulletin of the Historical and Philosophical Society of Ohio, 15 (1957): 117-130.
W.H. Channing, Ephraim Peabody, James H. Perkins.
jnl
5728 Timothy L. Smith Revivalism and Social Reform in Mid-Nineteenth Century America, New York and Nashville, 1957.
Evangelical Unitarianism, Ch. 6.
book
5729 Randall Stewart "Emerson, Asset or Liability?," Tennessee Studies in Literature, 2 (1957): 33-40.
Discussion of the Divinity School Address. Reprinted as a chapter in American Literature and Christian Doctrine [5815].
jnl
5730 Joseph Ladd Sullivan "The Universalist Church and the Unitarian Church Moves Again Toward Merger." Dissertation, Central School of Religion, Indianapolis, 1957.
diss
5731 John Wesley Thomas, ed. The Letters of James Freeman Clarke to Margaret Fuller, Hamburg, 1957.
book
5732 Rosemary Thompson "Origins of the Unitarian Fellowship Movement," Christian Register, 136 (Apr. 1957): 8-9.
jnl
5801 Robert Hyman Ayers "A Study of the Problem of Biblical Authority in Selected Contemporary American Theologians." Dissertation, Vanderbilt University, 1958. DA 58-7586.
Reference to Henry Nelson Wieman.
diss
5802 Sr. Thomas Catherine Brennan, O.P. "Thomas Wentworth Higginson: Reformer and Man of Letters." Dissertation, Michigan State University, 1958. DA 59-1322.
diss
5803 William Jerome Callaghan "The Philosophy of Francis Ellingwood Abbot." Dissertation, Columbia University, 1958. DA 58-3215.
diss
5804 Kenneth W. Cameron, ed. The Transcendentalists and Minerva, Hartford, Conn., 1958.
Kenneth W. Cameron, "Discoveries in George Moore's Diary," pp. 457-473; "The Library of George Ripley," pp. 808-817; "Emerson and the Unitarian Auxiliary" [Concord, Mass.], pp. 887-889; "Dr. Channing's Two Reading Lists," pp. 1010-1022.
book
5805 Ernest Cassara Hosea Ballou and the Rise of American Religious Liberalism, Boston, 1958.
book
5806 Henry Wilder Foote "Marion Franklin Ham," Proceedings of the Unitarian Historical Society, Vol. 12, Pt. 1 (1958): 23-26.
jnl
5807 Elizabeth M. Geffen "Philadelphia Unitarianism (1796-1861)." Dissertation, University of Pennsylvania, 1958. DA 58-1842.
diss
5808 Elizabeth M. Geffen "William Henry Furness: Philadelphia Antislavery Preacher," Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, 82 (1958): 259-293.
jnl
5809 Richard Banus Gidez "A Study of the Works of Catherine Maria Sedgwick." Dissertation, Ohio State University, 1958. DA 58-3424.
Influence of Channing on Sedgwick.
diss
5810 Jane Maloney Johnson "'Through Change and Through Storm': A Study of Federalist-Unitarian Thought, 1800-1860." Dissertation, Radcliffe College, 1958.
diss
5811 Barney Lee Jones "Charles Chauncy and the Great Awakening in New England." Dissertation, Duke University, 1958. DA 58-2737.
diss
5812 Siegfried B. Puknat "De Wette in New England," Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, 102 (1958): 376-395.
jnl
5813 Holley M. Shepherd "Unitariana," Proceedings of the Unitarian Historical Society, Vol. 12, Pt. 1 (1958): 27-46.
jnl
5813.1 Clifford K. Shipton Biographical Sketches of Those Who Attended Harvard College in the Classes 1736-1740, [ Sibley's Harvard Graduates, Vol. 10], Boston, 1958.
John Bass, pp. 114-120; Timothy Harrington, pp. 188-195; Samuel Webster, pp. 250-259; Lemuel Briant, pp. 341-348.
series
5814 Randall Stewart American Literature and Christian Doctrine, Baton Rouge, La., 1958.
Ch. 3: "The Deification of Man" with reference to Emerson.
book
5815 George H. Williams "A Century of Church History at Harvard, 1857-1957," Harvard Divinity School Bulletin, 23 (1958): 85-102.
jnl
5816 Harold Field Worthley "An Historical Essay: The Massachusetts Convention of Congregational Ministers," Proceedings of the Unitarian Historical Society, Vol. 12, Pt. 1 (1958): 47-103.
Text and notes: pp. 49-67; list of officers, convention sermons, bibliography, etc., pp. 68-103.
jnl
5817 H. John McLachlan "Earl Morse Wilbur: Scholar and Traveller," Transactions of the Unitarian Historical Society (British), 11 (1958): 54-68.
Personal relationships.
jnl
5901 Sydney E. Ahlstrom "Introduction to the Torchbook Edition," pp. ix-xxiii in Octavius Brooks Frothingham, Transcendentalism in New England, New York, 1959.
article in book
5902 Richard D. Birdsall "Emerson and the Church of Rome," American Literature, 31 (1959): 273-281.
jnl
5903 J. Sanbourne Bockoven "The Unitarian Contribution to the Early History of American Psychiatry," Proceedings of the Unitarian Historical Society, Vol. 12, Pt. 2 (1959): 1-7.
jnl
5904 Ernest Cassara "The Effect of Darwinism on Universalist Belief," Journal of the Universalist Historical Society, 1 (1959): 32-42.
jnl
5905 Wilfred Kenneth Cauthen "Types of American Liberalism, 1900-1935." Dissertation, Vanderbilt University, 1959. DA 59-4102.
Henry Nelson Wieman representative of empirical modernism.
diss
5906 Charles R. Crowe "The Genesis of a Reformer, as Seen in the Letters of George Ripley," Manuscripts, 11 (Spring 1959): 11-13, 38.
jnl
5907 Charles R. Crowe "This Unnatural Union of Phalansteries and Transcendentalists'," Journal of the History of Ideas, 20 (1959): 495-502.
George Ripley and Brook Farm.
jnl
5908 Charles R. Crowe "Transcendentalist Support of Brook Farm: A Paradox?," The Historian, 21 (1959): 281-295.
George Ripley and Brook Farm.
jnl
5909 Charles R. Crowe "Utopian Socialism in Rhode Island," Rhode Island History, 18 (1959): 20-26.
jnl
5910 Dorothy Q. Daley, ed. Beyond Yesterday, Peterborough, N.H., 1959.
Life and character of the Rev. Arthur Harmon Winn, with selections from his work.
book
5911 Lloyd F. Dean "The Withering of Unitarianism," Gordon Review, 5 (1959): 13-29.
Unfriendly evangelical critique.
jnl
5912 William O. Douglas, ed. The Mind and Faith of A. Powell Davies, New York, 1959.
book
5913 Tilden G. Edelstein "Thomas Wentworth Higginson: His Antebellum Years," Proceedings of the Cambridge Historical Society, 36 (1959): 75-89.
jnl
5914 Stanley M. Elkins Slavery: A Problem in American Institutional and Intellectual Life, Chicago, 1959.
Third Edition, revised, 1976. The Transcendentalist as Abolitionist, pp. 64-75.
book
5915 Ralph Waldo Emerson The Early Lectures . . . Volume 1, 1833-1836, Cambridge, Mass., 1959.
ed. by Stephen E. Whicher and Robert E. Spiller
book
5916 Henry Wilder Foote "Catalogue of American Universalist Hymn Writers and Hymns," Jan. 1959.
typescript
5917 George H. Gibson "Unitarian Congregations in the Ante-Bellum South," Proceedings of the Unitarian Historical Society, Vol. 12, Pt. 2 (1959): 53-78.
jnl
5918 Hester Hastings William Ellery Channing and L'Academie des Sciences. Morales et Politiques 1870, Providence, 1959.
"L'Etude sur Channing" and the "lost" prize essay.
book
5919 John Haynes Holmes I Speak for Myself, New York, 1959.
Autobiography.
book
5920 Herbert E. Hudson "The Paradox of Theodore Parker," Crane Review, 1 (1959): 111-120.
jnl
5921 William R. Hutchison The Transcendentalist Ministers: Church and Reform in the New England Renaissance, New Haven, 1959.
book
5922 George Edward LaMore, Jr. "Theories of Natural Evil in the Thought of Henry Nelson Wieman, Edwin Lewis, and Paul Tillich." Dissertation, Boston University, 1959. DA 59-5277.
diss
5923 Charles White McGehee "Elhanan Winchester: A Decision for Universal Restoration," Journal of the Universalist Historical Society, 1 (1959): 43-58.
jnl
5924 Robert Alan McGill "Emerson and His Audience." Dissertation, University of Pennsylvania, 1959. DA 59-2250.
Period 1828 to 1847.
diss
5925 Russell E. Miller "Hosea Ballou 2d: Scholar and Educator," Journal of the Universalist Historical Society, 1 (1959): 59-79.
jnl
5926 Urbana-Champaign, Illinois The First Hundred Years of Religious Liberalism in Urbana-Champaign, Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Ill., 1959.
book
5927 Clinton Lee Scott "Universalism in New Hampshire," Journal of the Universalist Historical Society, 1 (1959): 1-10.
jnl
5928 Samuel Shapiro "The Rendition of Anthony Burns," Journal of Negro History, 44 (1959): 34-51.
Higginson, Parker.
jnl
5929 Oscar Sherwin "Of Martyr Build: Theodore Parker," Phylon, 20 (1959): 143-148.
jnl
5930 Robert S. Wolley "Clara Barton, A Biographical Sketch of Compulsion," Journal of the Universalist Historical Society, 1 (1959): 11-31.
jnl
5931 Harold Field Worthley "The Colonial Diaconate: An Example of the Allocation and Exercise of Authority in the Particular Churches of New England," Proceedings of the Unitarian Historical Society, Vol. 12, Pt. 2 (1959): 27-52.
jnl
5932 Conrad Wright "The Rediscovery of Channing: Some Comments on Recent Scholarship," Proceedings of the Unitarian Historical Society, Vol. 12, Pt. 2 (1959): 8-25.
Text: pp. 8-21; bibliography of publications 1929-59, pp. 22-24.
jnl
6001 Laile E. Bartlett Bright Galaxy: Ten Years of Unitarian Fellowships, Boston, 1960.
book
6002 John Nicholls Booth The Story of the Second Church in Boston (The Original Old North), Boston, 1960.
Includes Booth’s implausible notion that Paul Revere had the lanterns hung in the tower of the Second Church, not the steeple of Christ Church.
book
6003 Lawrence G. Brooks "Frederick May Eliot as I Knew Him," Proceedings of the Unitarian Historical Society, Vol. 13, Pt. 1 (1960): 87-100.
jnl
6004 Clara F. Carpenter “Our First Seventy-Five Years”: A History of the Unitarian Church of Jamestown, N.Y., 1885-1960, Jamestown, N.Y., 1960?.
book
6005 Henry Steele Commager "Introduction and Notes," to Henry Steele Commager, ed., Theodore Parker: An Anthology, Boston, 1960.
article in book
6006 Charles R. Crowe "Fourierism and the Founding of Brook Farm," Boston Public Library Quarterly, 12 (1960): 79-88.
jnl
6007 F.C. DeVries "The Influence of Parker on European Thought," Proceedings of the Unitarian Historical Society, Vol. 13, Pt. 1(1960): 84-86.
jnl
6008 Fannie Mae Elliott, Lucy Clark Charles Timothy Brooks: A Checklist of Printed and Manuscript Works . . . in the Library of the University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Va., 1960.
book
6009 Paul Hayes "The Comprehensive Theology of James Freeman Clarke ." Dissertation, Pacific School of Religion, 1960.
diss
6010 Richard Lawrence Herrnstadt "The Letters of A. Bronson Alcott." Dissertation, University of Maryland, 1960. DA 61-5397.
diss
6011 Herbert E. Hudson "Recent Interpretations of Parker: An Evaluation of the Literature Since 1936," Proceedings of the Unitarian Historical Society, Vol. 13, Pt. 1 (1960): 1-35.
Includes “A Parker Bibliography,” pp. 36-38.
jnl
6012 John Wallace Laws "A Discourse of Matters Pertaining to Theodore Parker," Proceedings of the Unitarian Historical Society, Vol. 13, Pt. 1 (1960): 39-53.
jnl
6013 Truman Nelson "Theodore Parker as Revolutionary Moralist: From Divinity Hall to Harper’s Ferry," Proceedings of the Unitarian Historical Society, Vol. 13, Pt. 1 (1960): 71-83.
By the author of The Sin of the Prophet. Fictionalized history.
jnl
6014 Carl R. Scovel "Theodore Parker: The Man as a Minister," Proceedings of the Unitarian Historical Society, Vol. 13, Pt. 1 (1960): 54-70.
jnl
6015 Clifford K. Shipton Biographical Sketches of Those Who Attended Harvard College in the Classes 1741-1745, [ Sibley’s Harvard Graduates, Vol. 11], Boston, 1960.
John Brown, pp. 12-17; John Tucker, 78-91; Gad Hitchcock, pp. 231-236; Daniel Shute, pp. 304-309; Jonathan Mayhew, pp. 440-472.
series
6016 Lewis P. Simpson "Federalism and the Crisis of Literary Order," American Literature, 34 (1960): 253-266.
The Monthly Anthology circle—tangential to Unitarian history.
jnl
6017 Edward D. Snyder "Whittier and the Unitarians," Bulletin of the Friends Historical Association, 49 (1960): 111-116.
More relevant for Whittier than for the Unitarians.
jnl
6101 Arthur W. Brown William Ellery Channing, New York, 1961.
book
6102 Ann Casey "Thomas Starr King and the Secession Movement," Historical Society of Southern California Quarterly, 43 (1961): 245-275.
jnl
6103 Ernest Cassara Hosea Ballou: The Challenge to Orthodoxy, Boston, 1961.
book
6104 Ernest Cassara "Introductory Note to “The Life and Trance of Dr. George De Benneville"," Journal of the Universalist Historical Society, 2 (1961): 171-187.
jnl
6105 John Coolidge "Hingham Builds a Meetinghouse," New England Quarterly, 34 (1961): 435-461.
Old Ship.
jnl
6106 Edith Roelker Curtis A Season in Utopia: The Story of Brook Farm, New York, 1961.
book
6107 Frank Otto Gatell "Doctor Palfrey Frees His Slaves," New England Quarterly, 34 (1961): 74-86.
jnl
6108 Frank Otto Gatell, ed. "The Slaveholder and the Abolitionist: Binding Up the Family’s Wounds," Journal of Southern History, 27 (1961): 368-391.
jnl
6109 Elizabeth M. Geffen Philadelphia Unitarianism 1796-1861, Philadelphia, 1961.
book
6110 Jurgen Herbst "Francis Greenwood Peabody: Harvard’s Theologian of the Social Gospel," Harvard Theological Review, 54 (1961): 45-69.
jnl
6111 Jurgen Herbst "Francis Greenwood Peabody: A Bibliography," Proceedings of the Unitarian Historical Society, Vol. 13, Pt. 1 (1961): 86-97.
jnl
6112 Herbert Edson Hudson "The Quest for the Historical Parker," Proceedings of the Unitarian Historical Society, Vol. 13, Pt. 1 (1961): 45-61.
jnl
6113 Jeter A. Isely, Elizabeth R. Isely "A Note on George Ripley and the Beginnings of New England Transcendentalism," Proceedings of the Unitarian Historical Society, Vol. 13, Pt. 1 (1961): 75-85.
jnl
6114 Seymour Katz "The Unitarian Ministers of Boston, 1790-1860." Dissertation, Harvard University, 1961.
diss
6115 James W. Macdonald The First Church and Parish in Needham, 1711-1961, Needham, Mass., 1961.
book
6116 Charles White McGehee "Minot Judson Savage: Rebuilder of Faith," Proceedings of the Unitarian Historical Society, Vol. 13, Pt. 1 (1961): 25-44.
jnl
6117 Perry Miller "Theodore Parker: Apostasy Within Liberalism," Harvard Theological Review, 54 (1961): 275-295.
Later reprinted in Perry Miller, Nature’s Nation, Cambridge, Mass., 1967, pp. 134-149.
jnl
6118 Carol Morris "A Comparison of Ethan Allen’s Reason the Only Oracle of Man and Hosea Ballou’s A Treatise on Atonement," Journal of the Universalist Historical Society, 2 (1961): 34-69.
jnl
6119 Ernest J. Moyne "The Reverend William Hazlett and Dickinson College," Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, 85 (1961): 289-302.
jnl
6120 Richard D. Pierce, ed. The Records of the First Church in Boston, Boston, 1961.
Volume 41 of the Publications of the Colonial Society of Massachusetts.
book
6121 Madeleine Hooke Rice Federal Street Pastor: The Life of William Ellery Channing, New York, 1961.
book
6122 Elmo A. Robinson "Universalism, A Changing Faith," Journal of the Universalist Historical Society, 2 (1961): 1-21.
jnl
6123 William Rosenfeld "The Divided Burden: Common Elements in the Search for a Religious Synthesis in the Works of Theodore Parker, Horace Bushnell, Nathaniel Hawthorne, and Herman Melville." Dissertation, University of Minnesota, 1961. DA 62-1843.
diss
6124 Robert F. Schofield "Joseph Priestley’s American Education," pp. 117-138 in Dickinson College, Early Dickinsoniana, Carlisle, Penn., 1961.
article in book
6125 George Swetnam, John Lofton, William M. Schutte, Donald M. Goodfellow Pittsburgh’s First Unitarian Church, Pittsburgh, 1961.
book
6126 Frank Walker "Ecumenicity and Liberty: The Contribution of Henry W. Bellows to the Development of Post-Civil War Unitarianism," Proceedings of the Unitarian Historical Society, Vol. 13, Pt. 1(1961): 1-24.
jnl
6127 Raymond Lee Wood "Lyman Beecher 1775-1863: A Biographical Study." Dissertation, Yale University, 1961. DA 66-9260.
Evangelical foe of the Unitarians.
diss
6128 Conrad Wright Three Prophets of Religious Liberalism: Channing-Emerson-Parker, Boston, 1961.
pp. 3-46
book
6201 Sydney E. Ahlstrom The American Protestant Encounter with World Religions, Beloit, Wisc., 1962.
book
6202 Robert Charles Albrecht "The New England Transcendentalists’ Response to the Civil War." Dissertation, University of Minnesota, 1962. DA 64-4079.
diss
6203 Warner Berthoff "Renan on W.E. Channing and American Unitarianism," New England Quarterly, 35 (1962): 71-92.
jnl
6204 Preston Bradley Along the Way: An Autobiography, New York, 1962.
book
6205 John Leonard Clendenning "Emerson’s Response to Skepticism." Dissertation, State University of Iowa, 1962. DA 62-2382.
Response to reading of Hume in the middle 1820s, and to reading of Bayle in 1829.
diss
6206 Robert Cummins "The General Superintendency of the Universalist Church of America," Journal of the Universalist Historical Society, 3 (1962): 14-29.
jnl
6207 Robert Detweiler "Emerson’s Concept of God." Dissertation, University of Florida, 1962. DA 68-12959.
diss
6208 Loyd D. Easton "German Philosophy in Nineteenth Century Cincinnati —Stallo, Conway, Nast and Willich," Bulletin of the Historic and Philosophical Society of Ohio, 20 (Jan. 1962): 15-28.
jnl
6209 Rebecca Funk A Heritage to Hold in Fee, 1817-1917, Baltimore, 1962.
First Unitarian Church of Baltimore.
book
6210 Charles A. Gaines "Clarence R. Skinner: The Dark Years," Journal of the Universalist Historical Society, 3 (1962): 1-13.
jnl
6211 Shoji Goto "William Ellery Channing," Kamereon, 5 (Dec. 1962): 1-16.
Text in Japanese.
jnl
6212 Robert M. Healey Jefferson on Religion in Public Education, New Haven, 1962.
book
6213 John A. Hussey "Introduction ," to Thomas Starr King, Thomas Starr King, A Vacation Among the Sierras: Yosemite in 1860, San Francisco, 1962.
article in book
6214 Aif Edgar Jacobson "The Congregational Clergy in Eighteenth Century New England." Dissertation, Harvard University, 1962.
diss
6215 Rebecca Smith Lee Mary Austin Holley: A Biography, Austin, Tex., 1962.
Wife of Horace Holley.
book
6216 Russell E. Miller "Universalism and Sectarian Education Before 1860," Journal of the Universalist Historical Society, 3 (1962): 30-53.
jnl
6217 Lawrence C. Porter "Transcendentalism: A Self-Portrait," New England Quarterly, 35 (1962): 27-47.
jnl
6218 David B. Potts "The Prospect Union: A Conservative Quest for Social Justice," New England Quarterly, 35 (1962): 347-366.
Organization of which Francis Greenwood Peabody was one of the founders.
jnl
6219 John Edward Ratte "The Kingdom of Heaven and the Church of the Future: The Modernist Religious Philosophies of Alfred Firman Loisy, George Tyrrell, and William Laurence Sullivan." Dissertation, Harvard University, 1962.
diss
6220 Abe C. Ravitz "The Return of William Ellery Channing," American Quarterly, 13 (1961/62): 67-76.
John Pierpont and spiritual communication.
jnl
6221 Caroline Robbins "Honest Heretic: Joseph Priestley in America, 1794-1804," Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, 106 (1962): 60-76.
jnl
6222 Clifford K. Shipton Biographical Sketches of Those Who Attended Harvard College in the Classes 1746-1750, [ Sibley’s Harvard Graduates, Vol. 12], Boston, 1962.
William Symmes, pp. 582-587.
series
6223 Lewis P. Simpson, ed. The Federalist Literary Mind, Baton Rouge, La., 1962.
Selections from the Monthly Anthology.
book
6224 Arnold Smithline "Natural Religion and American Literature." Dissertation, New York University, 1962. DA 63-5332.
diss
6225 Cameron Thompson "John Locke and New England Transcendentalism," New England Quarterly, 35 (1962): 435-457.
jnl
6301 A.M. Baumgartner "‘The Lyceum is My Pulpit’: Homiletics in Emerson's Early Lectures," American Literature, 34 (1963): 477-486.
jnl
6302 Barton J. Bernstein "Francis Greenwood Peabody: Conservative Social Reformer," New England Quarterly, 36 (1963): 320-337.
jnl
6303 " Olympia Brown: A Centennial Volume Celebrating Her Ordination and Graduation in 1863 ," Journal of the Universalist Historical Society, 4 (1963): 1-110.
Contains autobiography and other source material.
jnl
6304 Donald Allen Crosby "Horace Bushnell’s Theory of Language: A Historical and Philosophical Study." Dissertation, Columbia University, 1963. DA 64-5542.
Attention to Transcendentalists; discussion of Andrews Norton.
diss
6305 Joe Earl Elmore "The Theme of the Suffering of God in the Thought of Nicholas Berdyaev, Charles Hartshorne, and Reinhold Niebuhr." Dissertation, Columbia University, 1963. DA 63-7418.
diss
6306 Br. Germain Anthony Faddoul, C.S.C. "The Harmonizing of Faith and Reason in Brownson’s Pre-Catholic Experience." Dissertation, University of Notre Dame, 1963. DA 63-7325.
diss
6307 Frank Otto Gattell John Gorham Palfrey and the New England Conscience, Cambridge, Mass., 1963.
book
6308 William R. Hutchison "To Heaven in a Swing: The Transcendentalism of Cyrus Bartol," Harvard Theological Review, 56 (1963): 275-295.
jnl
6309 Harry F. Jackson Scholar in the Wilderness: Francis Adrian Van der Kemp, Syracuse, New York, 1963.
Barneveld, New York, church.
book
6310 John George Kuethe "Three Empirical Philosophies of Religion: Macintosh, Meland, Wieman." Dissertation, Union Theological Seminary, New York, 1963. DA 63-7548.
diss
6311 Fred C. Luebke "The Origins of Thomas Jefferson’s Anti-Clericalism," Church History, 32 (1963): 344-356.
jnl
6312 A. Irene McGlenen 100 Years of the New Hampshire Unitarian Association, n.p., 1963?.
book
6313 Jack Howard Minnis "Joseph Stevens Buckminster: A Critical Study." Dissertation, University of Pennsylvania, 1963.
diss
6314 John Hammond Moore, ed. "Jared Sparks in Georgia—April, 1826," Georgia Historical Quarterly, 47 (1963): 425-435.
jnl
6315 Richard J. Petersen "Scottish Common Sense in America, 1768-1850: An Evaluation of Its Influence." Dissertation, The American University, 1963.
diss
6316 Henry F. Pommer "A Sermon by William Ellery Channing," New England Quarterly, 36 (1963): 77-79.
jnl
6317 Charles M. Rich "Henry Nelson Wieman’s Functional Theism as Transcending Event." Dissertation, University of Chicago, 1963.
diss
6318 McMurry S. Richey "Jonathan Mayhew: American Christian Rationalist," pp. 292-327 in Stuart C. Henry, ed., A Miscellany of American Christianity in Honor of H. Shelton Smith, Durham, N.C., 1963.
article in book
6319 Harold Wickliffe Rose The Colonial Houses of Worship in America, New York, 1963.
Nine Unitarian churches included.
book
6320 Edmund W. Sinnott Meetinghouse and Church in Early New England, New York, 1963.
Thirty-two Unitarian churches included.
book
6321 Warren Sylvester Smith "Moncure Daniel Conway at South Place Chapel," Christian Century, 80 (1963): 77-80.
jnl
6322 Warren Sylvester Smith "‘The Imperceptible Arrows of Quakerism’: Moncure Conway at Sandy Spring," Quaker History, 52 (1963): 19-26.
jnl
6323 Anna Mary Wells Dear Preceptor: The Life and Times of Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Boston, 1963.
book
6401 Mabel Abbot, Gail K. Schneider "Return from Arcadia: The Journey of Christopher Pearse Cranch," New Bulletin (Staten Island Institute of Arts and Sciences), 13 (Feb. 1964): 63-70.
jnl
6402 Charles W. Akers Called Unto Liberty: A Life of Jonathan Mayhew, 1730-1766, Cambridge, Mass., 1964.
book
6403 Helene G. Baer The Heart is Like Heaven: The Life of Lydia Maria Child, Philadelphia, 1964.
book
6404 Peter Arthur Baldwin "Vocational Values of One Hundred Unitarian Ministers." Dissertation, Boston University, 1964. DA 64-11648.
diss
6405 Jonathan Bishop Emerson on the Soul, Cambridge, Mass., 1964.
book
6406 John T. Boyer, ed. The Memoirs of Dr. Joseph Priestley, Washington, Washington, 1964.
book
6407 Jerry Wayne Brown "Conflict and Criticism, Biblical Studies in New England: 1800-60." Dissertation, Princeton University, 1964. DA 65-2117.
diss
6408 Whitney Wood Buck, Jr. "Warren Burton: Classmate of Emerson and Kindly Reformer-at-Large." Dissertation, University of Michigan, 1964. DA 65-5884.
diss
6409 Hazen C. Carpenter "Emerson and Christopher Pearse Cranch," New England Quarterly, 37 (1964): 18-42.
jnl
6410 Edward Darling "Origins of Beacon Press—The Idea and the Books," The Beacon, Vol. 1, No. 6 (June 1964).
Continuation with particular reference to the fifties, under various headings: Vol. 2, No. 1 (Jan. 1965); Vol. 2, No. 2 (Feb. 1965); Vol. 2, No. 3 (Mar. 1965); Vol. 2, No. 4 (Apr. 1965); Vol. 2, No. 5 (May 1965); Vol. 2, No. 6 (Nov. 1965); Vol. 2, No. 7 (Dec. 1965); Vol. 2, No. 9 (Mar. 1966); Vol. 2, No. 10 (Apr. 1966).
jnl
6411 Charles Richard Denton "The Unitarian Church and ‘Kanzas Territory', 1854-1861," Kansas Historical Quarterly, 30 (1964): 307-338, 455-491.
jnl
6412 Ralph Waldo Emerson The Early Lectures . . . Volume II, 1836-1838, Cambridge, Mass., 1964.
ed. by Stephen F. Whicher, Robert F. Spiller, and Wallace E. Williams
book
6413 Donald Vincent Gawronski "Transcendentalism: An Ideological Basis for Manifest Destiny." Dissertation, St. Louis University, 1964. DA 64-13444.
diss
6414 William Robert Brown Gilham, Jr. "The God-World Relation in Whitehead, Hartshorne, and Wieman." Dissertation, Princeton University, 1964. DA 64-12124.
diss
6415 John H. Giltner "The Fragmentation of New England Congregationalism and the Founding of Andover Seminary," Journal of Religious Thought, 20 (1963/64): 248-258.
jnl
6416 Shoji Goto "The Thought of W.E. Channing," American Literature (Tokyo), 2 (1964): 14-19.
Text in Japanese.
jnl
6417 Sue Nuenswander Greene "The Contribution of the Monthly Anthology and Boston Review to the Development of the Golden Age of American Letters." Dissertation, Michigan State University, 1964. DA 65-1744.
diss
6418 Richard Parker Harrington "The Monthly Anthology and Boston Review—1803-1811: Literary Excellence as Interpreted by ‘A Society of Gentlemen’." Dissertation, University of Texas, 1964. DA 65-4319.
diss
6419 Herbert Howarth Notes on Some Figures Behind T.S. Eliot, Boston, 1964.
William Greenleaf Eliot and Charlotte C. Eliot, pp. 1-35.
book
6420 Sidney Kaplan "The History of New Hampshire: Jeremy Belknap as Literary Craftsman," William and Mary Quarterly, 21 (1964): 18-39.
jnl
6421 G. Wayman McCarty "A History of the Universalist Church in the Mid-South." Dissertation, State College, Mississippi, 1964.
diss
6422 Perry Miller "New England’s Transcendentalism: Native or Imported?," pp. 115-130 in Carroll Camden, ed., Literary Views: Critical and Historical Essays, Chicago, 1964.
article in book
6423 Daniel Wilheml Nelson, D.S.S. "B. Fay Mills: Revivalist, Social Reformer and Advocate of Free Religion." Dissertation, Syracuse University, 1964. DA 65-3427.
diss
6424 Daniel D. O'Connor "Peirce’s Debt to F.E. Abbot," Journal of the History of Ideas, 25 (1964): 543-564.
jnl
6425 Plainfield, New Jersey The First 75 Years: 1889-1964, Plainfield, N.J., 1964.
book
6426 Lawrence C. Porter "New England Transcendentalism: A Self-Portrait." Dissertation, University of Michigan, 1964. DA 65-05363.
diss
6427 Russell M. Posner "Thomas Starr King and the Mercy Million," California Historical Society Quarterly, 43 (1964): 291-307.
jnl
6428 William O. Reichart "The Philosophical Anarchism of Adin Ballou," Huntington Library Quarterly, 27 (1963/4): 357-374.
jnl
6429 Harmon L. Smith "Nature and Grace: Their Significance for William Ellery Channing," Religion in Life, 33 (1964): 395-406.
jnl
6430 Fred Lloyd Standley "Stopford Augustus Brooke: Studies Toward a Biography." Dissertation, Northwestern University, 1964. DA 64-12340.
diss
6431 Louis L. Tucker "The Semi-Colon Club of Cincinnati," Ohio History, 73 (1964): 13-26, 57-58.
jnl
6432 Carl Herman Voss Rabbi and Minister: The Friendship of Stephen S. Wise and John Haynes Holmes, Cleveland, Ohio, and New York, 1964.
book
6433 Evelyn Marie Walsh "Effects of the Revolution Upon the Town of Boston: Social, Economic, and Cultural." Dissertation, Brown University, 1964. DA 65-2255.
2 vols.
diss
6501 Robert C. Albrecht "The Theological Response of the Transcendentalists to the Civil War," New England Quarterly, 38 (1965): 21-34.
jnl
6502 Robert C. Albrecht "The Political Thought of David A. Wasson," American Quarterly, 17 (1965): 742-748.
jnl
6503 Ruth M. Baylor Elizabeth Palmer Peabody: Kindergarten Pioneer, Philadelphia, 1965.
book
6504 Catharine Louise Burlingham "‘The Necessity of Sound Doctrine’: A Study of Calvinism and Its Opponents as Seen in American Religious Periodicals." Dissertation, University of Oregon, 1965. DA 65-12208.
Periodicals published by Presbyterians, Congregationalists, Deists, Unitarians, Universalists.
diss
6505 John C. Cawelti Apostle of the Self-Made Man, Chicago, 1965.
Emerson, Ch. 3; Horatio Alger, Ch. 4.
book
6506 Charles Edwin Clark "Science, Reason, and an Angry God: The Literature of an Earthquake," New England Quarterly, 38 (1965): 340-362.
