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Consolidation and the Early Years of the UUA
Commission on Appraisal Report The Unitarian Universalist Merger 1961-1975 (Boston: UUA, 1975)
Ross, Warren. The Premise and the Promise: The Story of the Unitarian Universalist Association (Boston: Skinner House Books, 2001)
History of the Unitarian and Universalist Youth Movements
Arnason, Wayne and Rebecca Scott. We Would Be One: A History of Unitarian Universalist Youth Movements (Boston: Skinner House, 2005)
Information about MacLean and Fahs and their philosophies
Biography of Angus MacLean, Dictionary of Unitarian and Universalist Biography, Unitarian Universalist Historical Society
Fahs, Sophia Lyon. Today's Children and Yesterday's Heritage (Boston: Beacon Press, 1952)
Hunter, Edith. Sophia Lyon Fahs: A Biography (Boston: Beacon Press, 1966)
Hunter, Edith Fisher. Sophia Lyon Fahs: Liberal Religious Educator, Harvard Square Library, Herbert F. Vetter, editor
MacLean, Angus. The New Era in Religious Education (Boston: Beacon Press, 1934)
MacLean, Angus. The Wind in Both Ears (Boston: Beacon Press, 1965)
Nelson, Roberta M., ed. Claiming the Past, Shaping the Future: Four Eras in Liberal Religious Education 1790-1999 (Providence, RI: Liberal Religious Educators Association, 2006)
Thandeka. "Sophia Lyon Fahs," Workshop 6 of What Moves Us: Unitarian Universalist Theology, published by the UUA as part of Tapestry of Faith.
About Researching and Presenting Congregational Histories
Coeyman, Barbara. Creating Congregational Histories
Knowing Where You've Been: Maintaining Records and Archives, UUA Leaders' Library
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