Religion: Unitarians

Unitarians met at Boston for their 99th annual convention. "I want to testify here and now," said Dr. Charles W. Eliot, "that this is the most hopeful time I have ever seen." The Rev. Dr. Samuel A. Eliot, son of Charles, was again elected President. An effort to succor Transylvanians in the U. S. met with hearty response. The Unitarian movement was founded in Transylvania in 1568 by Francis David.


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