Jonathan Mayhew and others, and the 1755 earthquake.
jnl
6507 Moncure D. Conway "The Library of Moncure Daniel Conway," pp. 338-364 in Kenneth W. Cameron, Transcendental Epilogue, Vol. 3, Hartford, Conn., 1965.
Auction catalogue of sale, 1916.
article in book
6508 Moncure D. Conway "Selections from the Library of Mr. Eustace Conway," pp. 364-377 in Kenneth W. Cameron, Transcendental Epilogue, Vol. 3, Hartford, Conn., 1965.
Auction catalogue of sale, 1920.
article in book
6509 Dorothea Elizabeth de Safra "Toward an Optimum Role for Voluntary Service Agencies in International Affairs: A Study of the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee, Inc.." Thesis, University of Pittsburgh, 1965.
diss
6510 Nina Draxton "Kristopher Janson’s Lecture Tour, 1879-80," Norwegian American Studie, 22 (1965): 18-74.
Later published as first chapter in Kristopher Janson in America.
jnl
6511 Mary Worden Edrich "Emerson’s Apostasy." Dissertation, University of Wisconsin, 1965. DA 65-6201.
diss
6512 Barbara Louise Faulkner "Adin Ballou and the Hopedale Community." Dissertation, Boston University, 1965. DA 65-11219.
The Hopedale Community was absorbed into the Hopedale Unitarian Parish in 1868.
diss
6513 Frederic Farr Foster "The Philosophical Theology of Charles Hartshorne: An Analysis and Critique of the Categories of Dipolar Theism." Dissertation, Claremont Graduate School, 1965.
diss
6514 Charles H. Foster, ed. Beyond Concord: Selected Writings of David Atwood Wasson, Bloomington, Ind., 1965.
“Introduction” by Charles H. Foster.
book
6515 George M. Frederickson The Inner Civil War: Northern Intellectuals and the Crisis of the Union, New York, 1965.
Bellows and others.
book
6516 [Nathaniel Langdon Frothingham] "The Library of Nathaniel Langdon Frothingham," pp. 320-337 in Kenneth W. Cameron, Transcendental Epilogue, Vol. 3, Hartford, Conn., 1965.
Auction catalogue of sale.
article in book
6517 F.W. Gibbs Joseph Priestley: Adventurer in Science and Champion of Truth, n.p., 1965.
book
6518 Edwin Gittleman "Resurrection Verified: The Effective Life of Jones Very: 1833-1840." Dissertation, Columbia University, 1965. DA 68-5648.
diss
6519 Lawrence I. Grinnell A Century of Unitarian History in Ithaca, 1865-1965, Ithaca, N.Y., 1965.
book
6520 Jurgen Herbst The German Historical School in American Scholarship: A Study in the Transfer of Culture, Ithaca, N.Y., 1965.
Ch. 4, “German Theological Science and American Religion” has references to Bancroft, Norton, Follen, Ripley, Everett, F.G. Peabody.
book
6521 John Howie "Creativity in the Though of William Ernest Hocking and Henry Nelson Wieman." Dissertation, Boston University, 1965. DA 65-12240.
diss
6522 James Dennis Hunt "James Luther Adams and His Demand for an Effective Religious Liberalism." Dissertation, Syracuse University, 1965. DA 66-6204.
diss
6523 James D. Hunt "The Social Gospel as a Way of Life: A Biography of H.C. Ledyard, Universalist Minister and Labor Leader, 1880-1950," Journal of the Universalist Historical Society, 5 (1965): 31-63.
jnl
6523.1 Max Kapp 109 Years: An Account of the Theological School of St. Lawrence University 1856-1965, Canton, N.Y., 1965?.
book
6524 Flora Lewis Red Pawn: The Story of Noel Field, Garden City, N.Y., 1965.
Field was an agent of the Unitarian Service Committee.
book
6525 Milton Meltzer Tongue of Flame: The Life of Lydia Maria Child, New York, 1965.
book
6526 George Moore "Diary of George Moore, Friend of Emerson," in Kenneth W. Cameron, Transcendental Epilogue, Vols. 1 and 2, Hartford, Conn., 1965.
Moore was a graduate of the Harvard Divinity School, 1839, and Unitarian minister in Quincy, Ill., 1840-47.
article in book
6527 Neal J. Osborn "William Ellery Channing and The Red Badge of Courage," Bulletin of the New York Public Library, 69 (1965): 182-196.
The influence of Channing’s “War” asserted.
jnl
6528 David Boynton Parke "The Historical and Religious Antecedents of the New Beacon Series in Religious Education (1937)." Dissertation, Boston University, 1965. DA 65-11237.
diss
6529 [Joseph Priestley] The Priestley Family Collection, Dickinson College, Carlisle, Penn., 1965.
Gift to the college.
book
6530 Caroline Smith Rittenhouse "The Testimony of Man’s Inward Nature: A Study of George Ripley’s Transcendentalism." Dissertation, Harvard University, 1965.
diss
6531 Elmos Arnold Robinson "The Universalist Connections of Thomas Starr King," Journal of the Universalist Historical Society, 5 (1964/65), 3-39.
jnl
6532 Elizabeth Bancroft Schlesinger "Two Early Harvard Wives: Eliza Farrar and Eliza Follen," New England Quarterly, 38 (1965): 147-167.
Eliza Follen, the wife of Dr. Charles Follen.
jnl
6533 Ralph N. Schmidt "Further Studies on Olympia Brown," Journal of the Universalist Historical Society, 5 (1965): 123.
Bibliographical note.
jnl
6534 Alan Seaburg "Clarence Russell Skinner: A Bibliography," Journal of the Universalist Historical Society, 5 (1965): 66-77.
jnl
6535 John Seelye "Who was Horatio? The Alger Myth and American Scholarship," American Quarterly, 17 (1965): 749-756.
Review of faulty scholarship based on the spurious life by Herbert Mayes (1928), but no reference to the circumstances surrounding Alger’s sudden departure from the Brewster church in 1868.
jnl
6536 Clifford K. Shipton Biographical Sketches of Those Who Attended Harvard College in the Classes 1751-1755, [ Sibley’s Harvard Graduates, Vol. 13], Boston, 1965.
David Barnes, pp. 189-194; James Dana, pp. 305-322; Samuel West, pp. 501-510.
series
6537 Robert S. Ward "The American System in Literature," New England Quarterly, 38 (1965): 368-374.
Joseph Story and W.E. Channing.
jnl
6601 Laile Eubank Bartlett "Unitarian Fellowships: A Case Study in Liberal Religious Development." Dissertation, University of California, Berkeley, 1966. DA 67-08517.
diss
6602 John C. Broderick "Problems of the Literary Executor: The Case of Theodore Parker," Quarterly Journal of the Library of Congress, 23 (1966): 260-273.
jnl
6603 Lawrence Ingalls Buell "Emerson: From Preacher to Poet." Dissertation, Cornell University, 1966. DA 67-01450.
diss
6604 William Raymond Carden, Jr. "The Political and Historical Ideas of Joseph Priestley." Dissertation, Emory University, 1966. DA 67-00763.
diss
6605 John W. Clarkson, Jr. "A Bibliography of Franklin Benjamin Sanborn," Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 60 (1966): 73-85.
jnl
6606 Ronald E. Crook A Bibliography of Joseph Priestley, New York], 1966.
book
6607 Louise Bronson Crothers A Family Chronicle, n.p., 1966.
Dr. Samuel McChord Crothers; privately printed.
book
6608 Charles Crowe "Christian Socialism and the First Church of Humanity," Church History, 35 (1966): 93-106.
jnl
6609 Loyd D. Easton Hegel’s First American Followers, Athens, Ohio, 1966.
“Religious Naturalism and Reform in the Thought of Moncure Conway,” pp. 123-158.
book
6610 Mary Worden Edrich "The Rhetoric of Apostasy," Texas Studies in Literature and Language, 8 (1966): 547-560.
Emerson and the Divinity School Address.
jnl
6611 George H. Gibson "The Unitarian-Universalist Church of Richmond," Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, 74 (1966): 321-335.
jnl
6612 Edward Michael Griffin "A Biography of Charles Chauncy (1705-1787)." Dissertation, Stanford University, 1966.
diss
6613 Irma Watson Hance, Virginia Hendrickson Picht In Commemoration of the Seventy-Fifth Anniversary of the Founding of the First Unitarian Church, Salt Lake City, Utah, Salt Lake City], 1966.
Pamphlet prepared by members of the church.
book
6614 Thomas F. Harwood "Prejudice and Antislavery: The Colloquy Between William Ellery Channing and Edward Strutt Abdy, 1834," American Quarterly, 18 (1966): 697-700.
jnl
6615 Alan Heimert Religion and the American Mind from the Great Awakening to the Revolution, Cambridge, Mass., 1966.
book
6616 Daniel Walker Howe "The Unitarian Conscience: Harvard Moral Philosophy and the Second Great Awakening (1805-1861." Dissertation, University of California, Berkeley, 1966. DA 71-00872..
diss
6617 James D. Hunt "James Luther Adams as a Student of Tillich," Journal of the Liberal Ministry, Vol. 6, No. 3 (1966): 184-190.
jnl
6618 Edith F. Hunter Sophia Lyon Fahs, Boston, 1966.
book
6619 Billy Grey Hurt "Crawford Howell Toy: Interpreter of the Old Testament." Dissertation, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 1966.
Southern Baptist Scholar appointed to the faculty of the Harvard Divinity School; in due course a member of the First Parish in Cambridge.
diss
6620 Leo A. Lerner "A Reporter Recalls a Chicago Firefighter: Adams in Action (1935-1956," Journal of the Liberal Ministry, Vol. 6, No. 3 (1966): 176-M24183.
James Luther Adams.
jnl
6621 Leo A. Lerner "The Concepts of History, Progress and Perfectibility in Nineteenth Century American Transcendentalist Thought." Dissertation, University of Kansas, 1966. DA 68-05105.
Reference to Emerson, Channing, Ripley, Parker, Hedge, Alcott, E.P. Peabody, Cranch, Brownson.
diss
6622 Earl Edward Lewis "The Theology and Politics of Jonathan Mayhew." Dissertation, University of Minnesota, 1966. DA 66-12219.
diss
6623 Angus H. MacLean The Galloping Gospel, Boston, 1966.
Autobiography to 1916.
book
6624 David H. MacPherson "The Decline of Universalism, 1900-1950: I. The Massachusetts Universalist Convention," Journal of the Universalist Historical Society, 6 (1966): 4-24.
jnl
6625 Esther McDowell The Intimate Story: Unitarians in the State of Washington, n.p., 1966.
book
6626 Russell E. Miller Light on the Hill: A History of Tufts College, 1852-1952, Boston, 1966.
book
6627 Thomas H. Olbricht "Christian Connexion and Unitarian Relations, 1800-1844," Restoration Quarterly, 9 (1966): 160-186.
jnl
6628 Harris Hartwell Parker, Jr. "Theory and Practice in Religious Education: A Case Study of the Union School of Religion, 1910-1929." Dissertation, Columbia University, 1966. DA 67-9452.
Sophia Lyon Fahs.
diss
6629 Ashton Phelps, Jr. "Theodore Clapp: The Ante-Bellum South’s Only Unitarian Minister." Term paper, Yale University, 1966.
Copy in Andover- Harvard Library. Clapp was not the only Unitarian minister in the ante-bellum South.
diss
6630 D.B. Robertson, ed. Voluntary Associations: A Study of Groups in Free Societies, Richmond, Va., 1966.
Max L. Stackhouse, “James Luther Adams: A Biographical and Intellectual Sketch,” pp. 333-337; Ralph Potter, Jean Potter, and James Hunt, “Writings of James Luther Adams,” pp. 375-395.
book
6631 George H. Shriver, ed. American Religious Heretics, Nashville, Tenn., 1966.
Pope A. Duncan, “Crawford Howell Toy: Heresy at Louisville,” pp. 56-88.
book
6632 Arnold Smithline Natural Religion in American Literature, New Haven, 1966.
Theodore Parker, Ch. 5; Ralph Waldo Emerson, Ch. 6.
book
6633 Alfred P. Stiernotte "My Transition from Unitarianism to Anglicanism," Crane Review, 9 (1966): 1-19.
jnl
6634 Richard Eddy Sykes "Massachusetts Unitarianism and Social Change: A Religious Social System in Transition, 1780-1870." Dissertation, University of Minnesota, 1966. DA 68-01604.
diss
6635 Earl Morse Wilbur, Evadne Hilands A Time to Build: The First Unitarian Society of Portland, Oregon, 1866-1966, Portland, Ore.], 1966.
Earlier publication by Dr. Wilbur brought up to date; published by the church.
book
6636 Richard M. Woodman "The Decline of Universalism, 1900-1950: II. The New York State Convention of Universalism," Journal of the Universalist Historical Society, 6 (1966): 25-45.
jnl
6701 Ralph C. Bailey "Theological and Social Aspects of American Unitarianism and Universalism: 1865-1920," Journal of the Liberal Ministry, Vol. 7, No. 1 (Winter 1967): 31-48.
jnl
6702 Joseph Barth "Contests for the Presidency: A.U.A., 1958-U.U.A., 1961," Proceedings of the Unitarian Historical Society, Vol. 15, Pt. 1 (1964): 26-65.
jnl
6702.1 Beverly, Massachusetts 300th Anniversary: A History, Beverly, Mass., 1967.
First Parish Church, Unitarian, Beverly, Mass.
book
6703 Lloyd W. Chapin, Jr. "The Theology of Joseph Priestley: A Study in Eighteenth Century Apologetics." Dissertation, Union Theological Seminary, New York, 1967. DA 67-12172.
diss
6704 Cleveland, Ohio A Century of Unitarianism in Cleveland, Cleveland, Ohio, 1967.
First Unitarian Church, Cleveland, Ohio.
book
6705 Charles Crowe George Ripley: Transcendentalist and Utopian Socialist, Athens, Ga., 1967.
book
6706 Nina Draxten "Kristofer Janson’s Beginning Ministry," Norwegian­American Studies, 23 (1967): 126-174.
Reprinted as Chapter 2 of Kristofer Janson in America.
jnl
6707 Miyata Gen "On Channing’s Idea of Man," Yamato Bunka, No. 46 (1967): 1-17.
Text in Japanese. Published by Tenri University.
jnl
6708 Edwin Gittleman Jones Very: The Effective Years, 1833-1840, New York, 1967.
book
6709 Arnold Herbold "Nature as Concept and Technique in the Poetry of Jones Very," New England Quarterly, 40 (1967): 244-259.
Theological implications of Very’s poetry.
jnl
6710 Harry Lawrence Jones "Symbolism in the Mystical Poetry of lones Very." Dissertation, Catholic University of America, 1967, 1967. DA 67-15458.
diss
6711 Harry L. Jones "The Very Madness: A New Manuscript," CLA Journal, 10 (1967): 196-200.
Letter, Very to H.W. Bellows, Dec. 24, 1838.
jnl
6712 Donald R. King "Emerson’s ‘Divinity School Address’ and Judd’s Margaret," Emerson Society Quarterly, 47 (1967): 3-7.
jnl
6713 David Little "Francis Greenwood Peabody," Harvard Library Bulletin, 15 (1967): 287-300.
jnl
6714 Howard N. Meyer Colonel of the Black Regiment: The Life of Thomas Wentworth Higginson, New York, 1967.
book
6715 Frederick Paul Kroeger "The Unitarian Novels of William Ware." Dissertation, University of Michigan, 1967. DA 68-07649.
diss
6716 Ernest J. Moyne, ed. The Journal of Margaret Hazlitt: Recollections of England, Ireland, and Americ, Lawrence, Kans., 1967.
Appendix, pp. 113-123, reprints William Hazlitt’s “An Account of the State of Religion in America,” by “An Old Unitarian,” from the Monthly Repository, 3 (1808): 302-307.
book
6717 Ernest J. Moyne "The Hazlitts’ Jewish Neighbors in Eighteenth-Century Philadelphia," American Jewish Historical Quarterly, 56 (1966/67): 452-456.
jnl
6718 David B. Parke "Liberals and Liberalism Since 1900," Proceedings of the Unitarian Historical Society, Vol. 15, Pt. 2 (1964, published 1967): 1-25.
jnl
6719 William H. Pease, Jane H. Pease "Samuel J. May: Civil Libertarian," Cornell Library Journal, 3 (Autumn 1967): 7-25.
jnl
6720 William H. Pease, Jane H. Pease "Freedom and Peace: A Nineteenth Century Dilemma," Midwest Quarterly, 9 (1967): 23-42.
Samuel J. May.
jnl
6721 Henry F. Pommer Emerson’s First Marriage, Carbondale and Edwardsville, Ill., 1967.
book
6722 Paschal Reeves "The Making of a Mystic: A Reconstruction of the Life of Jones Very," Essex Institute Historical Collections, 103 (1967): 3-30.
jnl
6723 John Clifford Robertson, Jr. "The Concept of the Divine Person in the Thought of Charles Hartshorne and Karl Barth." Dissertation, Yale University, 1967. DA 68-13193.
diss
6724 Edward H. Rockey "John Haynes Holmes’s Published Opinions on Human Freedom." Dissertation, New York University, 1967. DA 67-11123.
diss
6725 Alan Seaburg "Missionary to Scotland: Caroline Augusta Soule," Transactions of the Unitarian Historical Society (British), 14 (1967): 28-41.
jnl
6726 Warren Sylvester Smith The London Heretics, 1870-1914, London, 1967.
Frequent references to Moncure Conway, especially pp. 104-131.
book
6727 Wilson Smith "John Locke in the Great Unitarian Controversy," pp. 78-100 in Harold M. Hyman, and Leonard W. Levy, eds., Freedom and Reform: Essays for Henry Steele Commager, New York, 1967.
article in book
6728 Richard Harlan Thomas "Jenkin Lloyd Jones: Lincoln’s Soldier of Civic Righteousness." Dissertation, Rutgers—The State University of New Jersey, 1967. DA 67-14554.
diss
6729 George H. Williams "The Attitude of Liberals in New England Toward Non-Christian Religions, 1784-1885," Crane Review, 9 (1967): 59-89.
jnl
6730 John B. Wilson "Elizabeth Peabody and Other Transcendentalists on History and Historians," The Historian, 39 (1967): 72-86.
jnl
6731 Conrad Wright "Piety, Morality, and the Commonwealth," Crane Review, 9 (1967): 90-106.
Reprinted in Conrad Wright, The Unitarian Controversy (9427): 17-35.
jnl
6801 Charles J. Beirne, S.J. "The Theology of Theodore Parker and the War with Mexico," Essex Institute Historical Collections, 104 (1968) 130-137.
jnl
6802 Mary F. Bogue "The Minneapolis Radical Lectures and the Excommunication of the Reverend Herman Bisbee," Journal of the Universalist Historical Society, 7 (1968): 3-69.
jnl
6803 Peter Brock Radical Pacifists in Antebellum America, Princeton, N.J., 1968.
Noah Worcester.
book
6804 Deems M. Brooks "Toward a Synthesis of Creative Communication in the Philosophy of Henry Nelson Wieman." Dissertation, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, 1968. DA 69-06251.
diss
6805 Lawrence I. Buell "Unitarian Aesthetics and Emerson’s Poet-Priest," American Quarterly, 20 (1968): 3-20.
jnl
6806 Jerry V. Caswell "‘A New Civilization Radically Higher Than the Old’: Adin Ballou’s Search for Social Perfection," Journal of the Universalist Historical Society, 7 (1968): 70-96.
jnl
6807 Larry R. Cobb "Creativity in Politics: The Political Thought of Henry Nelson Wieman." Dissertation, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, 1968. DA 69-01741.
diss
6808 John J. Duffy "Transcendental Letters from George Ripley to James Marsh," Emerson Society Quarterly, No. 50, Supplement (1968) 20-24.
jnl
6809 Tilden G. Edelstein Strange Enthusiasm: A Life of Thomas Wentworth Higginson, New Haven, 1968.
book
6810 H. Crosby Englizian Brimstone Corner: Park Street Church, Boston, Chicago, 1968.
Park Street Church, an evangelical response to early Unitarianism.
book
6811 George D. Exoo "Cerebral Seminary: The Story of the Wade Theological School," Proceedings of the Unitarian Historical Society, Vol. 15, Pt. 2 (1965, published 1968): 47-65.
Henry W. Bellows, Frederick Lucian Hosmer.
jnl
6812 Gerald J. Goodwin "The Myth of 'Arminian-Calvinism' in Eighteenth-Century New England," New England Quarterly, 41 (1968): 213-237.
jnl
6813 Fred E. Heifner, Jr. "The Concept of Religious Knowledge in the Empirical Theology of Henry Nelson Wieman." Dissertation, New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, 1968.
diss
6814 James D. Hunt "The Liberal Theology of Clarence R. Skinner," Journal of the Universalist Historical Society, 7 (1968): 102-120.
jnl
6815 Sheldon W. Liebman "Emerson’s Transformation in the 1820’s," American Literature, 40 (1968): 133-154.
jnl
6816 Edward H. Madden Civil Disobedience and Moral Law in Nineteenth-Century American Philosophy, Seattle, 1968.
The second half of the book deals with Transcendentalists and Transcendental influences—e.g., G.W. Curtis; reference also to Charles Eliot Norton.
book
6817 Roger Chester Mueller "The Orient in American Transcendental Publications." Dissertation, University of Minnesota, 1968. DA 69-01525.
diss
6818 Arthur Saul Pfeffer "The Instauration of Spirit: Transcendentalism and Francis Bacon." Dissertation, City University of New York, 1968. DA 68-6967.
diss
6819 John Ratté Three Modernists: Alfred Loisy, George Tyrell, William L. Sullivan, London, 1968.
book
6820 Carl Seaburg "Some Universalist Notes in John Pierce’s Memoirs," Journal of the Universalist Historical Society, 7 (1968): 121-125.
jnl
6821 Clifford K. Shipton Biographical Sketches of Those Who Attended Harvard College In the Classes 1756-1760, [ Sibley’s Harvard Graduates, Vol. 14], Boston, 1968.
Simeon Howard, pp. 279-289; Paul Coffin, pp. 403-409; Henry Cumings, pp. 547-583; Samuel Deane, pp. 591-598.
series
6822 Nancy Jean Sonneveldt "Analysis of an Early Nineteenth-Century American Publication, The Spirit of the Pilgrims, with Emphasis on Religious Controversy, Revivalism, and Social Reform." Dissertation, Michigan State University, 1968. DA 69: 5956.
The Spirit of the Pilgrims an aggressively anti-Unitarian journal; the dissertation written within the frame of reference of the editors of the journal, reproducing all their biases.
diss
6823 Douglas C. Stange "The Conversion of Frederic Dan Huntington (1859): A Failure of Liberalism?," Historical Magazine of the Protestant Episcopal Church, 37 (1968): 287-298.
jnl
6824 Harry M. Stokes "Henry Whitney Bellows’s Vision of the Christian Church," Proceedings of the Unitarian Historical Society, Vol. 15, Pt. 2 (1965, published 1968): 1-16.
jnl
6825 George Hunston Williams Joseph Priestley on Luther, Philadelphia, 1968.
Reprint from Jaroslav Pelikan, ed., Interpreters of Luther: Essays in Honor of Wilhelm Pauck.
book
6826 John Enoch Williams A History of Universalism in North Carolina, n.p., 1968.
Publication of the Universalist Convention of North Carolina.
book
6827 Conrad Wright "Henry W. Bellows and the Organization of the National Conference," Proceedings of the Unitarian Historical Society, Vol. 15, Pt. 2 (1965, published 1968): 17-46.
Reprinted in Conrad Wright, The Liberal Christians (7043), pp. 81-109.
jnl
6901 Horace Lyman Bachelder The Liberal Church at the End of the Oregon Trail, Portland, Ore., 1969.
First Congregational Society of Oregon City; published by the church.
book
6902 Jerry Wayne Brown The Rise of Biblical Criticism in America, 1800-1870: The New England Scholars, Middletown, Conn., 1969.
Buckminster, Norton, Parker.
book
6903 Calla Butler "Unitarian and Universalist Societies: Comparative Statistics," Typescript, 1969.
In Andover-Harvard Library; tabulation of membership statistics from yearbooks 1959-60, 1961-62, 1967-68.
typescript
6904 Kenneth W. Cameron "Emerson Applies for Church Membership in 1865," American Transcendental Quarterly, 1 (1969): 103.
Strictly speaking, an application to join the parish in Concord.
jnl
6905 Robert Clemmer "Historical Transcendentalism in Pennsylvania," Journal of the History of Ideas, 30 (1969): 579-592.
The ahistorical character of New England Transcendentalism contrasted with the historical consciousness of Mercersberg.
jnl
6906 Charles Richard Denton "American Unitarians, 1830-1865: A Study of Religious Opinion on War, Slavery, and the Union." Dissertation, Michigan State University, 1969. DAI 70-9520.
diss
6907 Mary W. Edrich "The Channing Rhetoric and ‘Splendid Confusion'," Emerson Society Quarterly, 57 (1969): 5-12.
Also in Edward Gittleman, ed., The Minor and Later Transcendentalists, A Symposium, Hartford, Conn., 5-12.
jnl
6908 Kathleen Flynn "The Literary Importance of The Western Messenger Under the Editorship of James Freeman Clarke and Others." M.A. Thesis, Wagner College, 1969.
Copy in Andover-Harvard Library.
diss
6909 John Arthur Gustavson "Christian Theology in Process Perspective: A Study of Charles Hartshorne’s Dipolar Theism and Norman Pettenger’s Process Christology." Dissertation, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 1969. DAI 69-19782.
diss
6910 Richard L. Herrnstadt, ed. The Letters of A. Bronson Alcott, Ames, Iowa, 1969.
book
6911 James D. Hunt "Orestes A. Brownson: Our Man in the Catholic Church," Unitarian Universalist Christian, 25 (1969): 38-42.
jnl
6912 Nancy Esther James "Realism in Romance: A Critical Study of the Short Stories of Edward Everett Hale." Dissertation, Pennsylvania State University, 1969. DA 70-19425.
diss
6913 David A. Johnson "Beginnings of Universalism in Louisville," Filson Club History Quarterly, 43 (1969): 173-183.
jnl
6914 Roger C. Mueller "Transcendental Periodicals and the Orient," Emerson Society Quarterly, No. 57 Supplement (1969): 52-57.
jnl
6915 Paschal Reeves "Jones Very as Preacher: The Extant Sermons," Emerson Society Quarterly, Emerson Society Quarterly, No. 57 (1969): 16-22.
Also in Edward Gittleman, ed., The Minor and Later Transcendentalists, A Symposium, Hartford, Conn.
jnl
6916 Robert Adams Rice "Joseph Priestley’s Materialist Theory of Cognition: Its Evolution and Historical Significance." Dissertation, Brandeis University, 1969. DA 69-16315.
diss
6917 John E. Schamberger "Emerson’s Concept of the ‘Moral Sense’: A Study of Its Sources and Its Importance to His Intellectual Development." Dissertation, University of Pennsylvania, 1969. DA 70-16207.
diss
6918 John Frederick Scheck "Transplanting a Tradition: Thomas Lamb Eliot and the Unitarian Conscience in the Pacific Northwest, 1865-1905." Dissertation, University of Oregon, 1969. DA 70-9450.
diss
6919 Joseph R. Sweeny "Elhanan Winchester and the Universal Baptists." Dissertation, University of Pennsylvania, 1969. DA 70-07858.
diss
6920 Sr. Adelaide Thomason, O.S.U. "An Explanation and Application of the Law of Contrast in Charles Hartshorne’s Panentheism." Dissertation, Fordham University, 1969. DAI 69:16241.
diss
6921 Peter Van Egmond "Harned on Emerson’s Friend William Henry Furness," American Transcendental Quarterly, 1 (1969): 15-17.
jnl
6922 Barbara Welter "The Merchant’s Daughter: A Tale from Life," New England Quarterly, 42 (1969): 3-22.
Caroline Healy Dall.
jnl
6923 Conrad Wright "The Election of Henry Ware: Two Contemporary Accounts Edited With Commentary," Harvard Library Bulletin, 17 (1969): 245-278.
Introductory commentary, but not documents, reprinted in Conrad Wright, The Unitarian Controversy (9427), pp. 1-16.
jnl
7001 Dickinson Ward Adams "Jefferson’s Politics of Morality: The Purpose and Meaning of His Extracts from the Evangelists ‘The Philosophy of Jesus of Nazareth’ and ‘The Life and Morals of Jesus of Nazareth’." Dissertation, Brown University, 1970. DA 75-28838.
diss
7002 Kirk Gilbert Allman "The Incorporation of Massachusetts Congregational Churches, 1692-1833: The Preservation of Religious Autonomy." Dissertation, University of Iowa, 1970. DA 71-5706.
diss
7003 Peter Herbert Barnett "Retreat from Idealism: Emersonian Themes in American Religious Philosophy." Dissertation, Columbia University, 1970. DA 71-17464.
Influence on James, Santayana, Dewey.
diss
7004 Elias B. Bull "Founders and Pew Members of the Unitarian Church of Charleston, S.C., 1817-1874," Charleston, S.C., 1970.
Mimeograph. Pamphlet published by the church; copy in Andover-Harvard Library.
typescript
7005 Kenneth Walter Cameron Transcendental Reading Patterns, Harford, Conn., 1970.
Alcotts, Clarke, Hedge, Parker, George Ripley, Samuel Ripley, Jones Very, Charles Stearns Wheeler.
book
7006 J. Wade Caruthers "Who Was Octavius Brooks Frothingham?," New England Quarterly, 43 (1970): 631-637.
jnl
7007 Lloyd Walter Chapin "The Theology of Joseph Priestley: A Study in Eighteenth Century Apologetics." Dissertation, Michigan State University, 1970.
diss
7008 Clifford F. Clark, Jr. "Religious Beliefs and Social Reforms in the Gilded Age: The Case of Henry Whitney Bellows," New England Quarterly, 43 (1970): 59-78.
jnl
7009 Earl Wallace Cory, Jr. "The Unitarians and Universalists of the Southeastern United States During the Nineteenth Century." Dissertation, University of Georgia, 1970. DA 71-13038.
diss
7010 Houston Archer Craighead, Jr. "Process and Being: The Concept of God in the Philosophies of Charles Hartshorne and Paul Tillich." Dissertation, University of Texas, 1970. DA 70-18219.
diss
7011 S.P. Das "Beginnings of American Transcendentalism," Indian Journal of American Studies, 1 (1970): 15-22.
jnl
7012 Carl Dennis "Correspondence in Very’s Nature Poetry," New England Quarterly, 43 (1970): 250-273.
jnl
7013 Loyd D. Easton "Moncure Conway and German Philosophy," pp. 203-222 in Dickinson College, The Spahr Lectures, Vol. 4 , Carlisle, Penn., 1970.
article in book
7014 Donald Louis Gelpi "Emerson’s Philosophy of Religious Experience." Dissertation, Fordham University, 1970. DA 71-8715.
diss
7015 George H. Gibson "Unitarian Congregations in Ante-Bellum Georgia," Georgia Historical Quarterly, 54 (1970): 147-168.
jnl
7016 William G. Heath, Jr. "Cyrus Bartol, Transcendentalist: An Early Critic of Emerson." Dissertation, University of Minnesota, 1970. DA 71-08260.
diss
7017 Daniel Walker Howe The Unitarian Conscience: Harvard Moral Philosophy, 1805-1861, Cambridge, Mass., 1970.
book
7018 Carl T. Jackson "The Orient in Post-Bellum American Thought: Three Pioneer Popularizers," American Quarterly, American Quarterly, 22 (1970): 67-81.
J.F. Clarke, Samuel Johnson, Moncure Conway.
jnl
7019 David A. Johnson "George de Benneville and the Heritage of the Radical Reformation," Journal of the Universalist Historical Society, 8 (1970): 25- 43.
jnl
7020 William Clough Jones "The New England Transcendentalists and the Mexican War." Dissertation, University of Minnesota, 1970. DA 71-18756.
Ripley, W.H. Channing, Dwight, Parker, Emerson.
diss
7021 George W. Knepper New Lamps for Old: One Hundred Years of Urban Higher Education at the University of Akron, Akron, Ohio, 1970.
book
7022 Carol Ruth Morris "Frederick May Eliot, President of the American Unitarian Association (1937-1958)." Dissertation, Boston University, 1970. DA 70-22433.
diss
7023 Kenneth Arlyn Nelson "Richard Clarke Cabot and the Development of Clinical Pastoral Education." Dissertation, University of Iowa, 1970. DA 70-15630.
diss
7024 Lewis Perry "Adin Ballou’s Hopedale Community and the Theology of Anti-Slavery," Church History, 39 (1970): 372-389.
jnl
7025 Robert Lester Reynolds "Benevolence on the Home Front in Massachusetts During the Civil War." Dissertation, Boston University, 1970. DA 70-22409.
