George Willis Cooke

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George Willis Cooke
Born(1848-04-23)April 23, 1848
DiedApril 30, 1923(1923-04-30) (aged 75)
NationalityAmerican
EducationMeadville Theological School
Occupationminister, writer, editor, and lecturer
Known forUnitarian minister
Notable work
Unitarianism in America (1902)
Spouse(s)Lucy Nash
Mary Lydia Legget
ChildrenFlorence
Marian

George Willis Cooke was a Unitarian minister, writer, editor, and lecturer. He is best known for Unitarianism in America, his history of that movement in the 19th century, and for his work on Transcendentalist writers and publications.[1]

Works[edit]

Further works, published online, are available from University of Pennsylvania and from Google books.

Literature[edit]

  • Howe, Charles A. (2000-10-28). "George Willis Cooke". Dictionary of Unitarian & Universalist Biography. Retrieved 2017-11-26.
  • Sunderland, Jabez T. (1923-06-14). "George Willis Cooke: An Appreciation". Unity.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Howe, Charles A. (2000-10-28). "George Willis Cooke". Dictionary of Unitarian & Universalist Biography. Retrieved 2017-11-26.

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