Harris, Mark W. Historical Dictionary of Unitarian Universalism. Lanham, Md. : Scarecrow Press, 2004. (xxiv, 575 p.; 22 cm.) [Ref. BX9809.H37 2004]
This book provides an overview of Unitarian and Universalist history. While the emphasis is on North America, other parts of the world are included. Most of the entries are biographical (major leaders of the movements and famous persons), although there are also theological, historical, and geographical listings.
Wright, Conrad. American Unitarian and Universalist Historical Scholarship: A Bibliography of Items Published 1946-1995. (Journal of Unitarian Universalist History ; v. 28, pt. 1, 2001.) The Unitarian Universalist Historical Society, 2001. (144 p.; 24 cm.) [Ref. Z7845.U5 A43 2001]
Godbey, John Charles. A Bibliography of Unitarian Universalist History. N.p., 1982. Photocopy of typescript. (101 p.; 28 cm. Typescript.) [Ref. BX9831.G62]
This bibliography ... is intended as an aid to persons who are interested in the history of American Universalism and Unitarianism. The organization by topics will facilitate locating materials on a specific person or theme. Although the emphasis is on American history, the bibliography also contains a significant number of references to the history of English Unitarianism and Universalism and a few references related to Unitarianism in Transylvania and Poland.' (--Pref.) Includes a separate section on other bibliographies. Godbey was Professor of Church History at Meadville/Lombard Theological School, 1968-99.
Notable Universalist and Unitarian Women. Dorothy Boroush, ed. 7th ed. Malden, Mass.: Unitarian Universalist Women's Heritage Society, 2000. (86 p.; 28 cm.) [Ref. BX9811 .N68 2000]
Each entry contains also a short biography.