Sanitary Commission.
diss
7026 Fred M. Rivers "Francis Ellingwood Abbot: Free Religionist and Cosmic Philosopher." Dissertation, University of Maryland, 1970. DA 71-10488.
diss
7027 Elmo Arnold Robinson American Universalism: Its Origin, Organization and Heritage, New York, 1970.
book
7028 Elmo Arnold Robinson "The Universalist General Convention from Nascence to Conjugation," Journal of the Universalist Historical Society, 8 (1970): 44-93.
jnl
7029 Alan Seaburg, Elmo Robinson "The Universalist General Convention: An Historical Table," Journal of the Universalist Historical Society, 8 (1970): 94-100.
jnl
7030 Merton M. Sealts, Jr. "Emerson and the Scholar, 1833-1837," PMLA, 85 (1970): 185-195.
jnl
7031 Clifford K. Shipton Biographical Sketches of Those Who Attended Harvard College in the Classes 1761-1763, [ Sibley’s Harvard Graduates, Vol. 15], Boston, 1970.
Samuel West of Boston, Jeremy Belknap, John Lathrop.
series
7032 Lewis P. Simpson "Joseph Stevens Buckminster and the New England Clerisy," pp. 259-282 in Thomas Austin Kirby, and william John Olive, eds., Essays in Honor of Samuel Linworth Manila, Baton Rouge, La., 1970.
article in book
7033 Warren Sylvester Smith "Moncure Conway’s Journal Back to Earth," pp. 225-238 in Dickinson College, The Spahr Lectures, Vol. 4 , Carlisle, Penn., 1970.
article in book
7034 Laurence C. Staples Washington Unitarianism: A Rich Heritage, Washington, 1970.
Published by All Souls Church.
book
7035 Bruce Milton Stephens "The Doctrine of the Trinity from Jonathan Edwards to Horace Bushnell: A Study in the Eternal Sonship of Christ." Dissertation, Drew University, 1970. DA 70-24591.
diss
7036 Per Sveino Orestes A. Brownson’s Road to Catholicism, Oslo and New York, 1970.
book
7037 Richard E. Sykes "The Changing Class Structure of Unitarian Parishes in Massachusetts, 1780-1880," Review of Religious Research, 12 (1970): 26-34.
A chapter from his dissertation (6634).
jnl
7038 Louis Tenzis "Ralph Waldo Emerson’s Approach to God." Dissertation, Loyola University of Chicago, 1970.
diss
7039 Louis Bonzano Weeks "Theodore Parker: The Minister as Revolutionary." Dissertation, Duke University, 1970. DA 71-10435.
diss
7040 Peter William Williams "A Mirror for Unitarians: Catholicism and Culture in Nineteenth Century New England Literature." Dissertation, Yale University, 1970. DA 71-17165.
diss
7041 Robert John Wilson "Ebenezer Gay: A Cautious Arminian." Dissertation, University of Hawaii, 1970.
Copy in Andover-Harvard Library.
diss
7042 Harold Field Worthly "An Inventory of the Records of the Particular (Congregational) Churches of Massachusetts Gathered 1620-1805," Proceedings of the Unitarian Historical Society, Vol. 16, Pts. 1 and 2 (1966-1969).
Jointly sponsored publication, appearing also as Harvard Theological Studies, Vol. 25.
jnl
7043 Conrad Wright The Liberal Christians: Essays on American Unitarian History, Boston, 1970.
Supernatural Rationalism; Channing; Emerson and Barzillai Frost; Antislavery; Bellows; Church and State.
book
7101 Robert C. Albrecht Theodore Parker, New York, 1971.
book
7102 Ernest Cassara, ed. Universalism in America: A Documentary History, Boston, 1971.
book
7103 Daniel Ross Chandler The Official, Authorized Biography of the Reverend Doctor Preston Bradley, New York, 1971.
book
7104 John Wheeler Clarkson, Jr. "An Annotated Checklist of the Letters of Franklin Benjamin Sanborn (1831-1917)." Dissertation, Columbia University, 1971. DA 74-8165.
diss
7105 Ralph Waldo Emerson The Collected Works . . . Volume I: Nature, Addresses, and Lectures, Cambridge, Mass., 1971.
Includes a definitive text of the Divinity School Address established by Alfred E. Ferguson, with introduction and notes by Robert F. Spiller.
book
7106 nnu
7107 Frederick Stuart French "The Trials of Abner Kneeland: A Study in the Rejection of Democratic Secular Humanism." Dissertation, George Washington University, 1971. DA 72-8998.
diss
7108 George H. Gibson, ed. "The Georgia Letters of John Pierpont, Jr., to His Father," Georgia Historical Quarterly, 55 (1971): 543-581; 56 (1972): 112-137.
jnl
7109 William James Gilmore "Orestes Brownson and New England Religious Culture, 1803, 1827." Dissertation, University of Virginia, 1971.
diss
7110 Dana McLean Greeley 25 Beacon Street and Other Recollections, Boston, 1971.
book
7111 Stephen Walter Haycox "Jeremy Belknap and Early American Nationalism: A Study In the Political and Theological Foundations of American Liberty." Dissertation, University of Oregon, 1971. DA 71-23113.
diss
7112 Dewitte Holland, ed. Sermons in American History: Selected Issues in the American Pulpit, 1630-1967, Nashville, 1971.
Contains Thomas Olbricht, “The Rise of Unitarianism in America,” introducing the reprint of a sermon by Aaron Bancroft, pp. 122-140; and Hubert Vance Taylor, “Preaching on Slavery,” introducing the reprint of a sermon by Theodore Parker, pp. 204-218.
book
7113 Hope Holway History of All Souls Church of Tulsa, Tulsa, 1971.
Printed for the church.
book
7114 Daniel Walker Howe "A Massachusetts Yankee in Senator Calhoun’s Court: Samuel Gilmore in South Carolina," New England Quarterly, 44 (1971): 197-220.
jnl
7115 Nathan Irvin Huggins Protestants Against Poverty: Boston’s Charities, 1870-1900, Westport, Conn., 1971.
Boston milieu for work of people like F.G. Peabody; mention also of the Benevolent Fraternity, Lend-a-Hand Clubs, Tuckerman, Channing, E.E. Hale.
book
7115.1 Edward T. James, ed. Notable American Women, 3 Vols., Cambridge, Mass., 1971.
Hannah Adams, Vol. 1, pp. 9-11; Clara Barton, Vol.1, pp. 103-108;Antoinette Brown Blackwell, Vol. 1, 158-161; Olympia Brown, Vol.1, pp. 256-258; Augusta Chapin, Vol. 1, pp. 320-321; Maria Westin Chapman, Vol. 1, pp. 324-325; Ednah Dow Littlehale Cheney, Vol. 1,pp. 325-327; Lydia Maria Child, Vol. 1, pp. 330-333; Caroline HealeyDalI, Vol. 1, pp. 428-429; Dorothea Dix, Vol. 1, pp. 486- 489; Charlotte C. Eliot, Vol. 1, pp. 568-569; Eliza Cabot Follen, Vol. 1, pp. 638-639; Margaret Fuller, Vol. 1, pp. 678-682; Caroline Howard Gilman, Vol. 2, pp. 37-39; Phebe Ann Hanaford, Vol. 2, pp. 126-127; Mary Austin Holley, Vol. 2, pp. 204-205; Julia Ward Howe, Vol. 2, pp. 225-229; Caroline M. Kirkland, Vol. 2, pp. 337- 339; Mary Livermore, Vol. 2, pp. 410-413; Abby W. May, Vol. 2, pp. 513-515; Judith Sargent Murray, Vol. 2, pp. 603-605; Elizabeth Palmer Peabody, Vol. 3, pp. 31-34; Aurelia Henry Reinhardt, Vol. 3, pp. 134-136; Sarah Bradford Ripley, Vol. 3, pp. 163-164; Sophia Dana Ripley, Vol. 3, pp. 164-166; Catherine M. Sedgwick, Vol. 3, pp. 256-258; Caroline Augusta Soule, Vol. 3, pp. 325-327; Mary Wilhelmine Williams, Vol. 3, pp. 622-623.
book
7116 Ernest Kurtz, William R. Hutchison "Boston Area Resources for the Study of American Religious History," Religious and Theological Resources, 2 (Oct.-Dec., 1971): Numbers 10-12.
jnl
7117 John A. Lucas "Thomas Wentworth Higginson: Early Apostle of Health and Fitness," Journal of Health, Physical Education, Recreation, 42 (1971): 30-33.
jnl
7118 Paul J. Maher "A Critical Exposition of the Notion of Commitment in the Works of Henry Nelson Wieman." Dissertation, Catholic University of America, 1971. DA 71-20356.
diss
7119 Hugh Marshall Orestes Brownson and the American Republic, Washington, 1971.
book
7120 Jack Mendelsohn Channing: The Reluctant Radical, Boston, 1971.
book
7121 Richard Earle Mooers "Origin and Dispersion of Unitarianism in America." M.A. Thesis, Syracuse University, 1971.
Copy in Andover-Harvard Library.
diss
7122 James Eugene Mooney "Antislavery in Worcester County, Massachusetts: A Case Study." Dissertation, Clark University, 1971. DA 72-3339.
T.W. Higginson, Adin Ballou, S. May, Jr.
diss
7123 Joel Arthur Myerson "A History of the Dial (1840-1844)." Dissertation, Northwestern University, 1971. DA 72-7212.
diss
7124 Joel Myerson "Lowell on Emerson: A New Letter from Concord in 1838," New England Quarterly, 44 (1971): 649-652.
jnl
7125 Howard L. Parsons "American Transcendentalism and Marxism: The Historical Connection Between Marxists and Unitarians," Unitarian Universalist Christian, 26 (1971): 30-38.
jnl
7126 Pamela C. Price "Reform and Patriotism in Mid-Nineteenth Century Bengal: Charles Dall and the Brahmo Somaj, 1855-1866." M.A. Thesis, University of Wisconsin, 1971.
diss
7127 Mary Edrich Redding "Emerson’s ‘Instant Eternity’: An Existential Approach," pp. 43-52 in Eric W. Carlson, and J. Lesley Duncan, eds., Emerson’s Relevance Today: A Symposium, Hartford, Conn., 1971.
Also in American Transcendental Quarterly, 9 (1971).
article in book
7128 David Blair Ripley "The Educational Ideas, Implementations and Influence of A. Bronson Alcott." Dissertation, University of Iowa, 1971. DA 72-8313.
diss
7129 Alfred F. Rosa "‘Aesthetic Culture’: A Lyceum Lecture by William Silsbee," Essex Institute Historical Collections, 107 (1971): 35-61.
Edited with an introduction.
jnl
7130 Louis P. Simpson "The Crisis of Alienation in Emerson’s Early Thought," pp. 35-43 in Eric W. Carlson, and J. Lesley Duncan, eds., Emerson’s Relevance Today: A Symposium, Hartford, Conn., 1971.
Also in American Transcendental Quarterly, 9 (1971).
article in book
7131 Eric Parkman Smith The Church in Concord and Its Ministers, Concord, Mass., 1971?.
Pamphlet published by the Publications Committee of the First Parish in Concord, Mass.
book
7132 Per Sveino "Kristofer Janson and His American Experience," American Norvegica (Oslo), 3 (1971): 88-104.
jnl
7133 William Burton Thompson "Faith and Reason in the Theology of Henry Nelson Wieman." Dissertation, Harvard University, 1971. DA 71-23892.
diss
7134 Harold Young Vanderpool "The Andover Conservatives: Apologetics, Biblical Criticism and Theological Change at the Andover Theological Seminary, 1808-1880." Dissertation, Harvard University, 1971.
Andover Theological Seminary, the orthodox counterpart of the Harvard Divinity School.
diss
7135 Donald Watt From Heresy Toward Truth: The Story of Universalism in Greater Hartford and Connecticut, West Hartford, Conn., 1971.
Published by the Universalist Church of West Hartford.
book
7136 George Hunston Williams "American Universalism: A Bicentennial Historical Essay," Journal of the Universalist Historical Society, Vol. 9 (1971).
jnl
7137 Harold Field Worthley "Doctrinal Divisions in the Church of Christ at Plymouth, 1744-1801," pp. 101-112 in L.D. Geller, ed., They Knew They Were Pilgrims, New York, 1971.
article in book
7201 Louis D. Becker "Unitarianism in Post-War Atlanta, 1882-1908," Georgia Historical Quarterly, 56 (1972): 349-364.
jnl
7202 James Wesley Bergland "The Nature of Theological Inquiry in Henry Nelson Wieman: A Critical Exposition of Wieman’s Theological Position with an Exploration of Some Implications for Theological Education in America." Dissertation, Union Theological Seminary, New York, 1972.
diss
7203 Dilip Kumar Biswas "Rammohun Roy’s Letters to David Reed and William Alexander," Bengal Past and Present, 91 (1972): 1-10.
jnl
7204 Lawrence Buell "The Unitarian Movement and the Art of Preaching in 19th Century America," American Quarterly, 24 (1972): 166-190.
Special reference to Buckminister, Greenwood, Channing, Dewey.
jnl
7205 George F. Carter "Theodore Parker and John P. Hale," Dartmouth College Library Bulletin, 13 (1972): 13-33.
jnl
7206 Warren F. Duclos "Crisis of an American Catholic Modernist: Toward the Moral Absolutism of William L. Sullivan," Church History, 41 (1972): 369-384.
jnl
7207 Glenn Souders Edgerton, Jr. "Authority, Reason, and Experience: An Essay on the Role of Philosophical Presuppositions in Theological Method in American Protestant Thought, 1929-1946." Dissertation, Columbia University, 1972. DA 73-26603.
Henry Nelson Wieman.
diss
7208 Leonard Gilhooley Contradiction and Dilemma: Orestes Brownson and the American Idea, New York, 1972.
book
7209 George Christopher Bartlett Gould "By Whose Authority?: An Historical Study of the Problem of Authority in America Unitarianism and a Suggested Solution." Dissertation, Meadville/Lombard Theological School, 1972.
(Bart Gould)
diss
7210 Daniel Walker Howe "The Decline of Calvinism: An Approach to Its Study," Comparative Studies in Society and History, 14 (1972): 306-327.
jnl
7211 Robert Emerson Ireland "The Concept of Providence in the Thought of William Ellery Channing, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Theodore Parker, and Orestes A. Brownson: A Study in Mid-Nineteenth Century American Intellectual History." Dissertation, University of Maine, 1972. DA 72- 13073.
diss
7212 Joyce Ketcham "The Bibliomania of the Reverend William Bentley, D.D.," Essex Institute Historical Collections, 108 (1972): 275-303.
jnl
7213 George Benson Kirsch "Jeremy Belknap: A Biography." Dissertation, Columbia University, 1972. DA 72-28059.
Also published in the Dissertations in American Biography series, 1980.
diss
7214 Violet A. Kochendoerfer "Success (?) Story: The Question is for You to Answer," Journal of the Liberal Ministry, 12 (1972): 50-61.
jnl
7215 Charles Howard Lippy "Seasonable Revolutionary: Charles Chauncy and the Ideology of Liberty." Dissertation, Princeton University, 1972. DA 72-29799.
diss
7216 D.H. Meyer The Instructed Conscience: The Shaping of the American National Ethic, Philadelphia, 1972.
Francis Bowen, and to a lesser extent A.P. Peabody and James Walker, treated as part of a general discussion of moral philosophy, in which their similarities to such persons as Mark Hopkins, James McCosh, Francis Wayland, and Asa Mahan are stressed.
book
7217 Roger C. Mueller "Samuel Johnson (1822-82): Universal Religion in the Nineteenth Century," The Aryan Path, 43 (1972): 164-168.
jnl
7218 Joel Myerson "A Calendar of Transcendental Club Meetings," American Literature, 44 (1972): 197-207.
jnl
7219 Elinor Sommers Otto The Story of Unity Church, 1872-1972, St. Paul, Minn., 1972.
Printed by the church; copy in Andover-Harvard Library.
book
7220 Jane H. Pease, William H. Pease Bound with Them in Chains: A Biographical History of the Antislavery Movement, Westport, Conn., 1972.
“The Gentle Humanitarian: Samuel Joseph May,” pp. 276-307.
book
7221 Jane H. Pease, William H. Pease "Confrontation and Abolition in the 1850’s," Journal of American History, 58 (1972): 923-937.
jnl
7222 Timothy Frank Reilly "Religious Leaders and Social Criticism in New Orleans, 1800-1961." Dissertation, University of Missouri, Columbia, 1972. DA 73-7076.
diss
7223 Russell E. Richey "Joseph Priestley: Worship and Theology," Transactions of the Unitarian Historical Society (British), 15 (1972): 41-53; 98-104.
jnl
7224 Alexander St.-Ivanyi The Bulfinch Church in Lancaster, Massachusetts, Lancaster, Mass., 1972.
book
7225 Sr. Mary Helena SanFilippo "The New England Transcendentalists’ Opinions of the Catholic Church." Dissertation, University of Notre Dame, 1972. DA 72-26819.
diss
7226 J. Edward Schamberger "The Influence of Dugald Stewart and Richard Price on Emerson’s Concept of the ‘Reason’: A Reassessment," Emerson Society Quarterly, 18 (1972): 179-183.
jnl
7227 Alan Seaburg "Recent Scholarship in American Universalism: A Bibliographical Essay," Church History, 41 (1972): 513-523.
jnl
7228 Clifford K. Shipton Biographical Sketches of Those Who Attended Harvard College in Classes 1764-1767, [ Sibley’s Harvard Graduates, Vol. 16], , 1972.
Timothy Hilliard, pp. 59-63; Thomas Barnard, Jr., pp. 316-322.
series
7229 Richard Frederick Vieth "The Logic of Religion in the Philosophy of Charles Hartshorne." Dissertation, Southern Methodist University, 1972. DA 72-27304.
diss
7230 Edward Wagenknecht Ambassadors for Christ: Seven American Preachers, New York, 1972.
William Ellery Channing: Messages from the Spirit,” pp. 40-67.
book
7231 Claude Welch Protestant Thought in the Nineteenth Century, Vol. 1, New Haven, 1972.
Channing, pp. 127-137; Emerson, pp. 177-183.
book
7232 Ronald Vale Wells Three Christian Transcendentalists: James Marsh, Caleb Sprague Henry, Frederic Henry Hedge, New York, 1972.
Original publication, 1943; reprint edition includes “Introduction to the Octagon Edition,” pp. vii-xxxii, and other added material in appendices.
book
7233 Morton White Science and Sentiment in America: Philosophical Thought from Jonathan Edwards to John Dewey, New York, 1972.
“Transcendentalism: ‘Hallelujah to the Reason Forevermore’,” pp. 71-96; “Emerson,” pp. 97-119.
book
7234 Michael Zuckerman "The Nursery Tales of Horatio Alger," American Quarterly, 24 (1972): 191-209.
jnl
7301 Catherine L. Albanese "In Medias Res: Transcendental Yankees and the Anti­Slavery Cause," Ohio Journal of Religious Studies, 1 (Apr. 1973): 18-22.
Emerson, Alcott, C. Ripley, J.F. Clarke, C. Francis.
jnl
7302 Brian M. Barbour American Transcendentalism: An Anthology of Criticism, Notre Dame, 1973.
Reprint of seventeen articles and chapters of books from Henry James to the present.
book
7303 Elizabeth Leitch Bonkowsky "The Church and the City: Protestant Concerns for Urban Problems." Dissertation, Boston University, 1973. DA 23463.
City missionaries and ministers-at-large.
diss
7304 Lawrence Buell Literary Transcendentalism: Style and Vision in the American Renaissance, Ithaca, N.Y., 1973.
book
7305 Kenneth W. Cameron "William Sr. at the Historical Society," American Transcendental Quarterly, Vol. 18, Part 3 (Spring 1973): 73-77.
Rev. William Emerson.
jnl
7306 Peter King Carley "The Early Life and Thought of Frederick Henry Hedge, 1805-1850." Dissertation, Syracuse University, 1973. DA 74-8237.
diss
7307 Daniel Ross Chandler "Protestant Preaching and the Liberal Tradition," Today’s Speech, 21 (Winter 1973): 39-44.
jnl
7308 William A. Clebsch American Religious Thought: A History, Chicago, 1973.
“The Hospitable Universe of Ralph Waldo Emerson,” Ch. 4.
book
7309 Robert E. Collins Theodore Parker: American Transcendentalist, Metuchen, N.J., 1973.
A critical essay and a collection of his writings.
book
7310 Jere Daniell "Jeremy Belknap and the History of New Hampshire," pp. 241-264 in Lawrence H. Lader, ed., The Colonial Legacy, Vols. 3 and 4, New York, 1973.
article in book
7311 Stephen Robert Davis "From Plowshares to Spindles: Dedham, Massachusetts, 1790-1840." Dissertation, University of Wisconsin, 1973. DA 74-9173.
Division of the churches one result of more heterogeneous society.
diss
7312 Charles Richard Denton "An American War That Unitarians Approved: The Civil War," Proceedings of the Unitarian Historical Society, 1970-72, Vol. 17, Pt. 1 (1973): 46-56.
jnl
7313 Wayne Gard Unitarianism in Dallas, Dallas, 1973.
Outline history of the First Unitarian Church, 1899-1968; published by the church.
book
7314 Clarke Garrett "Joseph Priestley, the Millennium, and the French Revolution," Journal of the History of Ideas, 34 (1973): 51-66.
jnl
7315 Alan Gregg Charles Hartshorne, Waco, Tex., 1973.
Volume in the series: Makers of the Modern Theological Mind.
book
7316 William Gribbin "Vermont’s Universalist Controversy of 1824," Vermont History, 41 (1973): 82-94.
jnl
7317 David A. Johnson To Preach and Fight, Tucson, Ariz., 1973.
Universalism in Cincinnati, 1800-49.
book
7318 James W. Jones The Shattered Synthesis: New England Puritanism Before the Great Awakening, New Haven, 1973.
Lemuel Briant, Ebenezer Gay, Jonathan Mayhew, and Charles Chauncy, pp. 131-197.
book
7319 Carl T. Jackson "Oriental Ideas in American Thought," pp. 427-439 in , Dictionary of the History of Ideas, Vol. 3, New York, 1973.
Influence of Transcendentalists and others.
article in book
7320 David Kopf "The Brahmo Domestication of Unitarianism: Protap Chandra Mazumdar and the Spread of the Bengal Renaissance in South Asia," pp. 27-50 in Barbara Thomas, and Spencer Lavan, eds., West Bengal and Bangladesh: Perspectives from 1972, East Lansing, Mich., 1973.
article in book
7321 John F. Kuhn "Literary Art in the Writings of Jonathan Mayhew." Dissertation, University of Notre Dame, 1973. DA 73-24318.
diss
7322 George H. LaPorte "Francis Greenwood Peabody on the Individual, the Church, and Society," Unitarian Universalist Christian, 28 (1973): 50-59.
jnl
7323 Spencer Lavan "Raja Rammohun Roy and the American Unitarians: New Worlds to Conquer (1821-1834)," pp. 1-16 in Barbara Thomas, and Spencer Lavan, eds., West Bengal and Bangladesh: Perspectives from 1972, East Lansing, Mich., 1973.
article in book
7324 Leonard W. Levy, ed. Blasphemy in Massachusetts: Freedom of Conscience and the Abner Kneeland Case, New York, 1973.
Documentary record. Introduction, pp. vii-xxi, is a reprint of Levy’s article, “Satan’s Last Apostle in Massachusetts” (5313).
book
7325 Charles Wesley Lewis, Jr. "Sense or Nonsense: The Ontological Argument for the Existence of God in the Thought of Charles Hartshorne." Dissertation, University of Georgia, 1973. DA 73-31916.
diss
7326 Clyde Winfield Macdonald, Jr. "The Massachusetts Peace Society 1815- 1828: A Study in Evangelical Reform." Dissertation, University of Maine, 1973. DA 73-19577.
Noah Worcester.
diss
7327 David Russell Maginnes "The Point of Honor: The Rendition of the Fugitive Slave Anthony Burns, Boston, 1854." Dissertation, Columbia University, 1973. DA 74-12736.
Higginson, Parker.
diss
7328 Elizabeth R. McKinsey The Western Experiment: New England Transcendentalism in the Ohio Valley, Cambridge, Mass., 1973.
Clarke, Cranch, W.H. Channing.
book
7329 D.H. Meyer "The Saint as Hero: William Ellery Channing and the Nineteenth-Century Mind," pp. 171-185 in Ian M.G. Quimby, Winterthur Portfolio 8, Charlottesville, Va., 1973.
article in book
7330 Carol R. Morris "The Election of Frederick May Eliot to the Presidency of A.U.A.," Proceedings of the Unitarian Historical Society, 1970-72, Vol. 17, Pt. 1 (1973): 1-45.
Excerpted from her dissertation.
jnl
7331 Joel Myerson "An Annotated List of Contributions to the Boston Dial," Studies in Bibliography, 26 (1973): 133-166.
jnl
7332 Joel Myerson "The Contemporary Reception of the Boston Dial," Resources for American Literary Study, 3 (1973): 203-220.
jnl
7333 Joel Myerson Margaret Fuller: An Exhibition from the Collection of Joel Myerson, Columbia, S.C.], 1973.
book
7334 Joel Myerson "Margaret Fuller’s 1842 Journal: At Concord with the Emersons," Harvard Library Bulletin, 22 (1973): 320-340.
jnl
7335 Joel Myerson "Transcendentalism and Unitarianism in 1840: A New Letter by C.P. Cranch," CLA Journal, 16 (1973): 366-368.
jnl
7336 Wesley Mason Olds "Three Pioneers of Religious Humanism: A Study of ‘Religion Without God’ in the Thought of John H. Dietrich, Curtis W. Reese, and Charles Francis Potter." Dissertation, Brown University, 1973. DA 74-3059.
diss
7337 Lewis Perry Radical Abolitionism: Anarchy and the Government of God in Antislavery Thought, Ithaca, N.Y., 1973.
Though not structured biographically or denominationally, references here to A. Ballou, T.W. Higginson, A.B. Alcott, O.A. Brownson, M.W. Chapman, S.J. May, T. Parker.
book
7338 Joel Porte "The Problem of Emerson," pp. 85-114 in , Uses of Literature, Cambridge, Mass., 1973.
Includes literary analysis of the Divinity School Address.
article in book
7339 Pamela Gwynne Price "Charles Dall as a Backdrop to the Brahmo Samaj of India: 1855-1866," pp. 17-26 in Barbara Thomas, and Spencer Lavan, eds., West Bengal and Bangladesh: Perspectives from 1972, East Lansing, Mich., 1973.
article in book
7340 San Diego, California 100th Anniversary Celebration, 1873-1973, San Diego, Cal., 1973.
Published by the church.
book
7341 Valerie Schneider "Parker’s Assessment of Webster: Argumentative Synthesis Through the Tragic Metaphor," Quarterly Journal of Speech, 59 (1973): 330-336.
jnl
7342 Constance Bartlett Schulz "The Radical Religious Ideas of Thomas Jefferson and John Adams: A Comparison." Dissertation, University of Cincinnati, 1973. DA 73-24855.
diss
7343 Lewis P. Simpson The Man of Letters in New England and the South: Essays on the History of the Literary Vocation in America, Baton Rouge, La., 1973.
“Joseph Stevens Buckminister: The Rise of the New England Clerisy,” pp. 3-31; “Emerson’s Early Thought: Institutionalism and Alienation,” pp. 62-84.
book
7344 Kevin Starr Americans and the California Dream, 1850-1915, New York, 1973.
Starr King, pp. 97-105.
book
7345 Bruce M. Stephens "Nathaniel W. Taylor (1786-1858): On Speaking of the Trinity," Princeton Seminary Bulletin, 66 (1973): 113-119.
Taylor a contemporary of Andrews Norton.
jnl
7346 Madeleine Stern "Elizabeth Peabody’s Foreign Library (1840)," American Transcendental Quarterly, 20 (1973): 5-12.
jnl
7347 Jerry Thornton Ideas Have Consequences: 125 Years of the Liberal Tradition in the Lansing Area, Lansing, Mich., 1973.
book
7348 Eleanor M. Tilton "Emerson’s Lecture Schedule—1837-1838—Revised," Harvard Library Bulletin, 21 (1973): 382-399.
jnl
7349 Donald Frank Warders "‘The Progress of the Hour and the Day’: A Critical Study of The Dial (1840-1844)." Dissertation, University of Kansas, 1973. DA 74-12635.
diss
7350 Faith Williams "Young Emerson as a Religious Writer." Dissertation, Columbia University, 1973. DA 74-29885.
diss
7351 Conrad Wright "The Library of the Unitarian Universalist Association, Unitarian Universalist Historical Scholarship," Proceedings of the Unitarian Historical Society, Vol. 17, Pt. 1 (1973): 63-77.
Reports, 1967 and 1973, to the Board of Trustees of the Unitarian Universalist Association.
jnl
7401 Paul F. Boller, Jr. American Transcendentalism, 1830-1860: An Intellectual Inquiry, New York, 1974.
book
7402 Paul Iver Chestnut "The Universalist Movement in America." Dissertation, Duke University, 1974. DA 74-13470.
diss
7403 William E. Coleman, Jr. "The Role of Prophet in the Abolition Rhetoric of the Reverend Theodore Parker, 1845-1860." Dissertation, Ohio State University, 1974. DA 75-03032.
diss
7404 Charles E. Fager Selma 1965, New York, 1974.
James Reeb.
book
7405 Michael Fellman "Theodore Parker and the Abolitionist Role in the 1850s," Journal of American History, 61 (1974): 666-684.
jnl
7406 Roderick S. French "The Published Writings of Abner Kneeland," Bulletin of Bibliography, 31 (1974): 170-172.
jnl
7407 Nancy Carol Hovarter "The Social and Political Views of Orestes A. Brownson." Dissertation, Ball State University, 1974. DA 75-8525.
diss
7408 Edwin P. Hoyt Horatio’s Boys: The Life and Works of Horatio Alger, Jr., Radnor, Penn., 1974.
Unreliable.
book
7409 Steven Johnson "Young Emerson and the Ministry," Journal of the Liberal Ministry, 14 (Winter 1974): 18-27.
jnl
7410 William B. Jordan, Jr. Episodes from the Unitarian Universalist Experience in Maine, Portland, Me., 1974?.
Pamphlet in Andover-Harvard Library.
book
7411 George B. Kirsch "Jeremy Belknap and the Coming of the Revolution," Historical New Hampshire, 29 (1974): 151-172.
jnl
7412 Walter Donald Kring Liberals Among the Orthodox: Unitarian Beginnings in New York City, 1819-1839, Boston, 1974.
book
7413 Charles Huber Lesser "Joseph Priestley (1733-1804): The Mind of a Materialist. An Intellectual Biography." Dissertation, University of Michigan, 1974. DA 75-10214.
diss
7414 Sheldon W. Liebman "Emerson’s Discovery of the English Romantics, 1818-1836," American Transcendental Quarterly, 21 (Winter 1974): 36-44.
jnl
7415 Charles H. Lippy "The Great Awakening: An Opponent’s Perspective," Ohio Journal of Religious Studies, 2 (1974): 44-52.
Charles Chauncy.
jnl
7416 James R. McGovern "John Pierce: Yankee Social Historia," Old Time New England, 64 (1974): 77-86.
jnl
7417 Philip English Mackey "An All-Star Debate on Capital Punishment, Boston, 1854," Essex Institute Historical Collections, 110 (1974): 182-199.
