Unitarian Universalist Convocation • 2019 history, heritage, and liberal religious studies

Sunday Morning Session

October 20, 2019

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3-1. Video bulletin boards around the Maritime Conference Center display room assignments for a number of conferences.
3-2. Paul Beedle talking about The Roots of Unitarianism and Universalism in New Orleans.

“The Berry Street Essays: 200 Years of Inside Inquiry”

Sunday, October 20, 2019 Pre-noon Session

3-3. Scott Holland on Moncure Daniel Conway’s Exodus through Baltimore, 1862.”

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Introduction - Kate Walker - 9 minutes 1820-1836 - Mark Harris - 5:15 minutes the 1860s - Barbara Coeyman - 5:15 minutes 1890-1910 - Nichole Kirk - 5:30 minutes 1870-1879 - Maria McCabe (presented by Kate Walker) - 2:30 1940-1950 - Dan McKanan - 6:15 minutes
3-4. Kate Walker chaired this session where a number of individuals presented a decade by decade review of Berry Street Essay topics. Some are available on audio from the following list:
3-5. Kate Walker Berry Street Essay presentation chair.
3-6. Berry Street Essay presenters.
3-7. Dining room at the Maritime Conference Center
3-8. Stairs back to the main floor as you leave the dining room.
3-8. Buffet in the dining room at the Maritime Conference Center
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