Atwood, I(saac) M(organ) 1838-1917
ATWOOD, I(saac) M(organ) 1838-1917
Born March 24, 1838, in Pembroke, NY; died October 26, 1917, in Canton, NY; children: John Murray.
Leader of Universalist congregations in New York and Massachusetts, beginning 1860s; Boston Universalist, Boston, MA, editor, 1867-c. 1872; New York Christian Leader, New York, NY, editor, 1873-74; Universalist Leader, associate editor, 1874-80; St. Lawrence University, Canton, NY, president of Canton Theological School, 1879-98; Universalist Church in America, general superintendent and educator, 1898-c. 1907; Universalist General Convention, secretary, c. 1907-12; St. Lawrence University, Canton, NY, professor of theology and philosophy, beginning 1912. Pastor of Universalist church, Canton, NY, beginning 1912. Apprenticed to a farmer at age eleven; worked as a teacher in Corfu, NY.
Have We Outgrown Christianity?, [Boston, MA], 1871.
Latest Word on Universalism, Universalist Publishing House (Boston, MA), 1878.
Walks about Zion, Universalist Publishing House (Boston, MA), 1882.
Revelation, Universalist Publishing House (Boston, MA), 1889.
The Balance-Sheet of Biblical Criticism, 1895.
(Editor) Record and Tribute: A Testimonial to Almon Gunnison, D.D., LL.D., President of St. Lawrence University, Plaindealer Press (Canton, NY), 1914.*