Unitarians involved: Walter Channing, Frederick W. Holland, Theodore Parker, John A. Andrew; Universalists: A.A. Miner, Charles Spear, Catherine S. Brown.
jnl
7418 Ina Mansur A New England Church, 1730-1834, Freeport, Me., 1974.
Bedford, Mass.
book
7419 Mary L. Minella, O.L.V.M. "The Eschatological Dimension in Henry Nelson Wieman’s Empirical Theology of Creativity." Dissertation, Catholic University of America, 1974. DA 74-12341.
diss
7420 Ernest J. Moyne "The Reverend William Bentley and the Portraits of Governor Winthrop," Essex Institute Historical Collections, 110 (1974): 49-56.
jnl
7421 Joel Myerson "Caroline Dall’s Reminiscences of Margaret Fuller," Harvard Library Bulletin, 22 (1974): 414-428.
jnl
7422 Joel Myerson "'A True & High Minded Person’: Transcendentalist Sarah Clarke," Southwest Review, 59 (1974): 163-172.
Sister of James Freeman Clarke.
jnl
7423 Marilyn Ruth Nicoson "The Inworld and the Outworld in the Poetry of Christopher Pearse Cranch." Dissertation, University of Pittsburgh, 1974. DA 75-18250.
diss
7424 Padraic O'Hare "The Thought of Henry Nelson Wieman: Analysis of the Implications of His Thought for Religious Education." Dissertation, Columbia University, 1974. DA 74-23529.
diss
7425 Sheldon P. Peterfreund "George Ripley: Forerunner of Twentieth Century Ethical Intuitionism," Person, 55 (1974): 298-302.
jnl
7426 Richard D. Pierce, ed. The Records of the First Church in Salem, Massachusetts, 1629-1736, Salem, Mass., 1974.
book
7427 Jacob Frank Schulman "Emerson’s Reasons for Leaving the Parish Ministry." Dissertation, Meadville/Lombard Theological School, 1974.
diss
7428 Douglas Charles Stange "Patterns of Antislavery Among American Unitarians, 1831-1860." Dissertation, Harvard University, 1974.
diss
7429 Taylor Stoehr "Transcendentalist Attitudes Toward Communitism and Individualism," Emerson Society Quarterly, 20 (2nd Quarter 1974): 65-90.
Incorporated into his Nay-Saying in Concord, Hamden, Conn., 1979.
jnl
7430 Clare Taylor British and American Abolitionists. An Episode in Transatlantic Understanding, Edinburgh, 1974.
Letters from the Anti-Slavery Collection in the Boston Public Library and the S.J. May Collection at Cornell. S.J. May, Samuel May, Jr., Maria Weston Chapman and others of the Garrisonian persuasion well represented.
book
7431 Ola Elizabeth Winslow "Jonathan Mayhew," Bulletin of the Congregational Library, 26 (1974): 4-11.
jnl
7432 Esther Woo "An Examination of Hartshorne’s Critique of the Notion of Absolute Being in Classical Tradition." Dissertation, Fordham University, 1974. DA 74-19695.
diss
7501 James Luther Adams "Leslie Talbot Pennington, 1899-1974," Unitarian Universalist Christian, 29 (1975): 38-41.
jnl
7502 James Luther Adams "William Wallace Fenn as Critic of Liberal Christianity," Unitarian Universalist Christian, 29 (1975): 13-17.
Followed by a reprint of Fenn’s paper, “Modern Liberalism,” and appreciations of Fenn by Dan H. Fenn, Roger C. Fenn, and Dana McL. Greeley.
jnl
7503 William Adler "Theodore Parker and D.F. Strauss’s Das Leben Jesu," Unitarian Universalist Christian, 30 (1975): 19-30.
jnl
7504 Sydney E. Ahlstrom "Francis Ellingwood Abbot and the Free Religious Association," Proceedings of the Unitarian Historical Society, 1973-1975, Vol. 17, Pt. 2 (1975): 1-21.
jnl
7505 Catherine Albanese "The Kinotic Revolution: Transformation in the Language of the Transcendentalists," New England Quarterly, 48 (1975):319-340.
Discussion of metaphors and symbols, with reference to Emerson, Ripley, Alcott, Clarke, Hedge, Francis.
jnl
7506 Charles Edward Alberti "Brook Farm’s Educational Philosophy (1841- 1846): A Study Into Its Methods, Axiology and Epistemology." Dissertation, Loyola University of Chicago, 1975.
diss
7507 Mania Kelinburd Baghdadi "Protestants, Poverty and Urban Growth: A Study of the Organization of Charity in Boston and New York, 1820- 1865." Dissertation, Brown University, 1975. DA 76-15607.
Joseph Tuckerman, pp. 47-98.
diss
7508 Bloomington, Illinois, Unitarian Church One Hundred Fifteen Years of Churchmanship: A History of Unitarianism in Bloomington-Normal, Bloomington-Normal, Ill., 1975.
“By Members of the Parish.” Published by the Church.
book
7509 Rodney Cobb Authorized History, Unitarian Universalist Society, Sacramento, Pt. I, 1868-1915, Sacramento, Cal., 1975.
Published by the Church.
book
7510 Donald A. Crosby Horace Bushnell’s Theory of Language, in the Context of Other Nineteenth-Century Philosophies of Language, The Hague, 1975.
A section on Andrews Norton.
book
7511 Curtis Dahl "New England Unitarianism in Fictional Antiquity: The Romances of William Ware," New England Quarterly, 48 (1975): 104-115.
jnl
7512 Minda Ruth Pearson Dorn "Literary Criticism in the Boston Quarterly Review, the Present, and the Massachusetts Quarterly Review." Dissertation, Southern Illinois University, 1975. DA 76-13234.
Brownson, W. H. Channing, Theodore Parker.
diss
7513 Mary R. Fenn Tales of an Old Church, Concord, Mass., 1975.
Published by the Women’s Parish Association, Concord.
book
7514 James Walter Fraser "Pedagogue for God’s Kingdom: Lyman Beecher and the Second Great Awakening." Dissertation, Columbia University, 1975. DA 75-27407.
Opponent of Unitarianism.
diss
7515 Clarke Garrett Respectable Folly: Millenarians and the French Revolution in France and England, Baltimore, 1975.
Ch. 6 deals largely with Priestley; material revised from 1973 article (7314).
book
7516 Abid U. Ghazi "Raja Rammohun Roy (1772-1833): Encounter with Islam and Christianity, the Articulation of Hindu Self-Consciousness." Dissertation, Harvard University, 1975.
“Relations with Unitarian Christianity,” pp. 287-392.
diss
7517 James Lafayette Gurley "Thomas Jefferson’s Philosophy and Theology: As Related to His Political Principles Including Separation of Church and State." Dissertation, University of Michigan, 1975. DA 75-20359.
diss
7518 Mark W. Harris "Liberal Religion in Western Massachusetts: The First Church of New Salem, 1750-1850." M.A. Thesis, University of New Hampshire, 1975.
Copy in Andover-Harvard Library.
diss
7519 Robert M. Hemstreet Some Notes on Unitarian Universalist Creedlessness, Lutherville, Md., 1975.
Published by the Joseph Priestley District.
book
7520 Catherine F. Hitchings "Universalist and Unitarian Women Ministers," Journal of the Universalist Historical Society, 10 (1975).
Entire issue a biographical dictionary.
jnl
7521 Daniel W. Howe "Samuel Gilman: Unitarian Minister and Public Man," Proceedings of the Unitarian Historical Society, Vol. 17, Pt. 2 (1975):45-53.
jnl
7522 Paul J.L. Hughes "Edward Everett Hale and the American City." Dissertation, New York University, 1975. DA 75-22894.
diss
7523 Richard A. Hutch "From Mother’s Son to Native Son: The Vocational Weaning of Ralph Waldo Emerson," Unitarian Universalist Christian, .
jnl
7524 William R. Hutchison "New Introduction," to the reprint edition of Octavius Brooks Frothingham, The Religion of Humanity, Hicksville, N.Y., 1975.
article in book
7525 [William B. Jordon] The First Parish Church Unitarian Universalist, Portland, Me., 1975.
Portland, Me., church.
book
7526 Donald N. Koster Transcendentalism in America, Boston, 1975.
book
7527 Spencer Lavan "Rammohun Roy and the Rev. Jared Sparks," Bengal: Past and Present, 94 (Jan-June 1975): 25-30.
jnl
7528 Spencer Lavan "Unitarianism and Acculturation: Jabez T. Sunderland in India (1895-1896)," Proceedings of the Unitarian Historical Society, Vol. 17, Pt. 2 (1975): 73-91.
jnl
7529 David Clifton Lawson "Swords into Plowshares, Spears into Pruning- hooks: The Intellectual Foundations of the First American Peace Movement, 1815-1865." Dissertation, University of New Mexico, 1975. DA 75-28670.
Noah Worcester.
diss
7530 Edward M. Lawton, Jr. The Sesquicentennial History of the Unitarian Society of Northampton and Florence, Northampton, 1975.
Put out by the church; copy in Andover-Harvard Library.
book
7531 Charles H. Lippy "Restoring a Lost Ideal: Charles Chauncy and the American Revolution," Religion in Life, 44 (1975): 491-502.
jnl
7532 James R. McGovern Yankee Family, New Orleans, 1975.
John Pierce.
book
7533 Juliet Haines Mofford The History of North Parish Church of North Andover, North Andover, Mass., 1975.
book
7534 Joel Myerson "Eight Lowell Letters from Concord in 1838," Illinois Quarterly, 38 (1975): 20-42.
Emerson, Barzillai Frost.
jnl
7535 Joel Myerson "Frederic Henry Hedge and the Failure of Transcendentalism," Harvard Library Bulletin, 23 (1975): 396-410.
jnl
7536 Joel Myerson "Two Unpublished Reminiscences of Brook Farm," New England Quarterly, 48 (1975): 253-260.
jnl
7537 Joel Myerson "An Ungathered Sanborn Lecture on Brook Farm," American Transcendental Quarterly, 26, Supplement (1975): 1-11.
jnl
7538 David B. Parke The Unitarian Consensus in 1825: Humanness/Church/Ministry as Experienced in the Formation of the American Unitarian Association, n.p., 1975.
Address at 1975 Convocation of Unitarian Universalist Ministers Association; copy in Andover-Harvard Library.
book
7539 Jane H. Pease, William H. Pease The Fugitive Slave Law and Anthony Burns: A Problem in Law Enforcement, Philadelphia, 1975.
Parker, Higginson.
book
7540 Timothy F. Reilly "Parson Clapp of New Orleans: Antebellum Social Critic, Religious Liberal, and Member of the Establishment," Louisiana History, 16 (1975): 167-191.
jnl
7541 Robert Stanley Rich "Politics and Pedigrees: The Wealthy Men of Boston, 1798-1852." Dissertation, University of California, Los Angeles, 1975. DA 75-25815.
diss
7542 Peter T. Richardson "Boston Unitarianism: A Sesquicentennial Retrospect," Unitarian Universalist Christian, 30 (1975): 5-18.
jnl
7543 David Robinson "Jones Very, the Transcendentalists and the Unitarian Tradition," Harvard Theological Review, 68 (1975): 103-124.
jnl
7544 David Robinson "Jones Very: An Essay in Bibliography," Resources for American Literary Study, 5 (1975): 131-146.
jnl
7545 Richard M. Rollins "Adin Ballou and the Perfectionist’s Dilemma," Journal of Church and State, 17 (1975): 459-496.
jnl
7546 J. Frank Schulman "Why Emerson Left the Ministry," Unitarian Universalist Christian, 29 (1975): 4-12.
jnl
7547 John F. Scheck "Thomas Lamb Eliot and His Vision of an Enlightened Community," pp. 235-260 in Thomas Vaughan, ed., The Western Shore: Oregon Country Essays Honoring the American Revolution, Portland Ore., 1975.
article in book
7548 William F. Schulz "Making the Manifesto: A History of Early Religious Humanism." Dissertation, Meadville/Lombard Theological School, 1975.
diss
7549 Clifford K. Shipton Biographical Sketches of Those Who Attended Harvard College in the Classes 1768-1771, [ Sibley’s Harvard Graduates, Vol. 17], Boston, 1975.
Joseph Thaxter, pp. 95-101; Zedekiah Sanger, pp. 611-613.
series
7550 Bruce M. Stephens "Liberals in the Wilderness: The Meadville Theological School, 1844-1856," Pennsylvania History, 42 (1975): 291-302.
jnl
7551 Bruce M. Stephens "Samuel Miller (1769-1850): Apologist for Orthodoxy," Princeton Seminary Bulletin, 47 (1975): 33-47.
Controversy with Jared Sparks.
jnl
7552 Ronald Story "Class and Culture in Boston: The Athenaem, 1807-1860," American Quarterly, 2 (1975): 178-199.
jnl
7553 Paul Thead Unity and Diversity: Historical Highlights and Essays (1957-1975), Lincroft, N.J., 1975.
First Unitarian Church of Monmouth County.
book
7554 Janice Joan Thompson "Caroline Howard Gilman—Her Mind and Art." Dissertation, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 1975. DA 76-20079.
diss
7555 Jacob Trapp "Ralph Waldo Emerson: Continental Divide of American Unitarianism," Unitarian Universalist Christian, 30 (1975): 31-38.
jnl
7556 George H. Williams "“New Introduction”," to reprint edition of James Freeman Clarke, Ten Great Religions, Hicksville, N.Y., 1975.
article in book
7557 Conrad Wright "“New Introduction”," to reprint edition of William Henry Channing, Memoir of William Ellery Channing, Hicksville, N.Y., 1975.
article in book
7558 Conrad Wright "“New Introduction”," to reprint edition of Charles Chauncy, Salvation For All Men, Hicksville, N.Y., 1975.
article in book
7559 Conrad Wright "“New Introduction”," to reprint edition of Octavius Brooks Frothingham, Boston Unitarianism, Hicksville, N.Y., 1975.
article in book
7560 Conrad Wright, ed. A Stream of Light: A Sesquicentennial History of American Unitarianism, Boston, 1975.
Chapters by Charles C. Forman, Daniel Walker Howe, Conrad Wright, David B. Parke, Carol R. Morris.
book
7561 Conrad Wright "The Theological World of Samuel Gilman," Proceedings of the Unitarian Historical Society, Vol. 17, Pt. 2 (1975): 54-72.
Reprinted in Conrad Wright, The Unitarian Controversy (94-27).
jnl
7562 John D. Wright, Jr. Transylvania: Tutor to the West, Lexington, Ky., 1975.
“Horace Holley and the Making of a University,” Ch. 5; “The Making of a Martyr,” Ch. 6. Revised edition, 1980.
book
7562 John D. Wright, Jr. Transylvania: Tutor to the West, Lexington, Ky., 1975.
“Horace Holley and the Making of a University,” Ch. 5; “The Making of a Martyr,” Ch. 6. Revised edition, 1980.
book
7601 Scott Allen Our Heritage of Faith, Barnstable, Mass., 1976.
Pamphlet, Unitarian Church, Barnstable.
book
7602 Ross W. Beales, Jr. "‘Our Hearts are Traitors to Themselves’: Jonathan Mayhew and the Great Awakening," Bulletin of the Congregational Library, 27 (176): 4-9.
jnl
7603 Fordyce Richard Bennett "Bronson Alcott: The Transcendental Reformer as Educator." Dissertation, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, 1976.
diss
7604 Peter C. Carafiol "James Marsh’s American Aids to Reflection: Influence Through Ambiguity," New England Quarterly, 49 (1976): 27-45.
jnl
7605 Charles D. Cashdollar "European Positivism and the American Unitarians," Church History, 45 (1976): 490-506.
Influence on “Free Religion.”
jnl
7606 Susan Phinney Conrad Perish the Thought: Intellectual Women in Romantic America, New York, 1976.
Caroline Healey Dall, pp. 162-170.
book
7607 Max Coots Ministers of the Church, 1825-1976, Canton, N.Y., 1976.
Unitarian Universalist Church (First Universalist Society), Canton.
book
7608 Sterling F. Delano "A Rediscovered Transcendental Poem by Frederic Hedge," American Transcendental Quarterly, 29 (1976): 35-36.
jnl
7609 Nina Draxten Kristofer Janson in America, Boston, 1976.
Publication of the Norwegian-American Historical Society.
book
7610 Francis I. Fesperman "Jefferson’s Bible," Ohio Journal of Religious Studies, Vol. 4, No. 2 (Oct. 1976): 78-88.
jnl
7611 Erich Geldbach "A German Liberal Looks at Channing," Unitarian Universalist Christian, 31 (1976): 15-22.
Christian Carl Josias von Bunsen.
jnl
7612 Herbert John Hovenkamp "Science and Religion in America, 1800-1860." Dissertation, University of Texas, Austin, 1976. DA 76-26640.
Influence of Scottish Common Sense Realism stressed, with particular reference to Biblical Criticism.
diss
7613 Richard A. Hutch "Ralph Waldo Emerson: The Birth of a Seer," pp. 197- 200 in Frank E. Reynolds, and Donald Capps, eds., The Biographical Process, The Hague, 1976.
article in book
7614 William R. Hutchison The Modernist Impulse in American Protestantism,, Cambridge, Mass., 1976.
Ch. 1, “The Unitarian Movement and ‘the Spirit of the Age’,” with particular reference to Octavius Brooks Frothingham.
book
7615 Max Kapp, David B. Parke 120 Years: An Account of the Theological School of St. Lawrence University, Canton, N.Y., 1976.
book
7616 Harold Kirker "Charles Bulfinch and the Washington Unitarian Community, 1818-1830," Records of the Columbia Historical Society of Washington, D.C., 1973-74, 49 (1976): 61-77.
jnl
7617 Edith Fox MacDonald Rebellion in the Mountains: The Story of Universalism and Unitarianism in Vermont, Concord, N.H., 1976.
Despite the title, almost entirely devoted to Universalism.
book
7618 Angus Hector MacLean God and the Devil at Seal Cove, Halifax, Nova Scotia, 1976.
Reminiscences of early boyhood in Nova Scotia.
book
7619 Dorothy L. Mann, Anne H. Bates The First Parish Unitarian Church, Bridgewater, Massachusetts, Bridgewater, Mass., 1976.
“An accounting of its history as revealed by its records.”
book
7620 Arthur Cushman McGiffert, Jr. "The Discipline of the Attainable: The Ministry of Samuel Atkins Eliot," Unitarian Universalist Christian, 31 (1976): 23-31.
jnl
7621 Arthur Cushman McGiffert, Jr. Pilot of a Liberal Faith: Samuel Atkins Eliot, 1862-1950, Boston], 1976.
book
7622 Donald H. Meyer The Democratic Enlightenment, New York, 1976.
“From Piety to Moralism” (Chauncy, Mayhew), pp. 35-45; “William Ellery Channing and the Inward Enlightenment,” pp. 199-209.
book
7623 Robert L'H. Miller "The Religious Value System of Unitarian Universalists," Review of Religious Research, 17 (1976): 189-208.
jnl
7624 Walter George Muelder "James Luther Adams as Theological Ethicist," Andover Newton Quarterly, 17 (1976): 186-194.
jnl
7625 Virgil E. Murdock The Institutional History of the American Unitarian Association, Boston], 1976.
Minns Lectures, 1975-76.
book
7626 David B. Parke "Patterns of Power: Universalist and Unitarian Leadership Styles Since 1900," Kairos, No. 2 (Winter 1976), No. 3 (Spring 1976), No. 4 (Summer 1976).
Reprinted in David B. Parke, ed., The Right Time: The Best of Kairos, Boston, 1978, pp. 32-53.
jnl
7627 Elizabeth Putch, Roger S. Norris, Charles A. Gaines A Brief History of the First Parish in Framingham, [Framingham, Mass., 1976.
Pamphlet.
book
7628 Joseph Luke Quinn "Unrepresentative Man: The Significance of Orestes Brownson’s Fear of Self-Assessment." Dissertation, Harvard University, 1976.
diss
7629 Earlene Margaret Regan "A Literary Introduction to Emerson’s Nature," American Transcendental Quarterl, 30, Part 3 (1976): 1-20.
jnl
7630 Audrey Joyce Roberts "The Letters of Caroline M. Kirkland." Dissertation, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 1976. DA 76-20919.
Includes correspondence with the Bellows family.
diss
7631 David M. Robinson "The Context and Development of Emerson’s Philosophy of Human Culture." Dissertation, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 1976. DA 76-28934.
diss
7632 Thomas R. Ryan, C.PP.S. Orestes A. Brownson: A Definitive Biography, Huntington, Ind., 1976.
book
7633 Max L. Stackhouse "Editor’s Introduction," pp. xi-xxx to James Luther Adams, James Luther Adams, On Being Human Religiously, Boston, 1976.
article in book
7634 Douglas C. Stange "The Making of an Abolitionist Martyr: Harvard Professor Charles Theodore Christian Follen (1796-1840)," Harvard Library Bulletin, 24 (1976): 17-24.
jnl
7635 Nancy S. Voye "Asher Benjamin’s West Church: A Model for Change," Old Time New England, 67 (1976): 7-15.
jnl
7636 Althea Romaine Welch "The Way and the Life: Bronson Alcott’s Private Revelation." Dissertation, University of Dallas, 1976. DA 80-0839.
diss
7637 Dennis Welland "Moncure Daniel Conway and Anglo-American Relations," onway and Anglo-American Relations, 81 (Sept. 1976): 4-7.
jnl
7638 Barbara Welter Dimity Convictions: The American Woman and the Nineteenth Century, Athens, Ohio, 1976.
Caroline Healey Dall, pp. 42-56.
book
7639 A. Arnold Wettstein "Religionless Religion in the Letters and Papers from Monticello," Religion in Life, 45 (1976): 152-160.
jnl
7640 George H. Williams "James Luther Adams and the Unitarian Denomination," Andover Newton Quarterly, 17 (1976): 173-185.
jnl
7701 James Luther Adams "The Evolution of My Social Concern," Unitarian Universalist Christian, Vol. 32, No. 1-2 (Spring/Summer 1977): 12-25.
jnl
7702 John R. Adams Edward Everett Hale, Boston, 1977.
book
7703 Catherine L. Albanese Corresponding Motion: Transcendental Religion and the New America, Philadelphia, 1977.
book
7704 Nancy Barcus "Emerson, Calvinism, and Aunt Mary Moody Emerson: An Irrepressible Defender of New England Orthodoxy," Christian Scholar’s Review, 7 (1977/78): 146-152.
jnl
7705 William B. Barton, Jr. A Calendar to the Complete Edition of the Sermons of Ralph Waldo Emerson, Memphis, Tenn., 1977.
book
7706 Lawrence Buell "Identification of Contributors to the Monthly Anthology and Boston Review, 1804-1811," Emerson Society Quarterly, 23 (1977): 99-105.
jnl
7707 Jonathan Sinclair Carey "‘For God or Against Him’: Princeton Theological Seminary and the Unitarians." Dissertation, Princeton Theological Seminary, 1977.
diss
7708 J. Wade Caruthers Octavius Brooks Frothingham, Gentle Radical, University of Alabama, 1977.
book
7709 Deborah P. Clifford "‘The Last Letter to Sammy’ by Julia Ward Howe," Harvard Library Bulletin, 25 (1977): 50-62.
A very personal document, but revealing as to the quality of nineteenth-century Unitarian piety at time of death.
jnl
7710 Margaret Burke Clunie "Furniture Craftsmen of Salem, Massachusetts, in the Federal Period," Essex Institute Historical Collections, 113 (1977): 191-203.
Drawn from the diary of William Bentley.
jnl
7711 Sarah Gibbard Cook From Unity to UU: A History of the Second Unitarian Church of Chicago, Chicago, 1977.
Published by the church.
book
7712 Frederick Charles Dahlstrand "Amos Bronson Alcott: An Intellectual Biography." Dissertation, University of Kansas, 1977. DA 78-09342.
diss
7713 Richard Beale Davis "Moncure Daniel Conway: Radical Southern Intellectual," Interpretation (Memphis, Tenn.), 9 (1977): 1-6.
jnl
7714 Sam Hoffman DeKay "An American Humanist: The Religious Thought of Francis Ellingwood Abbot." Dissertation, Columbia University, 1977. DA 77-24084.
diss
7715 John d'Entremont Moncure Conway, 1832-1907: American Abolitionist, Spiritual Architect of ‘South Place’, Author of ‘The Life of Thomas Paine’, London, 1977.
Pamphlet.
book
7716 Ann Douglas The Feminization of American Culture, New York, 1977.
Neo-orthodox critique of nineteenth-century liberal religion, Unitarians included.
book
7717 Anne Farnam "A Study of Societies: Associations and Voluntarism in Early Nineteenth-Century Salem," Essex Institute Historical Collections, 113 (1977): 181-190.
Drawn from the diary of William Bentley.
jnl
7718 William Lloyd Fox, ed. Recollections and Reflections of Seth R. Brooks and Corinne H. Brooks, Washington, 1977.
Published by the Universalist Memorial Church.
book
7719 Richard Francis "The Ideology of Brook Farm," pp. 1-48 in Joel Myerson, ed., Studies in the American Renaissance, 1977, Boston, 1978.
article in book
7720 Stephen H. Fritchman Heretic: A Partisan Autobiography, Boston, 1977.
See also reviews by Homer Jack and Farley Wheelwright in Kairos, No. 12 (Autumn 1978), reprinted in David B. Parke, ed., The Right Time: The Best of Kairos, Boston, 1982, pp. 54-63.
book
7721 Susan Geib "Landscape and Faction: Special Transformation in William Bentley’s Sale," Essex Institute Historical Collections, 113 (1977): 163-180.
Drawn from the diary of William Bentley.
jnl
7722 Richard S. Gilbert "The Prophetic Imperative: Unitarian Universalist Foundations for a New Social Gospel." Dissertation, Colgate Rochester Divinity School, 1977.
Ch. 2: Reference to Channing Parker, F.G. Peabody, J.H. Holmes, J.L. Adams.
diss
7723 Henry L. Golemba George Ripley, Boston, 1977.
book
7724 Philip F. Gura "The Philosophy of Language: The Dialogue in Transcendentalist Circles, 1820-54." Dissertation, Harvard University, 1977.
diss
7725 Philip F. Gura "Elizabeth Palmer Peabody and the Philosophy of Language," Emerson Society Quarterly, 23 (1977): 154-163.
jnl
7726 William G. Heath, Jr. "Introduction," pp. ix-xliv to Cyrus Bartol, On Spirit and Personality, St. Paul, Minn., 1977.
Bibliography of Bartol’s writings, pp. 185-203.
article in book
7727 Daniel G. Higgins, Jr. "The Unitarian Universalist Association and the Color Line." Dissertation, Meadville/Lombard Theological School, 1977.
diss
7728 William P. Holway "Meaning and the Body: Bioenergetics and the Theology of Henry Nelson Wieman." Dissertation, Meadville/Lombard Theological School, 1977.
diss
7729 Bruce Kuklick The Rise of American Philosophy: Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1860-1930, New Haven and London, 1977.
“Scottish Realism and the Evolutionary Controversy,” pp. 5-126, includes particular reference to Francis Bowen and Francis Ellingwood Abbot.
book
7730 Spencer Lavan Unitarians and India: A Study in Encounter and Response, Boston, 1977.
book
7731 Charles H. Lippy "Trans-Atlantic Dissent and the Revolution: Richard Price and Charles Chauncy," Eighteenth-Century Life, 4 (1977): 31-37.
jnl
7732 Los Angeles, First Unitarian Church The First Hundred Years: A History of the First Unitarian Church of Los Angeles, Los Angeles, 1977.
book
7733 William J. McGlothlin "Rev. Horace Holley: Transylvania’s Unitarian President, 1818-1827," Filson Club History Quarterly, 51 (1977): 234-248.
jnl
7734 William Sherman Minor Creativity in Henry Nelson Wieman, Metuchen, N.J., 1977.
Theological analysis: influences of R.B. Perry, Hocking, Bergson, Whitehead, Dewey.
book
7735 Walter Muelder "James Luther Adams as Theological Ethicist," Andover Newton Quarterly, 17 (1977): 186-194.
jnl
7736 Roger C. Mueller, ed. Selected Writings of Samuel Johnson, Delmar, N.Y., 1977.
Introduction, pp. v-vii; notes on the selected writings, pp. viii-xvii.
book
7737 Joel Myerson "A History of the Transcendental Club," Emerson Society Quarterly, 23 (1977): 27-35.
jnl
7738 Kenneth L. Patton "Historical Postscript," pp. 213-220 in Kenneth L. Patton, A Religion of Realities, Ridgewood, N.J., 1977.
article in book
7739 Richard H. Popkin "Joseph Priestley’s Criticisms of David Hume’s Philosophy," Journal of the History of Philosophy, 15 (1977): 437-447.
jnl
7740 Oval Quist First Unitarian Church, Des Moines, Iowa . . . A Brief History of It by Oval Quist, Des Moines, 1977.
Published by the church.
book
7741 Richard Isaac Rabinowitz "Soul, Character, and Personality: The Transformation of Personal Religious Experience in New England, 1790-1800." Dissertation, Harvard University, 1977.
diss
7742 David Robinson "Christopher Pearse Cranch, Robert Browning, and the Problem of ‘Transcendental’ Friendship," pp. 145-153 in Joel Myerson, ed., Studies in the American Renaissance, 1977, Boston, 1978.
Literary analysis of Cranch’s poetry.
article in book
7743 David Robinson "Unitarian Historiography and the American Renaissance," Emerson Society Quarterly, 23 (1977), 130-137.
Review of the work of Lawrence Buell, Daniel Walker Howe, and Conrad Wright.
jnl
7744 David Robinson, Lawrence Buell "The Poems of Joseph Stevens Buckminster," Resources for American Literary Study, 7 (1977): 41-52.
jnl
7745 Stephen William Schuster, IV "To Build a Monument: Jared Sparks and The Writings of George Washington." Dissertation, Texas Christian University, 1977. DA 78-03181.
diss
7746 Vincent B. Silliman "Hymnbook Reminiscences and Reflections," Kairos, 9/10, 1977/78.
Berry Street Essay, 1977.
jnl
7747 Daniel Edward Slagle "A National Insight: Unitarianism as an Alternative in the Ante-Bellum South." Dissertation, Auburn University, 1977.
diss
7748 Philip ChadwickFoster Smith "William Bentley on Trade and the Marine Artificers," Essex Institute Historical Collections, 113 (1977): 204-215.
jnl
7749 Douglas C. Stange "From Treason to Antislavery Patriotism: Unitarian Conservatives and the Fugitive Slave Law," Harvard Library Bulletin, 25 (1977): 466-488.
jnl
7750 Douglas C. Stange Patterns of Antislavery Among American Unitarians, 1831-1860, Rutherford, N.J., 1977.
book
7751 Robert C. Stewart "Reading Dr. Bentley: A Literary Approach to a Historical Diary," Essex Institute Historical Collections, 113 (1977): 147-162.
jnl
7752 Bryant F. Tolles "Dr. Bentley’s Salem: Diary of a Town," Essex Institute Historical Collections, 113 (1977): 145-146.
“Forward” to a special issue devoted to Salem as seen in Bentley’s diary, with contributions by Clunie, Farnam, Geib, Stewart, Smith, supra.
jnl
7753 Herbert F. Vetter "Introduction: JLA 75," Unitarian Universalist Christian, Vol. 32, No. 1 / 2 (Spring/Summer 1977): 6-11.
James Luther Adams.
jnl
7754 John Richard Wilcox "James Luther Adams: His Contribution to Christian Ethics." Dissertation, Union Theological Seminary, New York, 1977. DA 78-03186.
diss
7755 Prescott Browning Wintersteen Christology in American Unitarianism, Boston, 1977.
Anthology with commentary and historical background; Introduction by George H. Williams.
book
7756 Mary Ella Holst Zippel, Angie Henry Utt Unitarian Universalist Contributors to Literature for Children, New York, 1977.
An annotated bibliography.
book
7801 Carrie S. Allen Our Church: Its First Three Centuries, Milton, Mass., 1978.
Cover title: The First Parish in Milton: 1678-1978. Essay written at an earlier date, “updated by the Tercentenary Committee.”
book
7802 Paula Blanchard Margaret Fuller: From Transcendentalist to Revolutionary, New York, 1978.
book
7803 Patricia McClellan Bowen "The Humiliati of Tufts: A Model for Renewal in Religion." Dissertation, Meadville/Lombard Theological School, 1978.
diss
7804 Carbondale, Illinois Fellowship: The First Twenty-Five Years of the First Unitarian Fellowship of Carbondale, Illinois as Recalled by Some of Its Members, Carbondale, Ill.], 1978.
book
7805 Patricia Ann Carlson "Sarah Alden Ripley—Emerson’s Other Aunt," American Transcendental Quarterly, 40 (1978): 309-322.
jnl
7806 Delores Bird Carpenter "The Life of Lidian Jackson Emerson by Ellen Tucker Emerson." Dissertation, University of Massachusetts, 1978. DA 78-16242.
Text with introductory essay.
diss
7807 Rodney Cobb Authorized History, Unitarian Universalist Society, Sacramento, Part 2, Sacramento, Cal., 1978.
book
7808 Carl Diehl Americans and German Scholarship, 1770-1870, New Haven, 1978.
book
7809 Janet Forsythe Fishburn "The Fatherhood of God and the Victorian Family: A Study of the Social Gospel in America." Dissertation, Pennsylvania State University, 1978. DA 79-02599.
