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George Leonard Chaney (1836–1922)

Chaney, George Leonard. A Unitarian clergyman and miscellaneous writer; born in Massachusetts, 1836; died in 1922. He was pastor of the Hollis Street Church in Boston (1862–79); afterward at Atlanta, GA, where he edited the Southern Unitarian (1893–96). Among his works are: ‘F. Grant & Co.’ (1874), a book for boys; ‘Alóha’ (1880), travels in the Sandwich Islands; ‘Every-Day Life and Every-Day Morals’ (1884), a volume of essays; etc.