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Joseph Henry Allen (1820–1898)

Allen, Joseph Henry. An American Unitarian minister, educator, and writer; born at Northboro, MA, Aug. 21, 1820; died at Cambridge, March 20, 1898. His chief works were: ‘Ten Discourses on Orthodoxy’ (2d ed. 1889); ‘Hebrew Men and Times’ (2d ed. 1879); ‘Outline of Christian History’ (1884); ‘Our Liberal Movement in Theology’ (1889); ‘Positive Religion, Essays, Fragments, and Hints’ (1891). He was editor of the well-known Allen and Greenough series of Latin classics, and of the Unitarian Review; senior editor of the ‘History of Unitarianism.’