Francis Greenwood Peabody.
diss
7810 George L. Goodwin The Ontological Argument of Charles Hartshorne, Missoula, Mont., 1978.
book
7811 Cohn F. Gunton Becoming and Being: The Doctrine of God in Charles Hartshorne and Karl Barth, New York], 1978.
book
7812 John A. Harrar Reverend Abiel Abbot of Peterborough, New Hampshire, Boston, 1978.
book
7813 Philip Hewett Unitarians in Canada, Toronto, 1978.
book
7814 E. Brooks Holifield The Gentlemen Theologians: American Theology in Southern Culture, Durham, N.C., 1978.
Samuel Gilman, pp. 62-66.
book
7815 Herbert Hovenkamp Science and Religion in America, 1800-1860, [Philadelphia], 1978.
Revision of his dissertation (7612).
book
7816 Jesse Ishikawa "Convers Francis to Theodore Parker: Boston in 1844," Emerson Society Quarterly, 24 (1978): 20-29.
jnl
7817 Anthony P. Johnson "Friend, Brother, Teacher," Unitarian Universalist Christian, 33 (1978): 20-33.
Images of Jesus of Nazareth in the preaching of Theodore Parker.
jnl
7818 Charles Edwin Jones "The Impolitic Mr. Edwards: The Personal Dimension of the Robert Breck Affair," New England Quarterly, 51 (1978): 64-79.
jnl
7819 James A. Levernier "Calvinism and Transcendentalism in the Poetry of Jones Very," Emerson Society Quarterly, 24 (1978): 30-41.
jnl
7820 Wesley T. Mott "Emerson and Antinomianism: The Legacy of the Sermons," American Literature, 40 (1978): 369-397.
jnl
7821 Joel Myerson Brook Farm: An Annotated Bibliography and Resources Guide, New York, 1978.
book
7822 Joel Myerson "Mrs. Dall Edits Miss Fuller: The Story of Margaret and Her Friends," Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 72 (1978): 187-200.
jnl
7823 Joel Myerson, ed. The American Renaissance in New England, [ Dictionary of Literary Biography, Vol. 1 ], Detroit, 1978.
Contains brief entries on thirty or more leading Unitarians, and extended essays on Brownson by Leonard Gilhooley, on Emerson by Lawrence Buell, and on Parker by Conrad Wright.
series
7824 Joel Myerson "Convers Francis and Emerson," American Literature, 50 (1978): 17-36.
jnl
7825 Joel Myerson "James Burrill Curtis and Brook Farm," New England Quarterly, 51 (1978): 396-423.
jnl
7826 Mason Olds Religious Humanism in America: Dietrich, Reese, and Potter, Washington, 1978.
Publication of dissertation (7336).
book
7827 Joseph Wilson Phillips "Jedidiah Morse: An Intellectual Biography." Dissertation, University of California, Berkeley, 1978. DA 79-04576.
diss
7828 Ursula Wall Pitman "Moncure Daniel Conway: The Development and Career of a Southern Abolitionist." Dissertation, Boston College, 1978. DA 78-07243.
diss
7829 Robert Dale Richardson, Jr. Myth and Literature in the American Renaissance, Bloomington, Ind., 1978.
“The Higher Criticism: Theodore Parker and the Mythical View of the Bible,” pp. 34-48.
book
7830 David Robinson "The Career and Reputation of Christopher Pearse Cranch: An Essay in Biography and Bibliography," pp. 453-472 in Joel Myerson, ed., Studies in the American Renaissance, 1978, Boston, 1978.
article in book
7831 David Robinson "The Exemplary Self and the Transcendent Self in the Poetry of Jones Very," Emerson Society Quarterly, 24 (1978): 206-214.
jnl
7832 Bruce A. Rhonda "Sylvester Judd’s Margaret: Open Spirits and Hidden Hearts," American Transcendental Quarterly, 39 (Summer 1978): 217-230.
jnl
7833 Donald W. Rowley History of the First Unitarian Congregational Society and of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Nashua, Nashua, N.H., 1978.
book
7834 Alan Seaberg "Some Unitarian Manuscripts at Andover-Harvard," Harvard Library Bulletin, 26 (1978): 112-120.
jnl
7835 Carl Seaberg Dojin Means All People: The Universalist Mission in ]apan, 1890-1942, Boston, 1978.
book
7836 John Edward Sexton "Charles W. Eliot, Unitarian Exponent of the Doctrine of Tolerance in Religion." Dissertation, Fordham University, 1978. DA 78-14900.
diss
7837 William H. Shurt "Emerson and Lucretius on Nature: Questions of Method and Matter," American Transcendental Quarterly, 38 (1978): 153-165.
Early reading of Lucretius and possible influence on Nature.
jnl
7838 Dorothy T. Spoerl "Overview of Extension Practices in the American Unitarian Association, the Universalist Church of America, and the Unitarian Universalist Association," in Commission on Appraisal, A Brief Look at the History of Extension, Report of the Commission, 1978.
article in book
7839 Douglas C. Stange "Abolitionism as Malificence: Southern Unitarians Versus ‘Puritan Fanaticism’—1831-1860," Harvard Library Bulletin, 26 (1978): 146-171.
Theodore Clapp.
jnl
7840 Sue Kelsey Tester "Ralph Waldo Emerson’s Sermons: A Critical Introduction." Dissertation, Boston University, 1978. DA 78-19835.
diss
7841 James W. Tuttleton Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Boston, 1978.
book
7842 Peter F. Walker Moral Choices: Memory, Desire, and Imagination in Nineteenth-Century American Abolition, Baton Rouge, La., 1978.
Moncure Conway, pp. 3-86.
book
7843 Roy P. Walther A History of the West Shore Unitarian Church 1945 to 1965, Cleveland, Ohio, 1978.
Cleveland, Ohio; pamphlet.
book
7844 William Lamson Warren "Peter Banner, Architect of the Burlington Church," Old Time New England, 69 (1978): 48-70.
Burlington, Vermont.
jnl
7845 John R. Wilcox Taking Time Seriously: James Luther Adams, Washington, 1978.
book
7901 Jay Atkinson "Religious Tolerance in Unitarian-Universalism: Stalking the Illusive Virtue." Dissertation, Meadville/Lombard Theological School, 1979.
diss
7902 E. Digby Baltzell Puritan Boston and Quaker Philadelphia, New York, 1979.
book
7903 Richard Bowerman "Horatio Alger, Jr.; or, Adrift in the Myth of Rags to Riches," Journal of American Culture, 2 (1979): 83-112.
jnl
7904 Lawrence Buell "Channing’s Contribution to American Literature," Kairos, No. 16 (Autumn 1979): 6.
Reprinted in David B. Parke, ed., The Right Time: The Best of Kairos, Boston, 1982, pp. 8-11.
jnl
7905 Lawrence Buell "Joseph Stevens Buckminster: The Making of a New England Saint," Canadian Journal of American Studies, 10 (1979): 1-29.
jnl
7906 Daniel Ross Chandler "John Haynes Holmes: American Conscience," Kairos, No. 16 (Autumn 1979): 10-11.
jnl
7907 F. Forrester Church "Politics and Priestcraft: Jefferson’s Case Against the Clergy," pp. 37-52, 140-144 in Peter I. Kaufman, and Spencer Lavan, eds., Alone Together, Boston, 1979.
article in book
7908 Gary L. Collison "A Calendar of the Letters of Theodore Parker," pp. 150-229 in Joel Myerson, ed., Studies in the American Renaissance, 1979, Boston, 1979.
article in book
7909 Gary L. Collison "A Critical Edition of the Correspondence of Theodore Parker and Convers Francis, 1836-1859." Dissertation, Pennsylvania State University, 1979. DA 80-07222.
diss
7910 Rodney Cobb Authorized History Unitarian Universalist Society, Vol. 3 (1945-1950), Sacramento, Cal., 1979.
book
7911 Donald Dean Dennis "The Deistic Trio: A Study in the Central Religious Beliefs of Ethan Allen, Thomas Paine, and Elihu Palmer." Dissertation, University of Utah, 1979. DA 79-08348.
diss
7912 Frederic C. Detweiler "Thomas Dawes’s Church in Brattle Square," Old-Time New England, Nos. 3-4 (Winter-Spring 1979): 1-17.
Architectural history.
jnl
7913 Charles M. Dye "William Greenleaf Eliot and Washington University, St. Louis: An Innovation in Nineteenth Century American Higher Education," Missouri Historical Society Bulletin, 35 (1978/9): 131-146.
jnl
7914 John R. Flanagan "A Study of Henry Nelson Wieman’s Religious Thought With Reference to Its Implications for Early Childhood Education." Dissertation, University of Iowa, 1979. DA 79-18574.
diss
7915 Shoji Goto "Boston Liberals and Joseph Stevens Buckminster," Rikkyo Review, No. 19 (1979): 53-72.
Publication of Rikkyo University, Tokyo; text in Japanese.
jnl
7916 Len Gougeon "Emerson and Furness: Two Gentlemen of Abolition," American Transcendental Quarterly, 41 (Winter 1979): 17-32.
jnl
7917 Thomas Graham "Jenkin Lloyd Jones and the World’s Columbian Exposition of 1893," Collegium Proceedings, 1 (1979): 61-81.
jnl
7918 Philip F. Gura "The Transcendentalists and Language: The Unitarian Exegetical Background," pp. 1-16 in Joel Myerson, ed., Studies in the American Renaissance, 1979, Boston, 1979.
article in book
7919 William G. Heath, Jr. "Cyrus Bartol’s Transcendental Capitalism," pp. 399-408 in Joel Myerson, ed., Studies in the American Renaissance, 1979, Boston, 1979.
article in book
7920 Charles A. Howe "British Universalism: Elhanan Winchester, William Vidler and the Gospel of Universal Restoration," Transactions of the Unitarian Historical Society (British), 17 (1979): 1-11.
jnl
7921 Ida Metz Hyland Unitarian-Universalism in East Tennessee, Johnson City, Tenn., 1979.
book
7922 George B. Kirsch "Jeremy Belknap and the Problem of Blacks and Indians in Early America," Historical New Hampshire, 34 (1979): 202-222.
jnl
7923 Spencer Lavan "Liberal Religion in India: The Keshub Sen Controversy," pp. 77-78, 174-184 in Peter I. Kaufman, and Spencer Lavan, eds., Alone Together, Boston, 1979.
article in book
7924 Richard Lebeaux "Emerson’s Young Manhood: From Patienthood to Patiencehood," Emerson Society Quarterly, 25 (1979): 203-210.
jnl
7925 Charles Mabee "Thomas Jefferson’s Anti-Clerical Bible," Historical Magazine of the Protestant Episcopal Church, 48 (1979): 473-481.
jnl
7926 Massachusetts Historical Society Catalogue Guide to the Microfilm Edition of the Theodore Parker Papers, Boston, 1979.
book
7927 Jack Mendelsohn "Beyond Protection: Police Spying," pp. 119-131, 154-155 in Peter I. Kaufman, and Spencer Lavan, eds., Alone Together, Boston, 1979.
Police surveillance of First Unitarian Church of Chicago and its minister.
article in book
7928 Russell E. Miller The Larger Hope: The First Century of the Universalist Church in America, 1770-1870, Boston, 1979.
book
7929 Roger C. Mueller "Samuel Johnson, American Transcendentalist: A Short Biography," Essex Institute Historical Collections, 115 (1979): 1-67.
Entire issue devoted to the topic.
jnl
7930 Rudolph Nemser "We Are Not Alone: The Origins of the UUMA Guidelines," Kairos, No. 15 (Summer 1979): 6.
jnl
7931 Owen L. Norment, Jr. "Chauncy, Gordon, and Ferré: Sovereign Love and Universal Salvation in the New England Tradition," Harvard Theological Review, 72 (1979): 285-304.
Chauncy, pp. 285-290.
jnl
7932 Joel Porte "I Am Not the Man You Take Me For’," Harvard Magazine, Vol. 81, No. 5 (May/June 1979): 50-53.
Emerson and the Divinity School Address.
jnl
7933 David Robinson "Channing and the Problem of Social Reform," Kairos, No. 16 (Autumn 1979): 7.
Reprinted in David B. Parke, ed., The Right Time: The Best of Kairos, Boston, 1979, pp. 12-16.
jnl
7934 Anne Carver Rose "Transcendentalism as a Social Movement, 1830-1850." Dissertation, Yale University, 1979. DA 80-11545.
diss
7935 Donald K. Routh The Story of the Eno River Unitarian-Universalist Fellowship, Iowa City, Iowa, 1979.
Eno River, N.C..
book
7936 Wallace P. Rusterholtz The First Unitarian Society of Chicago: A Brief History, Chicago, 1979.
35 pp.
book
7937 James W. Schmotter "The Irony of Clerical Professionalism: New England’s Congregational Ministers and the Great Awakening," American Quarterly, 31 (1979): 148-168.
Some attention to Charles Chauncy.
jnl
7938 J. Frank Schulman "Young Emerson, Norton, and Ware," pp. 53-64, 144-146 in Peter I. Kaufman, and Spencer Lavan, eds., Alone Together, Boston, 1979.
article in book
7939 William Schulz "The Minister and McCarthyism: A. Powell Davies and Post-War Hysteria," pp. 102-118, 151-154 in Peter I. Kaufman, and Spencer Lavan, eds., Alone Together, Boston, 1979.
article in book
7940 Bruce M. Stephens "Frederic Huidekoper (1817-1892): Philanthropist, Scholar, and Teacher," Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, 103 (1979): 53-65.
jnl
7941 Frederick Swanson The Experience of Worship: Von Ogden Vogt’s First Unitarian Church of Chicago, Chicago, 1979.
book
7942 Robert B. Tapp "The Unitarian Universalists: Style and Substance," Christian Century, 96 (1979): 274-279.
Review of findings of surveys of beliefs and values in 1966 and 1974.
jnl
7943 Conrad Wright "In Search of a Usable Past," Collegium Proceedings, 1 (1979): 115-136.
jnl
8001 Charles Harvey Arnold "The Terminology of American Religious Liberalism, 1876," American Journal of Theology and Philosophy, 1 (1980): 35-59.
Chiefly concerned with religious liberalism in mainline Protestant denominations; casual reference only to Unitarians.
jnl
8002 Joseph A. Bassett "“Introduction” to a republication of the Worcester Cathechism (1821) and James Freeman Clarke’s Manual of Unitarian Belief," Unitarian Universalist Christian, Vol. 35, No. 2/3 (Summer/Autumn 1980): 5-63.
Also published separately as a pamphlet: [Unitarian Universalist Christian Fellowship], Unitarian Catechisms, [Boston, 1980].
jnl
8003 James Roland Beasley "The Success of the Cambridge Platform: Interchurch Communion in Early Massachusetts." Dissertation, Tufts University, 1980. DA 80-19283.
Final chapter deals with the Unitarian controversy.
diss
8004 Peter Benes, ed. New England Meeting House and Church: 1630-1850, Boston, 1980.
The Dublin Seminar for New England Folklife: Annual Proceedings 1979. References to Boston churches: First Church, Brattle Street, King’s Chapel, Hollis Street, New South, Federal Street, West Church; also Cohasset.
book
8005 Robert H. Bremner The Public Good: Philanthropy and Welfare in the Civil War Era, New York, 1980.
Some reference to Bellows and the Sanitary Commission.
book
8006 Conrad Cherry Nature and Religious Imagination: From Edwards to Bushnell, Philadelphia, 1980.
Ch. 7, “Unitarianism,” deals with Channing.
book
8007 Lydia Maria Child The Collected Correspondence of Lydia Maria Child, 1817-1880, Millwood, N.Y., 1980?.
Patricia Barber and Milton Meltzer, eds. Microfiche edition, with printed guide by the editors.
book
8008 Charles E. Clark "History, Literature, and Belknap’s ‘Social Happiness’," Historical New Hampshire, 35 (1980): 1-22.
jnl
8009 John Ruskin Clark "Joseph Priestley—Empirical Christian," Unitarian Universalist Christian, Vol. 34, No. 4 (1980): 23-36.
jnl
8010 Deborah A. Cozort, Nancy L. Kessner, Carl Scovel Guide to the Archives of King’s Chapel, 1686-1899, Boston, 1980?.
book
8011 Lawrence A. Cremin American Education: The National Experience, 1783-1876, New York, 1980.
Channing, pp. 28-34; Alcott, pp. 83-91; Mann, pp. 133-142.
book
8012 G. Harris Danzberger Meeting House Meanderings: Memorabilia Concerning Old Ship Meeting House in Hingham, Hingham, Mass., 1980.
book
8013 Francis B. Dedmond "Christopher Pearse Cranch: Emerson’s Self-Appointed Defender Against the Philistines," Concord Saunterer, 15 (1980): 6-19.
jnl
8014 Francis B. Dedmond Sylvester Judd, Boston, 1980.
book
8015 Sterling F. Delano, Rita Colanzi "An Index to Volume VIII of the Harbinger ," Resources for American Literary Study, 10 (Autumn 1980): 173-186.
jnl
8016 Andrew Henry Delbanco "William Ellery Channing: An Essay on the Liberal Spirit in America." Dissertation, Harvard University, 1980.
diss
8017 Mary S. Dennison "Howard MacQueary: Heresy in Ohio," Historical Magazine of the Protestant Episcopal Church, 49 (1980): 109-131.
jnl
8018 Philip B. Eppard, Alan Seaburg "American Literary Manuscripts in the Andover-Harvard Theological Library: A Checklist," Resources for American Literary Study, 10 (1980): 146-153.
jnl
8019 Helen Myatt Ferguson "Nathaniel Hawthorne and Charles Wentworth Upham: The Witchcraft Connection." Dissertation, University of Maryland, 1980. DA 81-16473.
diss
8020 Hersha Sue Fisher "The Education of Elizabeth Peabody." Dissertation, Harvard University, 1980. DA 81-00347.
diss
8021 Louise Foulds Universalists in Ontario, Toronto, 1980.
book
8022 Roderick S. French "Liberation from Man and God in Boston: Abner Kneeland’s Free-Thought Campaign, 1830-1839," American Quarterly, 32 (1980): 202-221.
jnl
8023 Robert Cartwright Gordon-McCutcheon "Fate into Freedom: Emerson’s Philosophy of Spiritual Process." Dissertation, Princeton University, 1980. DA 81-01539.
diss
8024 Shoji Goto "Boston Liberals and Joseph Stevens Buckminster," Rikkyo Review, No. 40 (1980).
Text in Japanese.
jnl
8025 Charles W. Grady "Frederic Henry Hedge: A Forgotten Transcendentalist," Kairos, No. 19 (Summer 1980): 3, 19.
jnl
8026 Edward M. Griffin Old Brick: Charles Chauncy of Boston, 1705-1787, Minneapolis, 1980.
Revision of dissertation (6612).
book
8027 Erwin N. Hiebert "The Integration of Revealed Religion and Scientific Materialism in the Thought of Joseph Priestley," pp. 27-61 in Lester Kieft, and Bennett R. Willeford, eds., Joseph Priestley: Scientist, Theologian and Meta-Physician, Lewisburg, Penn., 1980.
Publication of papers of the Joseph Priestley Symposium, Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania, 1974.
article in book
8028 Richard Holmes Communities in Transition: Bedford and Lincoln, Massachusetts, 1729-1850, Ann Arbor, Mich., 1980?.
Sociological and demographic study with attention to both town and church.
book
8029 Doreen Hunter "‘Frederic Henry Hedge, What Say You?’," American Quarterly, 32 (1980): 186-201.
jnl
8030 William B. Huntley "Jefferson’s Public and Private Religion," South Atlantic Quarterly, 79 (1980): 286-301.
jnl
8031 Carol Elizabeth Johnston "The Journals of Theodore Parker: July-December 1840." Dissertation, University of South Carolina, 1980. DA 81-02774.
diss
8032 Carol Johnston "The Underlying Structure of the Divinity School Address: Emerson As Jeremiah," pp. 41-49 in Joel Myerson, ed., Studies in the American Renaissance, 1980, Boston, 1980.
article in book
8033 Amy Schrager Lang "The Antinomian Strain in American Culture." Dissertation, Columbia University, 1980. DA 80-17080.
References to Charles Chauncy and Emerson.
diss
8034 Walter Donald Kring Henry Whitney Bellows, Boston, 1980.
book
8035 William Leach True Love and Perfect Union: The Feminist Reform of Sex and Society, New York, 1980.
Caroline H. Dall, pp. 263-291.
book
8036 Duncan S. McGuffie "William Ellery Channing’s Religion and Its Influence," Transactions of the Unitarian Historical Society (British), 17 (1980): 45-53.
jnl
8037 Mark D. Morrison-Reed Black Pioneers in a White Denomination, Boston, 1980.
book
8038 Joel Myerson The New England Transcendentalists and the Dial, Rutherford, N.J., 1980.
Part II consists of brief sketches of forty contributors to the Dial, including many Unitarians—e.g., W.H. Channing, J.F. Clarke, C.P. Cranch, J.S. Dwight, F.H. Hedge, T. Parker, E.P. Peabody, C. Ripley, J. Very.
book
8039 Gilman M. Ostrander "New England Religion: Unitaranscendentalism and Presbygarionalism," Canadian Review of American Studies, 11 (1980): 57-63.
Essay review of Albanese, Transcendental Religion and Caskey, Chariot of Fire. Critical of Albanese’s interpretation of Emerson; rejects notion that Transcendentalists were primarily religious figures.
jnl
8040 David B. Parke "Foundations of Liberal Religious Education," Unitarian Universalist Christian, Vol. 34, No. 4 (1980): 3-21.
Channing and others.
jnl
8041 David Robinson "Emerson’s Natural Theology and the Paris Naturalists: Toward a Theory of Animated Nature," Journal of the History of Ideas, 41 (1980): 69-88.
jnl
8042 David Robinson "Four Early Poems of Jones Very," Harvard Library Bulletin, 28 (1980): 146-151.
jnl
8043 Donald F. Robinson Two Hundred Years in South Hingham, 1746-1946: The Story of a Church and a Community, Hingham, Mass., 1980.
book
8044 Alfred Rosa Transcendentalism, and Hawthorne, Rutherford, N.J., 1980.
book
8045 Gary Scharnhorst Horatio Alger, Jr., Boston, 1980.
book
8046 Alan Seaburg "The Universalist Collection at Andover-Harvard," Harvard Library Bulletin, 28 (1980): 443-455.
jnl
8047 Douglas C. Stange "Abolitionism as Treason: The Unitarian Elite Defends Law, Order, and the Union," Harvard Library Bulletin, 28 (1980): 152-170.
jnl
8048 Ronald Story The Forging of an Aristocracy: Harvard and the Boston Upper Class, 1800-1870, Middletown, Conn., 1980.
book
8049 Teresa Andrea Toulouse "The Aesthetics of Persuasion: Plain Style and Audience in John Cotton, Benjamin Colman, and William Ellery Channing." Dissertation, Harvard University, 1980.
diss
8050 UU Christian Fellowship "William Ellery Channing Bicentennial Issue," Unitarian Universalist Christian, Vol. 35, No. 1 (Spring 1980).
Two unpublished sermons edited with historical notes and comment by Richard E. Myers; brief essays by John C. Godbey, Victor Carpenter, and Carl Scovel.
jnl
8050 Peter White "Reason and Intuition in the Theology of Theodore Parker," Journal of Religious History (Sydney, Australia), 11 (1980): 111-120.
jnl
8052 Robert John Wilson, III "Ebenezer Gay: New England’s Arminian Patriarch, 1696-1787." Dissertation, University of Massachusetts, 1980. DA 80-12650.
diss
8101 Pat Adams, Gail McConnell, et al. History of the Unitarian Fellowship of Saskatoon, 1955-81, Saskatoon, 1981.
Pamphlet.
book
8102 Gay Wilson Allen Waldo Emerson: A Biography, New York, 1981.
Woefully inaccurate and unreliable on dozens of matters of detail.
book
8103 Fordyce Richard Bennett "Bronson Alcott and Free Religion," pp. 403-421 in Joel Myerson, ed., Studies in the American Renaissance, 1981, Boston, 1981.
article in book
8104 Michael T. Bieseda Evergreen: A History of the Universalist Church of Allen County, Indiana, Ft. Wayne, Ind., 1981.
book
8105 J. William Broadway "Universalist Participation in the Spiritualist Movement of the Nineteenth Century," Proceedings of the Unitarian Universalist Historical Society, Vol. 19, Pt. 1 (1981): 1-15.
jnl
8106 Lawrence G. Brooks The Memoirs of Lawrence Graham Brooks, Boston, 1981.
Pp. 270-280 deal with his involvement with the AUA and UUA (1944-1965), part of which time he was Chairman of the Board.
book
8107 Ira V. Brown "An Antislavery Agent: C.C. Burleigh in Pennsylvania, 1836-1837," Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, 105 (1981): 66-84.
jnl
8108 Francis B. Dedmond "‘A Pencil in the Grasp of Your Graphic Wit’; An Illustrated Letter from C.P. Cranch to Theodore Parker," pp. 345-357 in Joel Myerson, ed., Studies in the American Renaissance, 1981, Boston, 1981.
article in book
8109 Andrew Delbanco William Ellery Channing: An Essay on the Liberal Spirit in America, Cambridge, Mass., 1981.
book
8110 John Philip d'Entremont "Moncure Conway: The American Years, 1832-1865." Dissertation, Johns Hopkins University, 1981. DA 81-20017.
diss
8111 Ellen Tucker Emerson The Life of Lidian Jackson Emerson, Boston, 1981.
Edited by Dolores Bird Carpenter.
book
8112 Erich Geldbach "‘Comparative Theology’: Mission und Okumene bei James Freeman Clarke ," pp. 147-160 in Rainer Flasche, and Erich Geldbach, eds., Religionen, Geschichte, Qekumene: In Memoriam Ernst Benz, n.p., 1981.
Text in German.
article in book
8113 Shoji Goto "Unitarian Controversy," Rikkyo Review, No. 41 (1981): 1-19.
Text in Japanese; abstract in English, pp. 108-110.
jnl
8114 Len Gougeon "Abolition, the Emersons, and 1837," New England Quarterly, 54 (1981): 345-364.
jnl
8115 Len Gougeon "Emerson and the New Bedford Affair," pp. 257-264 in Joel Myerson, ed., Studies in the American Renaissance, 1981, Boston, 1981.
article in book
8116 Judith Abigail Green "Religion, Life, and Literature in the Western Messenger ." Dissertation, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 1981. DA 81-20306.
Ephraim Peabody, W.H. Channing, J.F. Clarke, W.G. Eliot, H.J. Huidekoper, J.H. Perkins, S. Osgood, C.P. Cranch, Mann Butler.
diss
8117 Philip F. Gura "The Reverend Parson Cooke and Ware Factory Village: A New Missionary Field," New England Genealogical and Historical Register, 135 (1981): 199-212.
Cooke was an evangelical opponent of Unitarians.
jnl
8118 Philip F. Gura The Wisdom of Words: Language, Theology, and Literature in the New England Renaissance, Middletown, Conn., 1981.
book
8119 Robert D. Habich "James Freeman Clarke’s 1833 Letter-Journal for Margaret Fuller," Emerson Society Quarterly, 27 (1981): 47-56.
jnl
8120 Mark W. Harris Among the Dry Bones: Liberal Religion in New Salem, Massachusetts, n.p., 1981.
Published under the auspices of the Historical Information Project, UUA Connecticut Valley District.
book
8121 Merv Hasselmann The First Unitarian Church of Berkeley: A History, Berkeley, 1981.
book
8122 Richard D. Hathaway Sylvester Judd’s New England, University Park, Penn., 1981.
book
8123 Barbara R. Hopkins "A Woman of the Century: The Life of Phebe Ann Hanaford," Typescript., n.p., 1981.
Paper submitted to the American Civilization Department at the University of Massachusetts, Boston; copy at Andover-Harvard.
typescript
8124 Carl T. Jackson The Oriental Religions and American Thought: Nineteenth-Century Explorations, Westport, Conn., 1981.
Significant treatment of early interest in Rammohun Roy; Transcendentalism; Free Religion; J.F. Clarke; Samuel Johnson.
book
8125 Carl T. Jackson "Theodore Parker and the Orient," American Transcendental Quarterly, 52 (1981): 263-272.
jnl
8126 Russell Vernon Kohr "Early History and Influence of Harvard College’s Hollis Professorship of Divinity (the First Endowed Professorial Chair in America)." Dissertation, Western Michigan University, 1981.
diss
8127 Bill J. Leonard "Joseph Fort Newton: Ecclesiastical Nomad," Historical Magazine of the Protestant Episcopal Church, 50 (1981): 299-311.
Newton passed through Unitarianism en route from the Southern Baptists to the Episcopalians.
jnl
8128 Sheldon W. Liebman "Poetry and Idealism: Emerson’s Literary Theory, 1817-1826," American Transcendental Quarterly, 49 (1981): 35-54.
jnl
8129 Charles H. Lippy Seasonable Revolutionary: The Mind of Charles Chauncy, Chicago, 1981.
book
8130 James W. Mathews "George Partridge Bradford:’ Friend of Transcendentalists," pp. 133-156 in Joel Myerson, ed., Studies in the American Renaissance, 1981, Boston, 1981.
article in book
8131 Elizabeth Hearn Milner Huntingville 1815-1980: A Story of a Village in the Eastern Townships of Quebec, Quebec, 1981.
“Universalism in Huntingville,” pp. 89-148.
book
8132 Katherine Myrick Mulhern "Joseph Henry Mien: A Biographical Essay," Proceedings of the Unitarian Universalist Historical Society, Vol. 19, Pt. 1 (1981): 39-59.
jnl
8133 Joel Myerson Theodore Parker: A Descriptive Bibliography, New York, 1981.
book
8134 Gail O'Hare, Laurie S. Sullivan "Inventory of the Records of the Unitarian Universalist Association," Typescript., Boston, 1981.
typescript
8135 Margaret Mary Reher "Americanism and Modernism—Continuity or Discontinuity?," U.S. Catholic Historian, 1 (1981): 87-103.
William L. Sullivan, pp. 92-98.
jnl
8136 David S. Reynolds Faith in Fiction: The Emergence of Religious Literature in America, Cambridge, Mass., 1981.
Catherine Sedgwick, L.M. Child, S. Judd, H. Ware, Jr., W. Ware.
book
8137 David Robinson "The Legacy of Channing: Culture as a Religious Category in New England Thought," Harvard Theological Review, 74 (1981): 221-239.
jnl
8138 Bruce A. Rhonda "Genesis and Genealogy: Bronson Alcott’s Views of the Child," New England Genealogical and Historical Register, 135 (1981): 259-273.
jnl
8139 Anne C. Rose Transcendentalism as a Social Movement, 1830-1850, New Haven, 1981.
book
8140 Ruth P. Russell, Ruth Nussendorfer History of the First Unitarian Church of Westchester, Hastings-on-Hudson, 1981.
125th anniversary, 1856-1981.
book
8141 Gary Scharnhorst, Ronald Tobias "Emerson’s Earliest Extant Letter to Frederic Henry Hedge," American Literature, 52 (1981): 639-642.
jnl
8142 Gary Scharnhorst, Jack Bales Horatio Alger, Jr.: An Annotated Bibliography of Comment and Criticism, Metuchen, N.J., 1981.
book
8143 Bernard Saul Schmidt "Bronson Alcott, Personalistic Idealist." Dissertation, University of Miami, 1981. DA 82-11821.
diss
8144 Marvin C. Shaw "Naturalism and the Christ: Wieman’s Christology," Encounter, 42 (1981): 379-393.
jnl
8145 Marvin C. Shaw "Two Phases in Wieman’s Thought: Wieman’s Concept of the Divine," Journal of Religion, 61 (1981): 59-72.
jnl
8146 Douglas C. Stange "A Racist Aristocrat in Boston: The Forgotten Testimony of James Trecothic Austin (1784-1870)," Harvard Library Bulletin, 29 (1981): 35-43.
jnl
8147 Douglas C. Stange "United for Sovereignty and Freedom: Unitarianism and the Civil War," Proceedings of the Unitarian Universalist Historical Society, Vol. 19, Pt. 1 (1981): 16-38.
jnl
8148 Bruce M. Stephens God’s Last Metaphor: The Doctrine of the Trinity in New England Theology, Chico, Cal., 1981.
Channing, Noah Worcester, Andrews Norton, and their orthodox counterparts.
book
8149 Unitarian Universalist Christian Fellowship "Frederic Henry Hedge: Unitarian Theology of the Broad Church," Unitarian Universalist Christian, 36 (Spring-Summer 1981).
