Adams Streeter

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Adams Streeter (December 31, 1735 – September 2, 1786) was the first minister of the Universalist congregations in Oxford and Milford, Massachusetts.[1]

He was related to Russell Streeter, editor of the Christian intelligencer from 1822, and minister of the First Universalist Society in Portland, and Sebastian Streeter, another Universalist minister.

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  1. ^ The A to Z of Unitarian Universalism Page 353 Mark W. Harris – 2009 "Adams Streeter proposed that the Universalists gather in association so that a unified and legal church body might be recognized on constitutional grounds. They met on September 14, 1785, and formed the Oxford Association, following the "