Special issue reprinting George H. Williams’s “Rethinking the Unitarian Relationship with Protestantism,” (1949), three essays by Hedge, and including Charles Grady, “About Hedge-Bibliographically Speaking.”
jnl
8150 Edwin H. Wilson "Frederick Eliot and the Humanist Issue," Religious Humanism, 15 (1981): 4-13.
jnl
8151 Guy R. Woodall "The Journals of Convers Francis,” Part One," pp. 265-243 in Joel Myerson, ed., Studies in the American Renaissance, 1981, Boston, 1981.
article in book
8152 Conrad Wright "The Channing We Don’t Know," Unitarian Universalist Christian, Vol. 35, No. 4 (Winter 1980/81): 39-47.
Reprinted in Conrad Wright, The Unitarian Controversy (9427), pp. 155-165.
jnl
8201 Evelyn Barish "The Moonless Night: Emerson’s Crisis of Health, 1825-1827," pp. 1-16 in Joel Myerson, ed., Emerson Centenary Essays, Carbondale, Ill., 1982.
article in book
8202 John Nicholls Booth Booths in History, Los Alamitos, Cal., 1982.
Ch. 23: Sydney Scott Booth (1880-1946): Ch. 24: John Nicholls Booth (1912- ).
book
8203 John A. Broyer, William S. Minor, eds. Creative Interchange, Carbondale, Ill., 1982.
Essays in honor of Henry Nelson Wieman.
book
8204 Rodney Cobb The House of a Thousand Windows: Building the New Church on Sierra Boulevard, Sacramento, Cal., 1982.
Vol. 4 of the authorized history of the Unitarian Universalist Society, Sacramento.
book
8205 Phyllis Cole "Jones Very’s ‘Epistles to the Unborn'," pp. 169-183 in Joel Myerson, ed., Studies in the American Renaissance, 1982, Boston, 1982.
article in book
8206 Frederick C. Dahlstrand Amos Bronson Alcott: An Intellectual Biography, Rutherford, N.J., 1982.
book
8207 Francis B. Dedmond "Sylvester Judd on Margaret—An Unpublished Letter," American Transcendental Quarterly, 53 (1982): 43-47.
jnl
8208 Rem B. Edwards A Return to Moral and Religious Philosophy in Early America, Washington, D.C., 1982.
Edwards, Jefferson, Emerson. “Simplistic and opinionated”—T. Schafter in Church History.
book
8209 Lawrence J. Friedman Gregarious Saints: Self and Community in American Abolitionism, 1830-1870, Cambridge, England, 1982.
“Insurgents of the Boston Clique,” Ch. 2.
book
8210 Erich Geldbach "James Freeman Clarke: A Forgotten Champion of Physical Culture," Unitarian Universalist Christian, 37 (1982): 57-64.
jnl
8211 Mary Hetherington Brant "Private Woman, Public Person: An Account of the Life of Julia Ward Howe from 1819 to 1868." Dissertation, The George Washington University, 1982. DA 82-17580.
diss
8212 Edith E.W. Gregg The Letters of Ellen Tucker Emerson, 2 vols., Kent, Ohio, 1982.
book
8213 Robert David Habich "The History and Achievement of the Western Messenger, 1835-1841." Dissertation, Pennsylvania State University, 1982. DA 82-28894.
E. Peabody, J.F. Clarke, C.P. Cranch, W.H. Channing.
diss
8214 Brian Harding American Literature in Context, II: 1830-1865, New York, 1982.
Selections with comment from Channing, pp. 11-25, Emerson, pp. 26-47, Brownson, pp. 105-123.
book
8215 Charles P. Jamieson Heritage of Heresy: A History of the First 150 Years of the Unitarian Universalist Church in Buffalo, Kenmore, N.Y., 1982.
book
8216 Bryan F. LeBeau "Frederic Henry Hedge: Portrait of an Enlightened Conservative." Dissertation, New York University, 1982. DA 82-27203.
diss
8217 Jerome Loving "Emerson’s Foreground," pp. 41-64 in Joel Myerson, ed., Emerson Centenary Essays, Carbondale, Ill., 1982.
article in book
8218 Thomas Francis McKenna "Conversion and Growth: The Theological Interpretation by Henry Nelson Wieman and the Doctrine of the Council of Trent." Dissertation, Catholic University of America, 1982. DA 82-21444.
diss
8219 Stephen A. Marini Radical Sects of Revolutionary New England, Cambridge, Mass., 1982.
Universalists one of three sects treated.
book
8220 Milton Meltzer, Patricia G. Holland, eds. Lydia Maria Child: Selected Letters, 1817-1880, Amherst, Mass., 1982.
book
8221 Donald H. Meyer "Secular Transcendence: The American Religious Humanists," American Quarterly, 34 (1982): 524-542.
Humanist Manifestos I and II.
jnl
8222 Mary Frederica Rhinelander Morgan "Manuscript Collection of the Congregational Library in Boston: A Survey." Dissertation, University of Massachusetts, 1982.
diss
8223 Wesley T. Mott "‘Christ Crucified’: Christology, Identity, and Emerson’s Sermon No. 5," pp. 17-40 in Joel Myerson, ed., Emerson Centenary Essays, Carbondale, Ill., 1982.
article in book
8224 Haridas T. Muzumdar, ed. The Enduring Greatness of Gandhi: An American Estimate, Ahmedabad, 1982.
Several autobiographical sermons by John Haynes Holmes reprinted.
book
8225 Leonard Neufeld "James Freeman Clarke: - Notes Toward a Comprehensive Bibliography," pp. 209-226 in Joel Myerson, ed., Studies in the American Renaissance, 1982, Boston, 1982.
article in book
8226 New Bedford First Church Inventory of the First Unitarian Church Records in the Old Dartmouth Historical Society Whaling Museum Library, New Bedford], 1982.
book
8227 Barbara Packer Emerson’s Fall, New York, 1982.
book
8228 David Robinson Apostle of Culture: Emerson as Preacher and Lecturer, Philadelphia, 1982.
book
8229 David Robinson "The Political Odyssey of William Henry Channing," American Quarterly, 34 (1982): 165-184.
jnl
8230 Gary Scharnhorst "D.A. Wasson and W.R. Alger on the 1855 Leaves of Grass," Walt Whitman Review, 28 (1982), 29-32.
jnl
8231 Gary Scharnhorst "W.R. Alger: Forgotten Man of Letters," American Transcendental Quarterly, No. 53 (1982): 5-23.
jnl
8232 Michael Anthony Schuler "Religious Humanism in Twentieth-Century American Thought." Dissertation, Florida State University, 1982. DA 83-04079.
diss
8233 Jo Graham Stern, ed. Unitarian Universalists in Atlanta: Centennial Issue 1882-1982, Atlanta, 1982.
Six Atlanta-area congregations.
book
8234 Union Theological Seminary "The James Luther Adams Festival," Union Seminary Quarterly Review, 37 (1982).
Articles by Donald W. Shriver, Jr., Max L. Stackhouse, David Little; M. Gregor Goethals, Theodore M. Steeman.
jnl
8235 Urbana-Champaign, Illinois A History: The Unitarian Universalist Church of Urbana-Champaign, Illinois, Urbana, Ill., 1982.
By members of the congregation.
book
8236 Donald Wayne Viney "Charles Hartshorne’s Global Argument for God’s Existence: An Analysis and Assessment." Dissertation, University of Oklahoma, 1982. DA 82-15922.
diss
8237 Guy R. Woodall "The Journals of Convers Francis," Part Two, pp. 227-284 in Joel Myerson, ed., Studies in the American Renaissance, 1982, Boston, 1982.
article in book
8238 David A. Zonderman "George Ripley’s Unpublished Lecture on Charles Fourier," pp. 185-208 in Joel Myerson, ed., Studies in the American Renaissance, 1982, Boston, 1982.
article in book
8301 Andover-Harvard Theological Library Unitarian and Universalist Publications, Cambridge, Mass, 1983.
Listing of publications microfilmed and available in the Andover-Harvard Library.
book
8302 Edward Stanley Babcock, Jr. "A Comparison of the Divine-Human Relationship in the Writings of Jonathan Edwards and Charles Hartshorne." Dissertation, Baylor University, 1983. DA 83-17568.
diss
8303 Cohn Bonwick "Joseph Priestley: Emigrant and Jeffersonian," Enlightenment and Dissent, 2 (1983): 3-22.
jnl
8304 Calla Burhoe Grant A. Butler: His Contribution to Unitarian Universalist History, Boston, 1983.
Publication of the Church of the Larger Fellowship.
book
8305 Elizabeth Cazden Antoinette Brown Blackwell, New York, 1983.
book
8306 Francis B. Dedmond "Christopher Pearse Cranch’s ‘Journal, 1939’," pp. 129-149 in Joel Myerson, ed., Studies in the American Renaissance, 1983, Charlottesville, Va., 1983.
article in book
8307 Juan Bautista Duran "The Theological Anthropology of Leonard Woods." Dissertation, Drew University, 1983. DA 83-17850.
Woods the orthodox adversary in the “Wood ‘n Ware” pamphlet exchange.
diss
8308 Julie Ellison "Emerson’s Sublime Analysis," Bucknell Review, 28 (1983): 42-62.
Also published in Peter C. Carafiol, ed., The American Renaissance: New Dimensions, Lewisburg, Pa., 1983.
jnl
8309 Norman B. Gibbs "The Mind of Charles Chauncy (1705-1787)," Journal of Religious Studies, Vol. 10, No. 2 (1983): 1-8.
jnl
8310 Gordon D. Gibson Unitarian Universalists and the Civil Rights Movement: What Did We Do, and What Can We Learn What We Did?, Jackson, Miss., 1983.
Pamphlet.
book
8311 Lawrence B. Goodheart, Richard O. Curry, eds. "The Trinitarian Indictment of Unitarianism: The Letters of Elizur Wright, Jr., 1826-1827," Journal of the Early Republic, 3 (1983): 281-296.
jnl
8312 Charles Wesley Grady "A Conservative Transcendentalist: The Early Years (1805-1835) of Frederic Henry Hedge," pp. 57-87 in Joel Myerson, ed., Studies in the American Renaissance, 1983, Charlottesville, Va., 1983.
article in book
8313 Thomas Graham "The Making of a Secretary: Jenkin Lloyd Jones at Thirty-One," Proceedings of the Unitarian Universalist Historical Society, Vol. 19, Pt. 2 (1983): 36-55.
jnl
8314 Dana Greene, ed. Suffrage and Religious Principle: Speeches and Writings of Olympia Brown, Metuchen, N.J., 1983.
“Introduction,” pp. 1-17.
book
8315 Dean D. Grodzins "‘Dear Chev ... 0, Julia’: A Critical Edition of the Theodore Parker Letters in the Howe Papers at the Chapin Library." Honors Thesis, Williams College, 1983.
Parker, S.G. Howe, and Julia Ward Howe.
diss
8316 Richard A. Grusin "Interpretation and Intuition in Theodore Parker," Bucknell Review, 28 (1983): 21-41.
Also published in Peter C. Carafiol, ed., The American Renaissance: New Dimensions, Lewisburg, Penn., 1983.
jnl
8317 Richard A. Grusin "Interpretation and the Institution of the Self in New England Transcendentalism." Dissertation, University of California, Berkeley, 1983. DA 83-28894.
diss
8318 Carl J. Guarneri "The Associationists: Forging a Christian Socialism in Antebellum America," Church History, 52 (1983): 36-49.
George Ripley and W.H. Channing
jnl
8319 Robert M. Hemstreet "Felix Adler and the Free Religious Association," Religious Humanism, 17 (Spring 1983): 108-118, 143; 17 (Summer 1983): 64-75.
jnl
8320 Philip Hewett "The Uneven Dialogue: Relations Between Canadian and American Unitarians, 1832-1982," Proceedings of the Unitarian Universalist Historical Society, Vol. 19, Pt. 2 (1983): 1-13.
jnl
8321 R. Joseph Hoffman "William Henry Furness: The Transcendentalist Defense of the Gospels," New England Quarterly, 56 (1983): 238-260.
jnl
8322 Charles A. Howe "Daniel and Mary Livermore: The Biography of a Marriage," Proceedings of the Unitarian Universalist Historical Society, Vol. 19, Pt. 2 (1983): 14-35.
jnl
8323 James Hulse "Thomas Starr King and the Comstock Lode: The California Patriot’s Visits to Nevada," Nevada Historical Society Quarterly, 26 (1983): 91-96.
jnl
8324 Robert W. Lovett "The Dual Careers of Rev. Edwin M. Stone," Essex Institute Historical Collections, 119 (1983): 1-94.
Second Parish in Beverly, some of whose ministers were orthodox, others liberal.
jnl
8325 David Lyttle Studies in Religion in Early American Literature, Lanham, Md., 1983.
Channing, Emerson.
book
8326 John R. McKivigan "The Ambivalent Six," Reviews in American History, 11 (1983): 521-525.
Review of Jeffrey Rossbach, Ambivalent Conspirators. (8331)
jnl
8327 Mark Morrison-Reed, H. Keith Stott, Roland Bramlet Reaching for the Infinite, Rochester, N.Y., 1983.
First Universalist Church, Rochester, N.Y.
book
8328 Eugene B. Navias Parish Minister and Pedagogy, 1823-1983: A Past and Future Look at Religious Education, Boston, 1983.
Berry Street Conference address.
book
8329 Joseph W. Phillips Jedidiah Morse and New England Congregationalism, New Brunswick, N.J., 1983.
book
8330 Reading, Massachusetts Membership Records 1857-1983: Unitarian Universalist Church of Reading, Massachusetts, Reading, Mass., 1983?.
book
8331 Jeffrey Rossbach Ambivalent Conspirators: John Brown, The Secret Six, and a Theory of Slave Violence, Philadelphia, 1983.
Parker, T.W. Higginson, F.B. Sanborn, S.G. Howe.
book
8332 Constance B. Schulz "‘Of Bigotry in Politics and Religion’: Jefferson’s Religion, the Federalist Press, and the Syllabus," Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, 91 (1983): 73-91.
jnl
8333 Eugene H. Sheridan "Introduction," in Dickinson W. Adams, ed., Jefferson’s Extracts from the Gospels, Princeton, N.J., 1983.
article in book
8334 H. Meili Steele "Romantic Epistemology and Romantic Style: Emerson’s Development from Nature to the Essays," pp. 187-202 in Joel Myerson, ed., Studies in the American Renaissance, 1983, Charlottesville, Va., 1983.
article in book
8335 Kevin P. Van Anglen "That Sainted Spirit' -- William Ellery Channing and the Unitarian Milton," pp. 101-127 in Joel Myerson, ed., Studies in the American Renaissance, 1983, Charlottesville, Va., 1983.
article in book
8336 John C. Winslow A History of the Universalist Church of Westbrook, Maine, Westbrook, Me., 1983?.
book
8337 Guy Woodall A Calendar of the Preaching Appointments of the Rev. Convers Francis, n.p., 1983.
Copies at Andover-Harvard Library and Watertown Public Library.
book
8338 Conrad Wright "The Controversial Career of Jedidiah Morse," Harvard Library Bulletin, 31 (1983): 64-87.
Reprinted in Conrad Wright, The Unitarian Controversy, (9427), pp. 59-82
jnl
8401 Lawrence Buell "The Emerson Industry in the 1980’s: A Survey of Trends and Achievements," Emerson Society Quarterly, 30 (1984): 117-136.
jnl
8402 Kenneth Walter Cameron, ed. The Vestry Lectures and a Rare Sermon by Ralph Waldo Emerson, Hartford, Conn., 1984.
Reprint from Transcendental Epilogues, Vol. 2, pp. 1-39.
book
8403 Charles Herbert Capper "Margaret Fuller: The Early Years." Dissertation, University of California, Berkeley, 1984. DA 89-16982.
diss
8404 William Copeley "Church Records at the New Hampshire Historical Society," Historical New Hampshire, 39 (1984): 152-159.
8 Universalist and 2 Unitarian churches, esp. Concord and Dover.
jnl
8405 Helen R. Deese "Selected Sermons of Jones Very," pp. 1-78 in Joel Myerson, ed., Studies in the American Renaissance, 1984, Charlottesville, Va., 1984.
article in book
8406 Helen R. Deese "Unpublished and Uncollected Poems of Jones Very," Emerson Society Quarterly, 30 (1984): 154-162.
jnl
8407 Sterling F. Delano The Harbinger and New England Transcendentalism, Rutherford, N.J., 1984.
Brook Farm; C. Ripley, J.S. Dwight, W.H. Channing, C.P. Cranch, J.F. Clarke, F.H. Hedge.
book
8408 Thomas E. Graham, ed. "Jenkin Lloyd Jones and ‘The Gospel of the Farm’," Wisconsin Magazine of History, 69 (1984): 121-148.
jnl
8409 Judith Kent Green "Conservative Voices in the Western Messenger: William Greenleaf Eliot and Harm Jan Huidekoper," Harvard Theological Review, 77 (1984): 331-352.
jnl
8410 Judith Kent Green "A Tentative Transcendentalist in the Ohio Valley: Samuel Osgood and the Western Messenger ," pp. 79-92 in Joel Myerson, ed., Studies in the American Renaissance, 1984, Charlottesville, Va., 1984.
article in book
8411 V. Emil Gudmundson The Icelandic Unitarian Connection: Beginnings of Icelandic Unitarianism in North America, 1885-1900, Winnipeg, Manitoba, 1984.
book
8412 Robert D. Habich "An Annotated List of Contributors to the Western Messenger ," pp. 93-179 in Joel Myerson, ed., Studies in the American Renaissance, 1984, Charlottesville, Va., 1984.
article in book
8413 Robert D. Habich "The ‘Spiral Ascending Path’ of William Heny Channing. An Autobiographical Letter," Emerson Society Quarterly, 30 (1984): 22-26.
jnl
8414 Lilian Handlin "Harvard and Gottingen, 1815," Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, 95 (1984): 67-87.
jnl
8415 Donald Szantho Harrington Reverend Vilma Szantho Harrington— Woman Minister: A Personal Memoir, New York, 1984.
Pamphlet sermon, Community Church of New York.
book
8416 Theodore L. Harris A Century of Unitarianism in Tacoma: The Growth of a Liberal Religion 1883-1884 to 1983-1984, Tacoma, 1984.
Pamphlet.
book
8417 Robert Merrill Hemstreet "Felix Adler: Artist of the Ideal Good," Typescript, New York, 1984.
Bellows Lecture, All Souls Church, New York.
typescript
8418 Carl T. Jackson "The Influence of Asia upon American Thought: A Bibliographical Essay," American Studies International, 22 (1984): 3-31.
Transcendentalism, p. 11; Unitarianism and Hinduism, p. 19.
jnl
8419 Spencer Lavan "Unitarians and the Development of Medicine in Boston (1800-1860)," Typescript, n.p., 1984.
Collegium paper. At Andover-Harvard Library and Meadville/Lombard Wiggins Library.
typescript
8420 John McAleer Ralph Waldo Emerson: Days of Encounter, Boston, 1984.
book
8421 Russell E. Miller "A History of Universalist Theological Education," Proceedings of the Unitarian Universalist Historical Society, Vol. 20, Pt. 1 (1984): 1-100.
Full text of material later abridged for volume two of The Larger Hope (8524).
jnl
8422 Joel Myerson, ed. The Transcendentalists: A Review of Research and Criticism, New York, 1984.
General bibliographical essays, and specialized treatment of particular individuals, by the most competent scholars. Of the 28 Transcendentalists included, 16 were Unitarian ministers, and all were related to the denomination in one way or another.
book
8423 Margaret Neussendorfer "Elizabeth Palmer Peabody to William Wordsworth: Eight Letters, 1825-1845," pp. 181-211 in Joel Myerson, ed., Studies in the American Renaissance, 1984, Charlottesville, Va., 1984.
article in book
8424 Stephen Railton "Assume an Identity of Sentiment’: Rhetoric and Audience in Emerson’s ‘Divinity School Address’," Prospects, 9 (1984): 31-47.
jnl
8425 Fredrica D. Rice "Emerson’s Debt to Natural Science During His Early Life and Work." Dissertation, University of Washington, 1984. DA 84-12414.
diss
8426 Helen Calder Robertson Three Historical Papers Written for the First Unitarian Church of Providence, Providence, 1984.
book
8427 Charles B. Sanford The Religious Life of Thomas Jefferson, Charlottesville, Va., 1984.
book
8428 Bryant F. Tolles, Jr. "‘Journal of a Tour to the White Hills’: An 1842 Chronicle by Samuel Johnson," Essex Institute Historical Collections, 120 (1984): 1-37.
jnl
8429 Bruce A. Rhonda Letters of Elizabeth Palmer Peabody: American Renaissance Woman, Middletown, Conn., 1984.
book
8430 James D. Smith, III "The Beginnings of the Bible Society of Massachusetts," Bulletin of the Congregational Library, Vol. 35, No. 3 (Spring/Summer 1984): 4-14.
Channing, Buckminster.
jnl
8431 Douglas Charles Stange British Unitarians Against American Slavery, 1833-65, Rutherford, N.J., 1984.
book
8432 Cynthia Grant Tucker A Woman’s Ministry: Mary Collson’s Search for Reform as a Unitarian Minister, Hull House Social Worker, and a Christian Science Practitioner, Philadelphia, 1984.
book
8433 Unitarian Universalist Commission on Appraisal Empowerment: One Denomination’s Quest for Racial Justice, 1967-1982, Boston, 1984.
Report to the General Assembly, 1983.
book
8434 Kevin Van Anglen "Emerson, Milton, and the Fall of Uriel," Emerson Society Quarterly, 30 (1984): 139-153.
jnl
8435 Laura Waterman, Guy Waterman "Reverends, Soldiers, Scientists: The Belknap Cutler Ascent of Mount Washington, 1784," Appalachia, 45 (1984): 41-52.
Jeremy Belknap.
jnl
8436 Gerald F. Weary A Memorial to Caroline E. Veatch and the History of the Veatch Royalties of the North Shore Unitarian Society, Plandome, N.Y., 1984.
book
8437 Charles Wetherell "New England’s ‘Pumpkin Poetry’: A Jeremy Belknap Letter of 1764," Historical New Hampshire, 39 (1984): 64-68.
jnl
8438 Farley W. Wheelwright "An Odyssey," Typescript, n.p., 1984.
Autobiographical narrative prepared for the Unitarian Universalist Ministers Association, Pacific Southwest District.
typescript
8439 Robert J. Wilson, III The Benevolent Deity: Ebenezer Gay and the Rise of Rational Religion in New England, 1696-1787, Philadelphia, 1984.
book
8440 Donald Yacavone "Samuel Joseph May, Antebellum Religion, and Reform: Dilemmas of the Liberal Persuasion." Dissertation, Claremont Graduate Schoo, 1984. DA 84-16468.
diss
8501 Sydney E. Ahlstrom, Jonathan S. Carey An American Reformation: A Documentary History of Unitarian Christianity, Middletown, Conn., 1985.
book
8502 Mark B. Allstrom "Liberating Humor in the Present-Day Unitarian Universalist Pulpit." Dissertation, Meadville/Lombard Theological School, 1985.
diss
8503 Roger Asselineau "Walt Whitman and W.R. Alger’s Poetry of the East," American Transcendental Quarterly, 57 (1985): 59-60.
Footnote to Scharnhorst’s paper, (8231).
jnl
8504 Jan Bakker "Caroline Gilman and the Issue of Slavery in the Rose Magazine, 1832-1839," Southern Studies, 24 (1985): 273-283.
Reprinted in Southern Studies, NS 2 (1991): 369-380.
jnl
8505 Robert F. Burkholder, Joel Myerson Emerson: An Annotated Secondary Bibliography, Pittsburgh, 1986.
book
8506 J. Lesley Dameron "Emerson and Fraser’s on Coleridge’s Aids to Reflection," American Transcendental Quarterly, 57 (1985): 15-19.
jnl
8507 Sterling F. Delano "A Calendar of Meetings of the ‘Boston Religious Union of Associationists’ 1847-1850," pp. 187-267 in Joel Myerson, ed., Studies in the American Renaissance, 1985, Charlottesville, Va., 1985.
article in book
8508 Emery Elliott, ed. American Writers of the Early Republic, [ Dictionary of Literary Biography, Vol. 37], Detroit, 1985.
Entries for Belknap, Buckminster, William Emerson, Jedidiah Morse, Judith S. Murray.
series
8509 Elizabeth Garrity Ellis "The ‘Intellectual and Moral Made Visible’: The 1839 Washington Allston Exhibition and Unitarian Taste in Boston," Prospects, 10 (1985): 39-75.
jnl
8510 Dan Huntington Fenn "Let Us Remember: A Cambridge Boyhood," Proceedings of the Cambridge Historical Society, 44 (1985): 9-27.
jnl
8511 James W. Fraser "The Beginnings of Theological Education at Andover," Historical Journal of Massachusetts, 13 (1985): 101-116.
jnl
8512 Dorothy B. Gerlach "Re-Discovering Horatio Alger, Jr., 1832-1899," Journal of the Lancaster County Historical Society, 89 (1985): 186-193.
jnl
8513 Pauline S. Greason, ed. "Letters of Elizabeth Palmer Peabody and Others Concerning a Problem at 13 West Street," Essex Institute Historical Collections, 121 (1985): 21-43.
jnl
8514 Dana McLean Greeley Unitarian Universalism, 1925-1985, Berkeley, 1985.
Publication of the First Unitarian Church of Berkeley.
book
8515 Robert D. Habich "Margaret Fuller’s Journal for October 1842," Harvard Library Bulletin, 33 (1985): 280-291.
jnl
8516 Robert D. Habich Transcendentalism and the Western Messenger: A History of the Magazine and Its Contributors, 1835-1841, Rutherford, N.J., 1985.
Revision of dissertation (8213).
book
8517 Robert Merrill Hemstreet "Felix Adler, Artist of the Ideal Good," Religious Humanism, 19 (1985): 11-22.
jnl
8518 Catherine F. Hitchings Universalist and Unitarian Women Ministers, Boston, 1985.
Revised version of 7520.
book
8519 Walter Donald Kring The Fruits of Our Labors: The Bicentennial History of the Second Parish in the Town of Worcester, The First Unitarian Church, 1785-1985, Worcester, Mass.], 1985.
book
8520 Bryan F. LeBeau Frederic Henry Hedge: Nineteenth Century American Transcendentalist, Allison Park, Penn., 1985.
book
8521 Brian F. LeBeau "Frederic Henry Hedge and the ‘Eminent Orthodox Divines’ of American Transcendentalism," American Transcendental Quarterly, 57 (1985): 3-14.
jnl
8522 Virginia Anne Leslie "Emerson and the Scottish Critics: His Development as a Writer, 1815-1841." Dissertation, Florida State University, 1985. DA 85-12163.
diss
8523 John Stephen Martin "Making the Emerson Text Adequate: Problems, Approaches, and Revisions," Canadian Review of American Studies, 16 (1985): 205-219.
jnl
8524 Russell E. Miller The Larger Hope: The Second Century of the Universalist Church in America, 1870-1970, Boston, 1985.
book
8525 Mark Morrison-Reed "A Fear of Mass Appeal: Religious Liberals in Retreat," pp. 24-34 in Unitarian Ministers Association, Unitarian Universalism 1984: Selected Essays, Boston, 1985.Published by the Unitarian Universalist Ministers Association.
article in book
8526 Wesley T. Mott "From Natural Religion to Transcendentalism: An Edition of Emerson’s Sermon No. 43," pp. 1-27 in Joel Myerson, ed., Studies in the American Renaissance, 1985, Charlottesville, Va., 1985.
article in book
8527 Joel Myerson "New Light on George Ripley and the Harbinger’s New York Years," Harvard Library Bulletin, 33 (1985): 313-336.
jnl
8528 Mason Olds "John H. Dietrich: A Pilgrim’s Progress," Religious Humanism, 19 (1985): 2-10.
jnl
8529 Peter Raible "The Historical Myth Tensions of American Unitarianism," pp. 63-82 in Unitarian Ministers Association, Unitarian Universalism 1984: Selected Essays, Boston, 1985.Published by the Unitarian Universalist Ministers Association.
article in book
8530 David Robinson The Unitarians and the Universalists, Westport, Conn., 1985.
book
8531 David Robinson, ed. William Ellery Channing: Selected Writings, Mahwah, N.J., 1985.
book
8532 Paul Sawyer "The Fierce Urgency of Now: Preliminary Report on Social Action Among Unitarian Universalists—Post World War II America," pp. 49-61 in Unitarian Ministers Association, Unitarian Universalism 1984: Selected Essays, Boston, 1985.Published by the Unitarian Universalist Ministers Association.
article in book
8533 Gray Scharnhorst, Jack Bales The Lost Life of Horatio Alger, Jr., Bloomington, Ind., 1985.
book
8534 Mashall W.S. Swan "Emerson and Cape Ann," Essex Institute Historical Collections, 121 (1985): 257-264.
References to A.D. Mayo and Cyrus A. Bartol.
jnl
8535 Joseph Sweeney "Elhanan Winchester and the Making of American Baptist Identity," American Baptist Quarterly, 4 (1985): 146-164.
jnl
8536 John Whittemore Teele, ed. The Meeting House on the Green: A History of the First Parish in Concord and Its Church, Concord, Mass., 1985.
350th anniversary history by members of the church.
book
8536.1 Audrey Wise Vincent "‘A Fair Chance for the Girls’: A Case Study in the Function of Prestige in the Controversy Over Admission of Women to Tufts College, 1852-1912." Dissertation, School of Theology at Claremont, 1985. DA 85-16153.
Includes discussion of Universalist debates on the issue.
diss
8537 Donald Wayne Viney Charles Hartshorne and the Existence of God, Albany, N.Y., 1985.
Based on dissertation (8236).
book
8538 Joella Vreeland The Southold Sisterhood—Sociables and Serious Business: The Story of the Ladies Liberal Sewing Society, The First Universalist Church of Southold, New York, 1845, n.p., 1985.
book
8539 Thomas D. Wintle A New England Village Church: The First Church in Lancaster, Lancaster, Mass., 1985.
Pictorial history published by the church.
book
8540 Elizabeth Woodman Wright "Recollections of the First Parish in 1905-1906," Proceedings of the Cambridge Historical Society, 44(1985): 105-121.
jnl
8541 Donald Yacovone "Samuel Joseph May: Antebellum Reform, and the Problem of Patricide," Perspectives in American History, NS 2 (1985): 99-124.
jnl
8542 Philip Zwerling “Rituals of Repression”: Anti-Communism and the Liberals, Boston, 1985.
The Fritchman Case.
book
8601 George K. Beach "Awakening to History: The Prophecy of James Luther Adams," American Journal of Theology and Philosophy, 7 (1986): 59-74.
jnl
8602 Robert E. Burkholder "Emerson, Kneeland, and the Divinity School Address," American Literature, 58 (1986): 1-14.
jnl
8603 Elmer Osgood Cappers History of the First Church in Chestnut Hill, Newton, Massachusetts, 1861-1986, Newton, Mass., 1986.
Published by the Church.
book
8604 Louise Chipley "The Enlightenment Library of William Bentley," Essex Institute Historical Collections, 122 (1986): 2-29.
jnl
8605 Charlotte Cowtan-Holm "The Western Unitarian Sunday School Society, 1872-1902." M.A. Thesis, University of Winnipeg / University of Manitoba, 1986.
diss
8606 William J. Cork "Race, Transcendentalism and the American Dream: The Abolitionist Ideology of Theodore Parker." M.A. Thesis, Lutheran Theological Seminary, 1986.
diss
8607 Helen R. Deese, Guy R. Woodall "A Calendar of Lectures Presented by the Boston Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (1829-1847)," pp. 17-67 in Joel Myerson, ed., Studies in the American Renaissance, 1986, Charlottesville, Va., 1986.
article in book
8608 David B. Eller "The Pietist Origins of Sectarian Universalism in the Midwest," Old Northwest, 12 (Spring 1986): 41-64.
jnl
8609 Timothy George "George Huntston Williams: An Historian for All Seasons," American Journal of Theology and Philosophy, 7 (1986): 75-93.
jnl
8610 Thomas E. Graham, ed. The Agricultural Social Gospel in America: The Gospel of The Farm by Jenkin Lloyd Jones, Lewiston, N.Y., 1986.
Introduction, pp. xi-xlii.
book
8611 Karen Kalinevitch "Turning from the Orthodox: Emerson’s Gospel Lectures," pp. 69-112 in Joel Myerson, ed., Studies in the American Renaissance, 1986, Charlottesville, Va., 1986.
article in book
8612 Carolyn L. Karcher, ed. Lydia Maria Child, Hobomok and Other Writings on Indians, Brunswick, N.J., 1986.
Introduction, pp. ix-xliii.
book
8613 Spencer Lavan "Conrad Wright: Historian of American Unitarianism," American Journal of Theology and Philosophy, 7 (1986): 94-105.
jnl
8613.1 Spencer Lavan, George Huntston Williams "The Unitarian and Universalist Traditions," pp. 354-375 in Ronald L. Numbers, and Darrel W. Amundsen, eds., Caring and Curing: Health and Medicine in the Western Religious Traditions, New York and London, 1986.
article in book
8614 Russell E. Miller Light on the Hill, Vol. 2, Cambridge, Mass., 1986.
History of Tufts University since 1952; “The End of Theological Education at Tufts,” Ch. 4.
book
8615 Robert Bruce Mullin Episcopal Vision/American Reality, New York, 1986.
Unitarian comment on the Tractarian movement as found in the Christian Examiner, pp. 168-171.
book
8616 Barbara Packer "Origin and Authority: Emerson and the Higher Criticism," pp. 67-92 in Sacvan Bercovitch, ed., Reconstructing American Literary History, Cambridge, 1986.
article in book
8617 Margery Pease A Worthy Work in a Needy Time: The Montana Industrial School for Indians (Bond’s Mission) 1886-1897, n.p., 1986.
Privately printed.
book
8618 Susan L. Roberson "The Private Voice Behind the Public Text: Two Emerson Sermons," Emerson Society Quarterly, 32 (1986): 173-182.
jnl
8619 Anne C. Rose "Social Sources of Denominationalism Reconsidered: Post-Revolutionary Boston as a Case Study," American Quarterly, 38 (1986): 243-264.
jnl
8620 Clyde Sanger Lotta and the Unitarian Service Committee Story, Toronto, 1986.
Lotta Hitschmanova; Unitarian Service Committee-Canada.
book
8621 Bruce M. Stephens "Icons of Learning: William Bentley’s Library and Allegheny College," Western Pennsylvania Historical Magazine, 69 (1986): 139-151.
jnl
8622 David Van Leer Emerson’s Epistemology: The Argument of the Essays, Cambridge, England, New York, etc., 1986.
Attention given to Nature and the Divinity School Address.
book
8623 Stephen C. Washburn "Clayton R. Bowen: Unitarian Biblical Scholar," Unitarian Universalist Christian, 41 (1986): 32-34.
Introducing a reprint of two sermons by Bowen.
jnl
8624 Sarah A. Wider "The ‘Building of Discourse’ in Emerson’s Sermons." Dissertation, Cornell University, 1986. DAI-A 86:28415.
diss
8625 David R. Williams "The Wilderness Rapture of Mary Moody Emerson: One Calvinist Link to Transcendentalism," pp. 1-16 in Joel Myerson, ed., Studies in the American Renaissance, 1986, Charlottesville, Va., 1986.
Reprinted as part of the author’s Wilderness Lost: The Religious Origins of the American Mind (8736).
article in book
8701 Michael B. Adamek "The Provisional Unit of Freedom: The Formation of the Unitarian Denomination as an Attempt to Institutionalize Pure Religion in the United States: 1825-1925." Dissertation, Meadville/Lombard Theological School, 1987.
diss
8702 Sydney E. Ahlstrom, Robert Bruce Mullin The Scientific Theist: A Life of Francis Ellingwood Abbot, Macon, Ga., 1987?.
Based on Ahlstrom’s dissertation (5102).
book
8703 Shelly Armitage "Christopher Pearse Cranch: The Wit as Poet," American Transcendental Quarterly, NS 1 (1987): 33-47.
jnl
8704 Alan V. Briceland "Thomas Jefferson’s Epitaph: Symbol of a Lifelong Crusade Against Those Who Would ‘Usurp the Throne of God’," Journal of Church and State, 29 (1987): 285-303.
jnl
8705 Susan Bryan "Reauthorizing the Text: Jefferson’s Scissor Edit of the Gospels," Early American Literature, 22 (1987): 19-42.
jnl
8706 Ralph Wendell Burhoe "The Center for Advanced Study in Religion and Science, and Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science—A Twenty-Year View," Zygon, 22, Anniversary Issue (1987): 5-19.
jnl
8707 Louise Chipley "William Bentley, Journalist of the Early Republic," Essex Institute Historical Collections, 123 (1987): 331-347.
jnl
8708 Wendell B. Cook "William Badlam, Ship Master of Boston and Some of His Descendants," New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 141 (1987): 135-150.
Stephen Badlam (1751-1815) was deeply involved as a supporter of the evangelical John Codman in the Dorchester controversy (1810-1812).
jnl
8709 John Corrigan The Hidden Balance: Religion and Social Theories of Charles Chauncy and Jonathan Mayhew, Cambridge, England and New York, 1987.
book
8710 Helen R. Deese "The Peabody Family and the Jones Very ‘Insanity’: Two Letters of Mary Peabody," Harvard Library Bulletin, 35 (1987): 218-229.
jnl
8711 John d'Entremont Southern Emancipator Moncure Conway: The American Years, 1822-1865, New York, 1987.
book
8712 Judy Deutsch, ed. Honoring JLA on His 85th Birthday, n.p., 1987?.
Publication of the James Luther Adams Foundation.
book
8713 Timothy L. Dillon "Jedidiah Morse’s Christian Republicanism: Reform and the Young Nation." Dissertation, University of Wisconsin, 1987. DAI-A 88:00704.
diss
8714 James Duban "Conscience and Consciousness: The Liberal Christian Context of Thoreau’s Political Ethics," Emerson Society Quarterly, 60 (1987): 208-222.
Similarities with the thought of W.E. Channing, James Walker, and H.W. Bellows.
jnl
8715 Charles C. Forman "Dana McLean Greeley, 1908-1986: A Remembrance," Unitarian Universalist Christian, Vol. 42, No. 1 (Spring 1987), 43-44.
jnl
8716 Robert Forrey "The Meeting House at Rumney Marsh," Essex Institute Historical Collections, 123 (1987): 88-102.
Rumney Marsh (North Chelsea, now Revere), Joseph Tuckerman’s church.
jnl
8717 Richard Frothingham "John H. Dietrich: From Humanism to Theism," Unitarian Universalist Christian, Vol. 42, No. 1 (Spring 1987): 25-34.
jnl
8718 Ralph D. Gardner "In Search of Horatio Alger!," Manuscripts, 39 (1987): 97-110.
jnl
8718.1 Gary Sue Goodman "‘All About Me Forgotten’: The Education of Caroline Healey Dall (1822-1912)." Dissertation, Stanford University, 1987. DAI-A 48/06: 1557.
diss
8719 A.P.B. Hewett "The Social Conscience of John Cordner," Transactions of the Unitarian Historical Society (British), 19 (1987): 1-14.
jnl
8720 Olive Hoogenboom The First Unitarian Church of Brooklyn: One Hundred Fifty Years, Brooklyn, N.Y., 1987.
Published by the church.
book
8721 James W. Hulse "Thomas Starr King: Practical Visionary of the Pacific Slope," Journal of the West, 26 (1987): 93-97.
jnl
8722 Robert Kimball "Money, UUs and the Education of Ministry," Critical Mass, Vol. 2, No. 1 (Spring 1987): 30-36.
Perspective on UUA funding of theological schools in the 1960’s and 1970’s, pp. 33-36.
jnl
8723 Bruce Kuklick, ed. The Unitarian Controversy, 1819-1823, 2 vols. , New York, 1987.
Facsimile reprints of tracts, including the whole “Wood ’n Ware” controversy, with an introduction.
book
8724 Carol Lasser, Marlene Deahl Merrill, eds. Friends and Sisters: Letters Between Lucy Stone and Antoinette Brown Blackwell, 1846-93, Urbana, Ill., 1987.
book
8725 Russell M. Lawson "Belknap of New Hampshire: Human Experience in Early America." Dissertation, University of New Hampshire, 1987. DAI-A 87:22433.
diss
8726 Grace Darling Cumming Long "Francis Greenwood Peabody’s Method of Social Ethics: From Moral Science to Applied Christianity." Dissertation, Drew University, 1987. DAI-A 48/05: 1236.
diss
8727 Madelon Jacoba "Orose Writings and Drama of Judith Sargent Murray: Nurturing a New Republic." Dissertation, Purdue University, 1987. DAI-A 87:29746.
diss
8728 Umesh Patri Hindu Scripture and American Transcendentalists, New Delhi, 1987.
Emerson, Thoreau and minor Transcendentalists.
book
8729 Creighton Peden The Chicago School: Voices in Liberal Religious Thought, Bristol, Ind., 1987.
Henry Nelson Wieman, pp. 87-105.
book
8730 John W. Rathbun, Monica M. Grecu American Literary Critics and Scholars, 1800-1950, [[Dictionary of Literary Biography, Vol. 59]], Detroit, 1987.
Entries for Francis Bowen, O.A. Brownson, W.E. Channing, J.F. Clarke, R.W. Emerson, Edward Everett, Margaret Fuller, F.H. Hedge, O.W.B. Peabody, George Ticknor.
series
8731 Suzanne R. Spencer "Grounding the Prophetic Imperative: The Bible in Unitarian Social Thought," Unitarian Universalist Christian, Vol. 42, No. 1 (Summer/Fall 1987): 5-42.
jnl
8732 Malcolm R. Sutherland, Jr. "Reflections on the First Twenty Years of Casiras: A Personal Review," Zygon, 22, Anniversary Issue (1987): 20-27.
Center for Advanced Study in Religion and Science.
jnl
8733 Louise B. Swiniarski "Elizabeth Peabody: A Pioneer in the Kindergarten Movement in America," Essex Institute Historical Collections, 133 (1987): 206-229.
jnl
8734 Teresa Toulouse The Art of Prophesying: New England Sermons and the Shaping of Belief, Athens, Ga., 1987.
William Ellery Channing and the Shaping of Unity, pp. 75-117; Emerson, Coleridge and the Shaping of Self-Evidence: Theory, pp. 118-142; Emerson and the Shaping of Self-Evidence: Practice, pp. 143-175.
book
8735 Eliot Tozer "Dr. Barth’s ‘Fine Monomaniacal Obsession'," Yankee, Vol. 51, No. 7 (July 1987): 80-85, 98.
Joe Barth’s hobby of hybrid daylillies at his place in Alna, Me..
jnl
8736 David R. Williams Wilderness Lost: The Religious Origins of the American Mind, Selinsgrove, Penn., 1987.
“The Transcendental Growth,” Ch. 5 (parts previously published in Studies in the American Renaissance, 1986; see 8625 above); Jones Very, Ch. 6; O.W. Holmes, Ch. 8.
book
8737 George Hunston Williams "Wilbur’s Vision: Freedom, Reason, and Tolerance Reglimpsed," Unitarian Universalist Christian, Vol. 42, No. 2/3 (Summer/Fall 1987): 43-62.
jnl
8738 Thomas G. Yondorf "The Arguments of Unitarian Universalist Ministers in Opposition to the Vietnam War." Dissertation, Meadville/Lombard Theological School, 1987.
diss
8739 Guy R. Woodall "The Selected Sermons of Convers Francis (Part One)," pp. 73-179 in Joel Myerson, ed., Studies in the American Renaissance, 1987, Charlottesville, Va., 1987.
article in book
8801 Catherine L. Albanese, ed. The Spirituality of the American Transcendentalists, n.p., 1988.
Selected writings of Emerson, Alcott, Parker, and Thoreau, with an Introduction.
book
8802 Catherine L. Albanese "Transcendentalism," pp. 1117-1118 in Charles H. Lippy, and Peter W. Williams, eds., Encyclopedia of the American Religious Experience, 1988.
article in book
8803 R. Scott Appleby "Modernism as the Final Phase of Americanism: William L. Sullivan, American Catholic Apologist," American Catholic Apologist, 81 (1988): 171-192.
jnl
8804 William H. Bond "Letters of Thomas Hollis of Lincoln’s Inn to Andrew Eliot," Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, 99 (1988): 76-167.
jnl
8805 David Breed "Toward a Credible Faith in an Age of Science: The Life and Work of Ralph Wendell Burhoe." Dissertation, Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago, 1988.
diss
8806 Charlotte Cote Olympia Brown: The Battle for Equality, Racine, Wisc., 1988.
book
8807 Marianne Hachten-Cotter "From Wisconsin to Boston: Journey to a Unitarian Universalist Baptism," Unitarian Universalist Christian, Vol. 43, No. 1 (Spring 1988): 1-13.
Spiritual autobiography.
jnl
8808 Frederick C. Dahlstrand "Science, Religion, and the Transcendentalist Response to a Changing America," 1-25 in Joel Myerson, ed., Studies in the American Renaissance, 1988, Charlottesville, Va., 1988.
article in book
8809 Helen R. Deese "Alcott’s Conversations on the Transcendentalists: The Record of Caroline Dall," American Literature, 60 (1988): 17-25.
jnl
8810 James Duban "From Emerson to Edwards, Henry Whitney Bellows and an ‘Ideal’ Metaphysics of Sovereignty," Harvard Theological Review, 81 (1988): 389-411.
jnl
8811 John Farina, ed. Isaac T. Hecker, The Diary: Romantic Religion in Ante-Bellum America, New York, 1988.
book
8812 Sandra Sizer Frankiel California’s Spiritual Frontiers: Religious Alternatives in Anglo-Protestantism, Berkeley, 1988.
T. Starr King, pp. 18-21; B. Fay Mills, pp. 90-95.
book
8813 Arie J. Griffioen "Orestes Brownson’s Synthetic Theology of Revelation (1826-1844)." Dissertation, Marquette University, 1988. DAI-A 89:04255.
diss
8814 Philip F. Gura "Theodore Parker and the South Boston Ordination: The Textual Tangle of A Discourse on the Transient and Permanent in Christianity," pp. 149-178 in Joel Myerson, ed., Studies in the American Renaissance, 1988, Charlottesville, Va., 1988.
article in book
8815 Andrew M. Hill "Channing and British Unitarianism: Sowing the Seeds," Transactions of the Unitarian Historical Society (British), 19 (1988): 71-77.
jnl
8816 Alan D. Hodder "Emerson, Ranmmohan Roy, and the Unitarians," pp. 133-148 in Joel Myerson, ed., Studies in the American Renaissance, 1988, Charlottesville, Va., 1988.
article in book
8817 Jean M. Hoefer, Irene Baros-Johnson May No One Be A Stranger: 150 Years of Unitarian Presence in Syracuse, Syracuse, N.Y., 1988.
book
8818 Patricia G. Holland The Social Vision of Lydia Maria Child, n.p., 1988.
Unitarian Advance, Paper No. 54.
book
8819 Amy Schrager Lang "‘A Flood of Errors’: Chauncy and Edwards in the Great Awakening," pp. 160-173 in Nathan O. Hatch, and Harry S. Stout, Jonathan Edwards and the American Experience, New York, 1988.
article in book
8820 Bryan F. LeBeau "Frederic Henry Hedge, 1835-1890: Toward Reason in Religion," pp. 253-270 in Joel Myerson, ed., Studies in the American Renaissance, 1988, Charlottesville, Va., 1988.
article in book
8821 John Michael Emerson and Skepticism: The Cipher of the World, Baltimore, 1988.
Part One: “The Infinitude of the Private Man in Emerson’s Early Career.”
book
8822 Margaret Elizabeth Monsell "Newborn Bard of the Holy Ghost”: Spiritual Perfectionism in New England." Dissertation, Boston University, 1988. DAI-A 87:24728.
Emerson.
diss
8823 Margaret B. Moore "Hawthorne and ‘The Lord’s Anointed’," pp. 27-36 in Joel Myerson, ed., Studies in the American Renaissance, 1988, Charlottesville, Va., 1988.
The Lord’s Anointed was George B. Cheever, orthodox polemicist against the Unitarians.
article in book
8824 O. Eugene Pickett "25 Beacon Street Revisited," pp. 9-24 in Charles H. Howe, ed., Unitarian Universalism 1987: Selected Essays, Boston, 1988.
Berry Street Essay 1987; recollections of years as president of the UUA.
article in book
8825 John W. Rathbun, Monica M. Grecu, eds. American Literary Critics and Scholars, 1850-1880, [ Dictionary of Literary Biography, Vol. 64], Detroit, 1988.
Entries for T.W. Higginson and George Ripley.
series
8826 John W. Rathbun, Monica M. Grecu, eds. American Literary Critics and Scholars, 1880-1900, [ Dictionary of Literary Biography, Vol. 71], Detroit, 1988.
Entry for G.W. Cooke.
series
8827 Robert D. Richardson, Jr. "The Social Imperatives of Transcendentalists," Religious Humanism, 22 (1988): 82-88.
jnl
8828 Sam G. Riley American Magazine Journalists, 1741-1850, [ Dictionary of Literary Biography, Vol. 73], Detroit, 1988.
Entries for O.A. Brownson, R.W. Emerson, Margaret Fuller, Caroline Gilman, George Ripley.
series
8829 J. Frank Schulman "Emerson’s Struggles with the Ministry," Religious Humanism, 22 (1988): 65-79.
jnl
8830 Ivy Schweitzer "Transcendental Sacramentals: ‘The Lord’s Supper’ and Emerson’s Doctrine of Form," New England Quarterly, 61 (1988): 398-418.
jnl
8831 Ivan G. Taub "A Study in the Theological Anthropology of Henry Nelson Wieman: A Reevaluation of His Concept of Creative Interchange as a Cultural Paradigm in his Post-1945 Writing." Dissertation, Florida State University, 1988. DAI-A 88: 22473.
diss
8832 Joella Vreeland This is the Church: The Story of a Church, a Community, and a Denomination, Mattituck, N.Y., 1988.
First Universalist Church, Southold, N.Y.
book
8833 Sarah Wider "What Did the Minister Mean: Emerson’s Sermons and Their Audience," Emerson Society Quarterly, 34 (1988): 1-21.
jnl
8834 Peter W. Williams "Unitarianism and Universalism," pp. 579-580 in Charles H. Lippy, and Peter W. Williams, eds., Encyclopedia of the American Religious Experience, 1988.
article in book
8835 Guy R. Woodall "The Selected Sermons of Convers Francis," pp. 55-131 in Joel Myerson, ed., Studies in the American Renaissance, 1988, Charlottesville, Va., 1988.
article in book
8836 Conrad Wright "The Dedham Case Revisited," Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, 100 (1988): 14-39.
Reprinted in Conrad Wright, The Unitarian Controversy (9427), pp. 111-135.
jnl
8901 William E. Alberts "The So-Called ‘Advantage of Well Educated Blacks’," Z Magazine, (Dec. 1989): 98-101.
Dr. Loretta J. Williams and the UUA Department for Social Justice.
jnl
8902 Lawrence Buell "The Literary Significance of the Unitarian Movement," pp. 163-179 in Conrad Edick Wright, ed., American Unitarianism, 1805-1865, Boston, 1989.
article in book
8903 Charles D. Cashdollar The Transformation of Theology, 1830-1890, Princeton, N.J., 1989.
“Positivism and the American Clergy,” Ch. 3; “Radical Unitarians and Theists,” Ch. 8.
book
8904 Mary Kupiec Cayton Emerson’s Emergence: Self and Society in the Transformation of New England, 1800-1845, Chapel Hill, N.C., 1989.
book
8905 Daniel Ross Chandler "Mahatma Gandhi and John Haynes Holmes," Religious Humanism, 23 (1989): 82-87, 120-125.
jnl
8906 Gary L. Collison "‘A True Toleration’: Harvard Divinity School Students and Unitarianism, 1830-1859," pp. 209-237 in Conrad Edick Wright, ed., American Unitarianism, 1805-1865, Boston, 1989.
article in book
8907 Joseph Conforti "Edwardsians, Unitarians, and the Memory of the Great Awakening, 1800-1840," pp. 31-50 in Conrad Edick Wright, ed., American Unitarianism, 1805-1865, Boston, 1989.
article in book
8908 John H. Dietrich "Thoughts on God," Religious Humanism, 23 (1989): 105-119.
Printing of an important document for the understanding of Dietrich’s theological position.
jnl
8909 Peter Drummey "Materials at the Massachusetts Historical Society for the Study of Unitarian History," pp. 241-251 in Conrad Edick Wright, ed., American Unitarianism, 1805-1865, Boston, 1989.
article in book
8910 Mathew Fisher "Emerson Remembered: Nine Letters by Frederic Henry Hedge," pp. 313-317 in Joel Myerson, ed., Studies in the American Renaissance, 1989, Charlottesville, Va., 1989.
article in book
8911 William Lloyd Fox, Jr. "Willard L. Sperry: A Theological Mind of Second Thought, 1914-1939." Dissertation, George Washington University, 1989. DAI-A 89: 20076.
As Dean of the Harvard Divinity School, 1922-53, Sperry played an important role in training a generation of Unitarian ministers.
diss
8912 Fred T. Friedman "The Unitarian Service Committee: An Annotated Bibliography," Proceedings of the Unitarian Universalist Historical Society, Vol. 21, Pt. 2 (1989): 81-86.
jnl
8913 Thomas E. Graham "The Bishop of the West: Jenkin Lloyd Jones and the Western Unitarian Conference, 1880-1884," Proceedings of the Unitarian Universalist Historical Society, Vol. 21, Pt. 2 (1989): 49-70.
jnl
8914 Gary Richard Hall "Emerson and the Bible: Transcendentalism as Scriptural Interpretation and Revision." Dissertation, University of California, Los Angeles, 1989. DAI-A 50/06: 1657.
diss
8915 Lilian Handlin "Babylon est delenda—the Young Andrews Norton," pp. 53-85 in Conrad Edick Wright, ed., American Unitarianism, 1805-1865, Boston, 1989.
article in book
8916 Richard Eugene Hoffman "Ralph Waldo Emerson: His Reasons for Leaving the Ministry." Dissertation, Bowling Green State University, 1989. DAI-A 50/11:3589.
diss
8917 James Hoopes Consciousness in New England: From Puritanism and Ideas to Psychoanalysis and Semiotic, Baltimore, 1989.
Analysis is theological rather than historical, but with reference in Chapter 6 to Arminians and Unitarians from Ebenezer Gay to Theodore Parker.
book
8918 Charles A. Howe "He Lives Tomorrow: Clinton Lee Scott, Revitalizer of Universalism," Proceedings of the Unitarian Universalist Historical Society, Vol. 21, Pt. 2 (1989): 7-25.
jnl
8919 Charles A. Howe "Thomas Jefferson and Benjamin Rush: Christian Revolutionaries," Unitarian Universalist Christian, 44 (1989): 63-71.
jnl
8920 Daniel Walker Howe "The Cambridge Platonists of Old England and the Cambridge Platonists of New England," pp. 87-119 in Conrad Edick Wright, ed., American Unitarianism, 1805-1865, Boston, 1989.
article in book
8921 Robert N. Hudspeth "‘A Higher Standard in Thought and Action’: Margaret Fuller and the Idea of Criticism," pp. 145-160 in Conrad Edick Wright, ed., American Unitarianism, 1805-1865, Boston, 1989.
article in book
8922 Stefan M. Jonasson "Icelandic Unitarianism: A North American Tradition," The World (UU), 3 (Mar./Apr. 1989): 12-15.
jnl
8923 Richard A. Kellaway Character, Quality, Service: Enduring Commitments—Changing Forms, n.p., 1989?.
First Unitarian Church, New Bedford, Mass., 1959-1989.
book
8924 Walter Donald Kring "Frederick May Eliot: A Centennial Remembrance," Proceedings of the Unitarian Universalist Historical Society, Vol. 21, pt. 2 (1989): 1-6.
jnl
8925 Alfred G. Litton "The Development of the Mind and the Role of the Scholar in the Early Works of Frederic Henry Hedge," pp. 95-114 in Joel Myerson, ed., Studies in the American Renaissance, 1989, Charlottesville, Va., 1989.
article in book
8926 Wesley T. Mott ‘The Strains of Eloquence’: Emerson and His Sermons, University Park, Penn., 1989.
book
8927 Craig Compton Murray "Benjamin Vaughan (1751-1835): The Life of an Anglo-American Intellectual." Dissertation, Columbia University, 1989. DAI-A 90:20676.
Vaughan—diplomat, political economist, and agriculturalist—is of interest as an English Unitarian and sometime student of Priestley, who emigrated in 1796 and settled in Hallowell, Me..
diss
8928 David B. Parke "Theological Directions of Unitarian Universalism for the Next 25 Years," Unitarian Universalist Christian, 44 (1989): 5-20.
Pp. 9-16 include useful comments on theological developments.
jnl
8929 Jane H. Pease, William H. Pease "Whose Right Hand of Fellowship? Pew and Pulpit in Shaping Church Practice," pp. 181-206 in Conrad Edick Wright, ed., American Unitarianism, 1805-1865, Boston, 1989.
article in book
8930 David M. Robinson "Introduction," pp. 1-32 in Conrad Edick Wright, ed., American Unitarianism, 1805-1865, Boston, 1989.
article in book
8931 David M. Robinson "Grace and Works: Emerson’s Essays in Theological Perspective," pp. 121-142 in Conrad Edick Wright, ed., American Unitarianism, 1805-1865, Boston, 1989.
article in book
8932 David Robinson "Thomas Lamb Eliot and the Unitarian Experience in Oregon," Proceedings of the Unitarian Universalist Historical Society, Vol. 21, Pt. 2 (1989): 72-80.
jnl
8933 Alan Seaburg "Unitarian Resources at Harvard University," pp. 253-261 in Conrad Edick Wright, ed., American Unitarianism, 1805-1865, Boston, 1989.
article in book
8934 Bruce M. Stephens "From the Nature to the Character of Christ: Channing’s Critique Of Classical Christology," Unitarian Universalist Christian, 44 (1989): 37-45.
jnl
8935 Richard H. Taylor The Churches of Christ of the Congregational Way, Benton Harbor, Mich., 1989.
Includes Unitarian Congregational churches through 1850.
book
8936 Louis Leonard Tucker Clio’s Consort: Jeremy Belknap and the Founding of the Massachusetts Historical Society, Boston, 1989.
book
8937 Thomas Anthony Tweed "The American Encounter with Buddhism, 1844-1912: Responses to Buddhism, Dissent and Consent, and Victorian Religious Culture." Dissertation, Stanford University, 1989. DAI-A 89: 19485.
diss
8938 Sarah Wider "‘Most Glorious Sermons’: Anna Tilden’s Sermon Notes, 1824-1831," pp. 1-93 in Joel Myerson, ed., Studies in the American Renaissance, 1989, Charlottesville, Va., 1989.
Sermons at the Federal Street Church: Channing, Gannett, and others. Anna Tilden married Gannett in 1835.
article in book
8939 Guy R. Woodall "Convers Francis: The Transcendentalists and the Boston Association of Ministers," Proceedings of the Unitarian Universalist Historical Society, Vol. 21, Pt. 2, (1989): 41-48.
jnl
8940 Guy R. Woodall "William Henry Furness’ Remarks on the Four Gospels in the ‘Annus Mirabilis’ (1836)," American Transcendental Quarterly, NS 3 (1989): 233-244.
jnl
8941 John F. Woolverton "Stirring the Religious Pot at Harvard on the Eve of the Civil War: Two Huntingtons and a Cooke," Anglican and Episcopal History, 58 (1989): 37-49.
Frederick Dan Huntington.
jnl
8942 Conrad Wright "Institutional Reconstruction in the Unitarian Controversy," pp. 3-29 in Conrad Edick Wright, ed., American Unitarianism, 1805-1865, Boston, 1989.
Reprinted in Conrad Wright, The Unitarian Controversy (9427), pp. 83-110.
article in book
8943 Conrad Wright "Unitarian Beginnings in Western Massachusetts," Proceedings of the Unitarian Universalist Historical Society, Vol. 21, Pt. 2 (1989): 27-40.
Reprinted in Conrad Wright, The Unitarian Controversy (9427), pp. 137-154.
jnl
9001 Allison Brayton "History of the First Parish Church in the Town of Medford, Massachusetts from 1690-1850," Typescript, Medford, Mass., 1990.
Prepared for the 300th anniversary of the church.
typescript
9002 David R. Breed "Ralph Wendell Burhoe: His Life and His Thought," Zygon, 25 (1990): 469-491.
Organizing the Institute on Religion in an Age of Science (IRAS).
jnl
9003 Mark S. Burrows "The Catholic Revision of an American Myth: The Eschatology of Orestes Brownson as an Apology of American Catholicism," Catholic Historical Review, 76 (1990): 18-43.
jnl
9004 Mary Ava Chamberlain "Jonathan Edwards Against the Antinomians and Arminians." Dissertation, Columbia University, 1990. DAI-A 91:18540.
diss
9005 John Ruskin Clarke Joseph Priestley: 'A Comet in the System', San Diego, Cal., 1990.
book
9006 Ghanda DiFiglia Roots and Visions: The First Fifty Years of the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee, n.p., 1990.
book
9007 Egal Feldman Dual Destinies: The Jewish Encounter with Protestant America, Urbana, Ill., 1990.
References to Channing, Emerson, Parker, Minot Savage, John Haynes Holmes, and others.
book
9008 Norman B. Gibbs, Lee W. Gibbs "Charles Chauncy: A Theology in Two Portraits," Harvard Theological Review, 83 (1990): 259-270.
jnl
9009 Len Gougeon "1838: Ellis Gray Loring and a Journal for the Times," pp. 33-47 in Joel Myerson, ed., Studies in the American Renaissance, 1990, Charlottesville, Va., 1990.
Journal entries for March and April 1838, prior to the Divinity School address.
article in book
9010 Christopher William Gregory "Perpetual Purification and Developing Sense of Self: The Evolving Theology and Person of Adin Ballou." Dissertation, Saint Louis University, 1990. DAI-A 91: 02904.
diss
9011 James Hitchcock, ed. "Three Letters of William L. Sullivan," Catholic Historical Review, 76 (1990): 549-554.
jnl
9012 Elisabeth Hurth "The ‘Signs and Wonders’ of Divinity: The Miracles Controversy in New England, 1836-1841," American Transcendental Quarterly, NS 4 (1990): 287-303.
Norton, Ripley, Furness, Emerson, Parker.
jnl
9013 Stan Larson, Lorille Horne Miller "Register of the Records of the First Unitarian Church of Salt Lake City, 1891-1989," 1989.
Manuscript Collection (Ms 508) in the Special Collections Department, University of Utah Libraries, Salt Lake City.
typescript
9014 George N. Marshall A. Powell Davies and His Times, Boston, 1990.
book
9015 James W. Mathews "Fallen Angel: Emerson and the Apostasy of Edward Everett," pp. 23-32 in Joel Myerson, ed., Studies in the American Renaissance, 1990, Charlottesville, Va., 1990.
article in book
9016 Bruce Edward Mills "Cultural Reformations: The Literary and Social Worlds of Lydia Maria Child." Dissertation, University of Iowa, 1990. DAI-A 91: 12457.
diss
9017 Richard J. Moss "Republicanism, Liberalism, and Identity: The Case of Jedidiah Morse," Essex Institute Historical Collections, 126 (1990): 209-236.
jnl
9018 William E. Parrish "The Western Sanitary Commission," Civil War History, 36 (1990): 17-35.
William Greenleaf Eliot.
jnl
9019 Creighton Peden "The Abbot-Royce Controversy," Religious Humanism, 24 (1990): 17-23.
jnl
9020 Richard Peterson "Thomas Starr King in California, 1860-64: Forgotten Naturalist of the Civil War Years," California History, 69 (1990/91): 12-21, 79-80.
jnl
9021 Howard B. Radest The Devil and Secular Humanism: The Children of the Enlightenment, New York, 1990.
Mention of the Unitarian signers of the Humanist Manifesto, but the scope is broader and the focus more on Ethical Culture.
book
9022 John M. Russell "Beyond Our Species’ Potentials: Charles Hartshorne on Humanism," Religious Humanism, 24 (1990): 95-106.
jnl
9023 Gary Scharnhorst, ed. Bret Harte’s California: Letters to the Springfield Republican and Christian Register, 1866-67, Albuquerque, N.M., 1990.
Some reference to Starr King.
book
9024 Gary Scharnhorst A Literary Biography of William Rounseville Alger (1822-1905): A Neglected Member of the Concord Circle, Lewiston, N.Y., 1990.
book
9025 A. Truman Schwartz, John G. McEvoy, eds. Motion Toward Perfection, Boston, 1990.
Papers by J.H. Brooke, G.H. Williams, Derek A. Davenport, and Donald J. D’Elia, dealing with Priestley as a minister, especially in the American years.
book
9026 Timothy C. Shiel "Hartshorne on Humanism: A Comment," Religious Humanism, 24 (1990): 107-112.
jnl
9027 Cynthia Grant Tucker Prophetic Sisterhood: Liberal Women Ministers of the Frontier, 1880-1930, Boston, 1990.
book
9028 Thomas A. Tweed "‘The Seeming Anomaly of Buddhist Negation’: American Encounters with Buddhist Distinctiveness, 1858-1877," Harvard Theological Review, 83 (1990): 65-92.
Thomas Wentworth Higginson; a revised and expanded version appears as the first chapter of the author’s The American Encounter with Buddhism (9230).
jnl
9029 Arthur J. Versluis "Ex Oriente Lux: American Transcendentalism, and the Orient." Dissertation, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 1990. DAI-A 90: 34535.
diss
9030 Mary Frances Williams Another History of the First Unitarian Church Unitarian Universalist, Lynchburg, Virginia, Lynchburg, Va., 1990.
book
9031 Robert Wilson "Essays on Epistemology in American Transcendentalism." Dissertation, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, 1990. DAI-A 90: 30134.
diss
9101 George K. Beach "Introduction," pp. 1-16 to James Luther Adams, An Examined Faith, Boston, 1991.
article in book
9102 Gladys Burns Our Stories: A 25 Year History of the Pacific Northwest District of the Unitarian Universalist Association, 1962-1987, Olympia, Washington, 1991.
book
9103 Patrick W. Carey "Introduction: Orestes A. Brownson’s Spirituality," pp. 7-58 in Orestes A. Brownson, Selected Writings, New York, 1991.
article in book
9104 Ernest Cassara "The New World of John Murray: A Character Study," Unitarian Universalist Christian, 46 (1991): 9-26.
jnl
9105 nnu
9106 Ernest Cassara "The New World of John Murray," pp. 9-29 in Charles A. Howe, ed., “Not Hell, But Hope”: The John Murray Distinguished Lectures, 1987-1991, Lanoka Harbor, N.J., 1991.
article in book
9107 Louise Chipley "‘The Best Instruction of the People’: William Bentley on the Congregational Clergy and the Republic, 1783-1819," Essex Institute Historical Collections, 127 (1991): 194-210.
jnl
9108 Louise Chipley "The Financial and Tenure Anxieties of New England’s Congregational Clergy During the Early National Era: The Case of William Bentley, 1783-1819," Essex Institute Historical Collections, 127 (1991): 277-296.
jnl
9109 Michael J. Colacurcio "‘Pleasing God’: The Lucid Strife of Emerson’s ‘Address’," Emerson Society Quarterly, 37 (1991): 141-212.
jnl
9110 Helen R. Deese "A New England Women’s Network: Elizabeth Palmer Peabody, Caroline Healy Dall, and Delia S. Bacon," Legacy, 8 (1991): 77-91.
jnl
9111 Gordon D. Gibson "The Rediscovery of Judith Sargent Murray," pp. 69-90 in Charles A. Howe, ed., “Not Hell, But Hope”: The John Murray Distinguished Lectures, 1987-1991, Lanoka Harbor, N.J., 1991.
article in book
9112 Joan Goodwin "Self-Culture and Skepticism: The Unitarian Odyssey of Sarah Alden Bradford Ripley," Proceedings of the Unitarian Universalist Historical Society, Vol. 22, Pt. 1 (1990/91): 35-50.
jnl
9113 Dorothy Grant A Lay-Woman’s Unitarian World, Cedar Falls, Iowa, 1991.
Lay Unitarian active in organizing fellowships, especially in Iowa and adjacent states.
book
9114 Dean Grodzins "The Transient and Permanent in Theodore Parker’s Christianity, 1832-1841," Proceedings of the Unitarian Universalist Historical Society, Vol. 22, Pt. 1 (1990/91): 1-18.
jnl
9115 Richard A. Grusin Transcendental Hermeneutics: Institutional Authority and the Higher Criticism, Durham, N.C., 1991.
Emerson, Thoreau, Parker.
book
9116 Robert C. Hardy One Hundred Years of Upstart Unitarianism in the Bible Belt: An Oral History of the First Unitarian Church of Oklahoma City, n.p., 1991.
book
9117 Gillis J. Harp "‘The Church of Humanity’: New York’s Worshipping Positivists," Church History, 60 (1991): 508-523.
Brief references to contacts between Comtists and O.B. Frothingham.
jnl
9118 Alan D. Hodder "‘After a Negative Way’: Emerson’s ‘Self-Reliance’ and the Rhetoric of Conversion," Harvard Theological Review, 84 (1991): 423-446.
A theological reading of “Self Reliance” with stylistic parallelism sought with Edwards’s “God Glorified in Man’s Dependence.”
jnl
9119 Charles A. Howe "How Human an Enterprise: The Story of the First Universal Society in Boston During John Murray’s Ministry," Proceedings of the Unitarian Universalist Historical Society, Vol. 22, Pt. 1 (1990/91): 19-34.
jnl
9120 Charles A. Howe "Under Orders from No Man: Universalist Woman Preachers Before the Civil War," pp. 31-51 in Charles A. Howe, ed., “Not Hell, But Hope”: The John Murray Distinguished Lectures, 1987-1991, Lanoka Harbor, N.J., 1991.
article in book
9121 Tyron Inbody "Religious Empiricism and the Problem of Evil," American Journal of Theology and Philosophy, 12 (1991): 35-48.
Wieman, Loomer, Meland.
jnl
9122 Homer A. Jack A Bibliography of the Writings of Homer A. Jack, Swarthmore, Penn., 1991.
Reproduced from typescript.
book
9123 Ronald L. Jensen "A Religious and Historical Study of Horace Mann." Dissertation, University of Iowa, 1991. DAI-A 92:17161.
diss
9124 David A. Johnson "Augusta Chapin: Universalist Pioneer, Missionary, Prophet," pp. 53-67 in Charles A. Howe, ed., “Not Hell, But Hope”: The John Murray Distinguished Lectures, 1987-1991, Lanoka Harbor, N.J., 1991.
article in book
9125 David A. Johnson Chicago Universalism, Brookline, Mass., 1991.
book
9126 nnu
9127 Stefan M. Jonasson "Report on the Archives of the United Conference of Icelandic Churches (1901-1952) and the Western Canada District of the Unitarian Universalist Association," Proceedings of the Unitarian Universalist Historical Society, Vol. 22, Pt. 1 (1990/91): 177-179.
jnl
9128 Carol Anne Kitchen "Philanthropy vs. Sharing among Unitarians and Universalists, 1875-1900." Dissertation, Drew University, 1991. DAI-A 52/04: 1380.
diss
9129 Walter Donald Kring Safely Onward, New York, 1991.
Volume 3 of his history of the Unitarian Church of All Souls, New York City, covering the years 1881-1978.
book
9130 Stan Larson, Lorille Horne Miller Unitarianism in Utah: A Gentile Religion in Salt Lake City, 1891-1991, Salt Lake City, 1991.
book
9131 Shu-hsien Liu "Henry Nelson Wieman and Chinese Philosophy," American Journal of Theology and Philosophy, 12 (1991): 49-61.
jnl
9132 George N. Marshall Researching American Liberal Attitudes and Human Rights Issues Through the Life and Times of Rev. A. Powell Davies, D.D., Chapel Hill, N.C., 1991.
Reproduced from typescript; record of “not easily located resources” used in his preparation of a biography of Davies.
book
9133 Robert C. Milder "‘The American Scholar’ as Cultural Event," Prospects, 16 (1991): 119-147.
jnl
9134 Lester Mondale "A Humanist for All Seasons: Edwin H. Wilson," Religious Humanism, 25 (1991): 33-40.
jnl
9135 Robert C. Monzingo Thomas Starr King: Eminent Californian, Civil War Statesman, Unitarian Minister, Pacific Grove, Cal., 1991.
book
9136 W. Creighton Peden "Francis Ellingwood Abbot: Prophet of Free Religion," Proceedings of the Unitarian Universalist Historical Society, Vol. 22, Pt. 1 (1990/91): 51-61.
jnl
9137 Providence, Rhode Island The First Unitarian Church of Providence: Thirty Years, 1957-1987, n.p., 1991?.
Prepared by the History Committee of the Church.
book
9138 Susan L. Roberson "Young Emerson and the Mantle of Biography," American Transcendental Quarterly, NS 5 (1991): 151-168.
jnl
9138.1 Mark Saunders Scartz "Piety in Providence: The Class Dimensions of Religious Expression in Providence, Rhode Island, 1790-1880." Dissertation, Emory University, 1991. DAI-A 52/04: 1493.
Universalism one of the “plebian” religions covered.
diss
9139 Sheila L. Skemp "The Judith Sargent Murray Papers," Journal of Mississippi History, 53 (1991): 241-250.
jnl
9140 Michael Vella "Fire in the Ashes of Puritanism: The Conflict of Discourses Between John Greenleaf Whittier and Reverend George Ellis," American Transcendental Quarterly, NS 5 (1991): 301-315.
jnl
9141 Arthur Versluis "From Transcendentalism to Universal Religion: Samuel Johnson’s Orientalism," American Transcendental Quarterly, NS 5 (1991): 109-123.
jnl
9142 Henry N. Wieman "The Confessions of a Religious Seeker," American Journal of Theology and Philosophy, 12 (1991): 67-119.
Autobiographical.
jnl
9143 Edwin H. Wilson "The Origins of Modern Humanism," The Humanist, 51 (1991): 9-11.
jnl
9144 Stefanie Munsing Winkelbauer "William Bentley: Connoisseur and Print Collector," pp. 21-38 in Georgia Brady Barnhill, ed., Prints of New England, Worcester, Mass., 1991.
article in book
9145 Thomas D. Wintle "‘Missions to Ourselves’ and the Beginnings of the UUCF," Unitarian Universalist Christian, 46 (1991): 70-80.
jnl
9146 Guy Woodall "A Note on Alexander Campbell and the Unitarians in Mobile and New Orleans," Restoration Quarterly, 33 (1991): 159-169.
jnl
9147 Guy R. Woodall "The Record of a Friendship: The Letters of Convers Francis to Frederic Henry Hedge in Bangor and Providence, 1835-1850," pp. 1-57 in Joel Myerson, ed., Studies in the American Renaissance, 1991, Charlottesville, Va., 1991.
article in book
9148 Conrad Wright "From Establishment Religion to Sectarianism: Comments on the Unitarian Experience," Unitarian Universalist Christian, 46 (1991): 27-36.
jnl
9149 Donald Yacavone Samuel Joseph May and the Dilemmas of the Liberal Persuasion, 1797-1871, Philadelphia, 1991.
book
9201 Elizabeth Addison "Compensation and the Price of Purity: An Old Quaker Impresses The Young Emerson," pp. 107-120 in Joel Myerson, ed., Studies in the American Renaissance, 1992, Charlottesville, Va., 1992.
article in book
9202 Barry M. Andrews "The Roots of Unitarian Universalist Spirituality in New England Transcendentalism," pp. 23-40 in Nancy B. Miller, ed., Selected Essays, Boston, 1992.
Published by the Unitarian Universalist Ministers Association.
article in book
9203 R. Scott Appleby Church and Age Unite!”: The Modernist Impulse in American Catholicism, Notre Dame, 1992.
W.L. Sullivan, pp. 169-189.
book
9204 Ronald A. Bosco "‘(M)ercy to Pardon & Grace to Help’: Ezra Ripley’s Ordination Diary, 1778-1835," Studies in Puritan American Spirituality, 2 (1992): 153-168.
jnl
9205 Ann Lee Bressler "Popular Religious Liberalism in America, 1770-1880: An Interpretation of the Universalist Movement." Dissertation, University of Virginia, 1992. DAI-A 54/05: 1920.
diss
9206 Charles Capper Margaret Fuller: An American Romantic Life, Baltimore, 1992.
book
9207 Ava Chamberlain "The Theology of Cruelty: A New Look at the Rise of Arminianism in Eighteenth-Century New England," Harvard Theological Review, 85 (1992): 335-356.
jnl
9208 Daniel Ross Chandler "Donald Szantho Harrington," Religious Humanism, 87 (1992): 102-116.
jnl
9209 Deborah Pickman Clifford Crusader for Freedom: A Life of Lydia Maria Child, Boston, 1992.
book
9210 Mathew David Fisher "A Selected, Annotated Edition of the Letters of George Ripley, 1828-1841." Dissertation, Ball State University, 1992. DAI-A 53/04:1158.
diss
9211 Norman B. Gibbs, Lee W. Gibbs "‘In our Nature’: The Kenotic Christology of Charles Chauncy," Harvard Theological Review, 85 (1992): 217-233.
An attempt to demonstrate that Chauncy’s Christology was really kenotic (rather than Arian) and so he is not properly to be considered a forerunner of Unitarianism!
jnl
9212 Robert D. Habich "Emerson’s Reluctant Foe: Andrews Norton and the Transcendental Controversy," New England Quarterly, 65 (1992): 208-237.
jnl
9213 W. Edward Harris "Some Unitarian Universalist Responses to War," pp. 61-97 in Nancy B. Miller, ed., Selected Essays, Boston, 1992.
Published by the Unitarian Universalist Ministers Association.
article in book
9214 Elisabeth Hurth "Sowing the Seeds of ‘Subversion’: Harvard’s Early Gottingen Students," pp. 91-106 in Joel Myerson, ed., Studies in the American Renaissance, 1992, Charlottesville, Va., 1992.
article in book
9215 Elisabeth Hurth "The ‘Uses’ of the ‘Literary’ Jesus: Ernest Renan’s Life of Jesus in New England," Emerson Society Quarterly, 38 (1992): 315-337.
jnl
9216 Susan H. Irons "Channing’s Influence on Peabody: Self-Culture and the Danger of Egoism," pp. 121-135 in Joel Myerson, ed., Studies in the American Renaissance, 1992, Charlottesville, Va., 1992.
article in book
9217 Diane Brown Jones "Elizabeth Palmer Peabody’s Transcendental Manifesto," pp. 195-207 in Joel Myerson, ed., Studies in the American Renaissance, 1992, Charlottesville, Va., 1992.
article in book
9217.1 Malashri Lal "Emerson’s Indian Superstition and the Unitarian Church," Indian Journal of American Studies (India), 22 (1995), 1-8.
jnl
9218 Paul H. Landen "Unitarian-Universalist Views on Issues in Human Sexuality." Dissertation, Michigan State University, 1992. DAI-A 92:33905.
diss
9219 Richard Wayne Lee "Unitarian Universalists: Organizational Dilemmas of the Cult of the Individual." Dissertation, Emory University, 1992. DAI-A 93:11561.
Atlanta, Georgia.
diss
9220 Julie M. Norko "Christopher Pearse Cranch’s Struggle with the Muses," pp. 209-227 in Joel Myerson, ed., Studies in the American Renaissance, 1992, Charlottesville, Va., 1992.
article in book
9221 Jon Pahl Paradox Lost, Baltimore, 1992.
Edwards and Chauncy: Freedom of the Will.
book
9222 W. Creighton Peden The Philosopher of Free Religion: Francis Ellingwood Abbot , New York, 1992.
book
9223 Robert J. Penella "Modernism and the American Catholic Church: Two Unpublished Essays by William Laurence Sullivan," Harvard Library Bulletin, NS 3 (1992): 48-64.
jnl
9224 David Robinson "The Road Not Taken: From Edwards, Through Chauncy, to Emerson," Arizona Quarterly, 48 (1992): 45-61.
jnl
9225 Carl Scovel "The History of the King’s Chapel Prayerbooks," Unitarian Universalist Christian, Vol. 47, Nos. 1-2 (1992): 29-39.
jnl
9226 Carl Seaburg Inventing a Ministry: Four Reflections on the Life of a Colleague: Charles Vickery, 1920-1972, Boston, 1992.
Minns Lectures.
book
9227 Stanley F. Sears "The Contribution of John Haynes Holmes to Unitarian Universalism," pp. 41-59 in Nancy B. Miller, ed., Selected Essays, Boston, 1992.
Published by the Unitarian Universalist Ministers Association.
article in book
9228 Lawrence Wayne Snyder, Jr. "Theology Adrift: Unitarians and Universal Religion, 1865-1900." Dissertation, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 1992. DAI-A 53/11: 3952.
diss
9229 John Wood Sweet "The Liberal Dilemma and the Demise of the Town Church: Ezra Ripley’s Pastorate in Concord, 1778-1841," Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, 104 (1992): 73-109.
jnl
9230 Thomas A. Tweed The American Encounter with Buddhism, 1844-1912, Bloomington, Ind., 1992.
References to L.M. Child, S. Johnson, J.F. Clarke, T.W. Higginson.
book
9231 Kerry S. Walters Rational Infidels: The American Deists, Durango, Colorado, 1992.
“The Deistic Christian: Thomas Jefferson,” Ch. 4.
book
9232 Kerry S. Walters The American Deists: Voices of Reason and Dissent in the Early Republic, University Press of Kansas, 1992.
“Thomas Jefferson,” pp. 106-111, followed by texts from Jefferson.
book
9233 Conrad Wright "Ministers, Churches, and the Boston Elite, 1791-1815," pp. 118-151 in Conrad Edick Wright, ed., Massachusetts and the New Nation, Boston, 1992.
Reprinted in Wright, The Unitarian Controversy (9427), pp.37-58.
article in book
9234 Conrad Edick Wright "Saving a Soul: Joseph Tuckerman and the Final Days of Sylvester Colson," Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, 104 (1992): 110-122.
jnl
9301 Paul K. Conklin "The Religious Pilgrimage of Thomas Jefferson," pp. 19-49 in Peter S. Onuf, ed., Jeffersonian Legacies, Charlottesville, Va., 1993.
article in book
9302 Jacob H. Dorn "The Social Gospel and Socialism: A Comparison of the Thought of Francis Greenwood Peabody, Washington Gladden, and Walter Rauschenbusch," Church History, 62 (1993): 82-100.
jnl
9303 Peter S. Field "The Crisis of the Standing Order: A History of Congregational Ministers In Massachusetts, 1790-1833." Dissertation, Columbia University, 1993. DAI-A 94: 12751.
diss
9304 John Patrick Fitzgibbons "Theodore Parker’s Man-Making Strategy: A Study of the Professional Ministry in Selected Sermons." Dissertation, Loyola University of Chicago, 1993. DAI-A 54/05: 1803.
diss
9305 Jack Fruchtman, Jr. Thomas Paine and the Religion of Nature, Baltimore, 1993.
book
9306 Philip Kevin Goff "The Religious World of the Revolutionary John Adams." Dissertation, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 1993. DAI-A 94:02142.
diss
9307 Dean David Grodzins "Theodore Parker and Transcendentalism." Dissertation, Harvard University, 1993. DAI-A 93:30924.
diss
9308 Elisabeth Hurth "William and Ralph Waldo Emerson and the Problem of the Lord’s Supper: The Influence of German Historical Speculators," Church History, 63 (1993): 190-206.
jnl
9309 Richard S. Hasty "What it Means to be a Minister Who is Gay," Religious Humanism, 27 (1993): 43-47.
Autobiographical.
jnl
9310 Walter P. Herz "Influence Transcending Mere Numbers: The Unitarians in Nineteenth Century Cincinnati," Queen City Heritage, 51 (Winter 1993): 3-22.
jnl
9311 Charles A. Howe The Larger Faith: A Short History of American Universalism, Boston, 1993.
A shorter version of the material in Russell Miller’s The Larger Hope (7928 and 8524).
book
9312 A.G.W. Lamont David Leavitt, His Relationships, and the Bloomfield Universalists, Picton, Ontario, 1993.
Largely genealogical, but with some information on the Bloomfield Universalist church.
book
9313 Alfred Guy Litton "‘Speaking the Truth in Love’: A History of the Christian Examiner and Its Relation to New England Transcendentalism." Dissertation, University of South Carolina, 1993. DAI-A 54/11:4094.
diss
9314 Edward H. Madden "Ralph Waldo Emerson and Theodore Parker: A Comparative Study," Transactions of the Charles S. Pierce Society, 29 (1993): 179-209.
jnl
9314.1 Siegmar Meuhl "A Brief Encounter Between Friedrich Meunch, German-American Rationalist in Missouri, and Theodore Parker, New England Transcendentalist," Yearbook of German-American Studies, 28 (1993), 13-32.
jnl
9315 Miami Valley Unitarian Fellowship UU Odyssey: History of the Miami Valley Unitarian Fellowship, Oakwood, Ohio, 1993.
Dayton, OH.
book
9316 Rudy Nemser "The Berry Street Conference," Typescript, n.p., 1993.
In Andover-Harvard Library. A listing of speakers, titles, scribes, executives, 1820-1993.
typescript
9317 W. Creighton Peden "The Foundations of William J. Potter’s ‘Religion of Humanity’," Religious Humanism, 27 (1993): 67-77.
jnl
9318 John Saillant "‘A Doctrinal Controversy Between the Hopkintonian and the Universalist’: Religion, Race, and Ideology in Postrevolutionary Vermont," Vermont History, 61 (1993): 197-216.
jnl
9319 Carl Scovel, Charles C. Forman Journey Toward Independence: King’s Chapel’s Transition to Unitarianism, Boston, 1993.
1989 Minns Lecture.
book
9320 Nancy Craig Simmons, ed. The Selected Letters of Mary Moody Emerson, North Athens, Ga., 1993.
book
9321 Edmund Daniel Spevack "Charles Follen’s Search for Nationality and Freedom in Germany and America, 1795-1840." Dissertation, Johns Hopkins University, 1993. DAI-A 93:13438.
diss
9322 K.P. Van Anglen The New England Milton: Literary Reception and Cultural Authority in the Early Republic, University Park, Penn., 1993.
Channing, Emerson, some reference to Parker.
book
9323 Arthur Versluis American Transcendentalism and Asian Religions, New York, 1993.
book
9324 Howard M. Wach "Unitarian Philanthropy and Cultural Hegemony in Comparative Perspective: Manchester and Boston, 1827-1848," Journal of Social History, 26 (1993): 539-557.
jnl
9401 Joseph A. Bassett "In What Sense Unitarian?," Unitarian Universalist Christian, 49 (1994): 49-57.
William Ellery Channing.
jnl
9402 Mark Belletini "Sacramentalism Among 20th Century Unitarians and Universalists," pp. 82-90 in Warren H. Ross, ed., Regaining Historical Consciousness, Berkeley, 1994.
Published by Starr King School for the Ministry.
article in book
9403 Kenneth Walker Cameron Emerson at the Divinity School: His Address of 1838 and Its Significance, Hartford, Conn., 1994.
A Cameron miscellany.
book
9404 Kenneth Walker Cameron Voices in Emerson’s Sermons, Identified With Supplementary Annotations and Commentary, Hartford, Conn., 1994.
book
9405 Frank Carpenter "He Stood Alone: Jesus in the Living Tradition With a Focus on William Ellery Channing’s View of the Gift of Christ," Unitarian Universalist Christian, 49 (1994): 58-74.
With a response by Jon Luopa, pp. 75-77.
jnl
9406 Frank Carpenter "Paradise Held: William Ellery Channing and the Legacy of Oakland," Newport History, 65 (1994): 91-124.
jnl
9407 Bell Gale Chevigny The Woman and the Myth: Margaret Fuller’s Life and Writings, Boston, 1994.
Revised and expanded edition; the Forward (pp. xv-xxxviii) is a review of recent scholarship.
book
9407.1 Jonathan Nathan Chuman "Between Secularism and Supernaturalism: The Religious Philosophies of Theodore Parker and Felix Adler." Dissertation, Columbia University, 1994. DAI-A 55/03: 609.
diss
9408 Paul K. Conkin "Priestley and Jefferson: Unitarianism as a Religion for a New Revolutionary Age," pp. 290-307 in Ronald Hoffman, and Peter J. Albert, eds., Religion in a Revolutionary Age, Charlottesville, Va., 1994.
article in book
9409 Clare B. Fischer "Woman’s Voice in Public Space," pp. 75-81 in Warren H. Ross, ed., Regaining Historical Consciousness, Berkeley, 1994.
Aurelia Henry Reinhardt. Published by the Starr King School for the Ministry.
article in book
9410 Jenny Franchot Road to Rome: The Antebellum Protestant Encounter with Catholicism, Berkeley, 1994.
Chiefly Unitarianism and Congregationalism.
book
9411 Eva H. Gemmill, ed. First Unitarian Society of Albany, 1842-1992, Albany, N.Y., 1994.
book
9412 Rolfe Gerhardt The First Unitarian Church of Richmond, Virginia: A Centennial History, Richmond, Va., 1994.
book
9413 Dean Grodzins, Joel Myerson "The Preaching Record of Theodore Parker," 55-122 in Joel Myerson, ed., Studies in the American Renaissance, 1994, Charlottesville, Va., 1994.
article in book
9414 Carolyn L. Karcher The First Woman in the Republic: A Cultural Biography of Lydia Maria Child, Durham, N.C., 1994.
book
9415 Violet A. Kochendoerfer One Woman’s World War II, Lexington, Ky., 1994.
book
9416 Russell M. Lawson "Elder Scripture: Jeremy Belknap’s Journey to the White Mountains in 1784," Historical New Hampshire, 49 (1994): 201-227.
jnl
9417 Marian C. Madden, Edward H. Madden "Buffs and Rebuffs: Emerson, Parker, and Thoreau," Transactions of the Charles S. Pierce Society, 30 (1994): 1-32.
jnl
9418 Patricia Quehon McIntyre "The Ordinary Care of Providence: How Religious Discourse Among the Anglican, Unitarian, and Puritan American Colonial Theologians Produced the Moral Roots of the First Amendment." Dissertation, University of Southern California, 1994.
diss
9419 Bruce Mills Cultural Reformations: Lydia Maria Child and the Literature of Reform, Athens, Ga., 1994.
book
9420 Gerald M. Moser Seven Essays on Joseph Priestley, State College, Penn., 1994.
book
9421 W. Creighton Peden "A Young Minister Faces the 1860s: William James Potter, 1829-1893," Religious Humanism, 28 (1994): 115-126.
jnl
9422 Richard H. Peterson "The United States Sanitary Commission and Thomas Starr King in California, 1861-1864," California History, 72 (1993/94): 325-337.
jnl
9423 Susan L. Roberson "‘Degenerate Effeminacy’ and the Making of a Masculine Spirituality in the Sermons of Ralph Waldo Emerson," pp.150-172 in Donald E. Hall, ed., Muscular Christianity: Embodying the Victorian Age, Cambridge, England, 1994.
article in book
9424 David M. Robinson "John White Chadwick and Theological Change," pp. 67-73 in Warren H. Ross, ed., Regaining Historical Consciousness, Berkeley, 1994.
Published by Starr King School for the Ministry.
article in book
9424.1 Paul Edward Teed "‘A Very Excellent Fanatic, a Very Good Infidel, and a First-Rate Traitor’: Theodore Parker and the Search for Perfectionism in Antebellum America." Dissertation, University of Connecticut, 1994. DAI-A 56/04:1501.
diss
9425 Cynthia Grant Tucker "When History Speaks in a Woman’s Voice," pp. 59-65 in Warren H. Ross, ed., Regaining Historical Consciousness, Berkeley, 1994.
Earl Morse Wilbur and Dorothea Dix Eliot Wilbur; published by Starr King School for the Ministry.
article in book
9426 Joan Von Mehren Minerva and the Muse: A Life of Margaret Fuller, Amherst, Mass., 1994.
book
9427 Conrad Wright The Unitarian Controversy: Essays on American Unitarian History, Boston, 1994.
Items reprinted from scholarly journals: 6732, 6924, 7561, 8153, 8338, 8836, 8942, 8943, 9233.
book
9428 [Conrad Edick Wright, ed.] "Essays in Celebration of the Seventy-Fifth Birthday of Conrad Wright," Proceedings of the Unitarian Universalist Historical Society, Vol. 22, Pt. 2.
Pieces by David Robinson, David D. Hall, Cynthia Grant Tucker, Alan Seaburg, William R. Hutchison, Conrad Edick Wright.
jnl
9501 James Luther Adams Not Without Dust and Heat: A Memoir, Chicago, 1995.
book
9501.1 Paul Samuel Briggs "The Influence of Unitarianism on the Inclusion of Art Education in the Common Schools of Massachusetts, 1825-1870." Dissertation, Pennsylvania State University, 1995. DAI-A 65/12: 4640.
diss
9501.2 Thomas Joseph Brown "Dorothea Dix: The Portrait of a Reformer." Dissertation, Harvard University, 1995. DAI-A 56/07: 2833.
diss
9502 Alan Brasher "James Freeman Clarke’s Journal Accounts of Ralph Waldo Emerson’s Lectures," pp. 83-126 in Joel Myerson, ed., Studies in the American Renaissance, 1995, Charlottesville, Va., 1995.
article in book
9503 Helen R. Deese "Tending the ‘Sacred Fires’: Theodore Parker and Caroline Healey Dall," Proceedings of the Unitarian Universalist Historical Society, 23 (1995): 22-38.
jnl
9504 Tim Driscoll "Documenting an Institutional History: The Unitarian Universalist Archives Project at the Harvard Divinity School," Proceedings of the Unitarian Universalist Historical Society, 23 (1995): 39-65.
jnl
9505 Dean Grodzins "Theodore Parker’s ‘Conference with the Boston Association," Proceedings of the Unitarian Universalist Historical Society, 23 (1995): 66-101.
jnl
9506 Jeffrey D. Groves "‘Ticknor-and-Fields-ism of All Kinds’: Thomas Starr King, Literary Promotion, and Canon Formation," New England Quarterly, 68 (1995): 206-222.
jnl
9507 Allen C. Guelzo "From Calvinist Metaphysics to Republican Theory: Jonathan Edwards and James Dana on Freedom of the Will," Journal of the History of Ideas, 56 (1995): 99-418.
jnl
9508 Andrew Hill "William Adam: Unitarian Missionary," Transactions of the Unitarian Historical Society (British), 21 (1995): 30-42.
jnl
9509 Peter Hughes "Quackery Among the Clergy: Medicine and Ministry in Conflict in 1848," Proceedings of the Unitarian Universalist Historical Society, 23 (1995): 1-21.
John Boyden (Universalist, Woonsocket, R.I.)
jnl
9510 Elisabeth Hurth "That ‘Grand Model of Humanity’: William Henry Furness and the Problem of the Historical Jesus," pp. 101-126 in Joel Myerson, ed., Studies in the American Renaissance, 1995, Charlottesville, Va., 1995.
article in book
9510.1 Robert Edward James "‘Bow to the Rising Sun’: Emerson, Unitarianism, and the 1833-1834 Lectures on Science." Dissertation, University of California, Los Angeles, 1995. DAI-A 56-12: 4773.
diss
9511 Richard Wayne Lee "Strained Bedfellows: Pagans, New Agers, and ‘Starchy Humanists’ in Unitarian Universalism," Sociology of Religion, 56 (1995): 379-396.
jnl
9512 John C. Morgan The Devotional Heart: The Renewal of American Unitarian Universalism, Boston, 1995.
An historical sketch of the pietistic strand in Universalism with a view to recovery of its essential value for today.
book
9513 Richard J. Moss The Life of Jedidiah Morse: A Station of Peculiar Exposure, Knoxville, Tenn., 1995.
book
9514 Barbara L. Packer "The Transcendentalists," pp. 331-604 in Sacvan Bercovitch, ed., The Cambridge History of American Literature, Vol. 2 , New York, 1995.
article in book
9515 Charles L. Radzinsky Anatomy of a Liberal Church, 1894-1994, Middletown, N.Y., 1995.
Unitarian Universalist Church, Middletown, N.Y.
book
9516 Edward J. Renehan, Jr. The Secret Six: The True Tale of the Men Who Conspired with John Brown, New York, 1995.
T.W. Higginson, T. Parker, S.G. Howe, F.B. Sanborn.
book
9517 Robert D. Richardson, Jr. Emerson: The Mind on Fire, Berkeley, 1995.
book
9518 Susan L. Roberson Emerson in His Sermons, Columbia, Mo., 1995.
book
9519 Richard Hughes Seager The World’s Parliament of Religions: The East/West Encounter, Chicago, 1893, Bloomington, Ind., 1995.
book
9520 Marvin C. Shaw Nature’s Grace: Essays on H.N. Wieman’s Finite Theism, New York, 1995.
book
9521 James C. Smart The Keene Unitarian Universalist Church: The Building and Its People, West Kennebunk, Me., 1995.
Keene, N.H.
book
9522 Bruce Southworth At Home in Creativity: The Naturalistic Theology of Henry Nelson Wieman, Boston, 1995.
book
9523 Colin Peter Wells "Timothy Dwight, ‘The Triumph of Infidelity,’ and the Universalist Controversy." Dissertation, Rutgers University, 1995. DAI-A 56/07:2688.
diss