U. G. Morrow
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|U. G. Morrow|
Portrait of Koreshan professor Ulysses G. Morrow.
|Born||Ulysses Grant Morrow|
12 October 1864 
Freedom, Barren Co., Kentucky
|Died||11 September 1950 (85) |
New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana
|Burial||Cypress Grove Cemetery, New Orleans, La.|
Ulysses Grant Morrow (October 12, 1864 - September 11, 1950) was an American newspaper editor-publisher and printer, a sometime flat earther turned Koreshian concave earther, the latter belief being most notably expressed in his contributions to the Cellular Cosmogony (1898), co-authored with Koresh (Cyrus Teed) himself.
- Koresh; Morrow, U.G. (1905), The Cellular Cosmogony, or, The Earth A Concave Sphere: Part I, The Universology of Koreshanity (with Addendum: "Astronomy's False Foundation"); Part II, The New Geodesy, Estero, Florida: The Guiding Light Publishing House, https://archive.org/details/cellularcosmogo01morrgoog
- Simanek, Donald E. (2003), Turning the Universe Inside-Out: Ulysses Grant Morrow's Naples Experiment, lockhaven.edu/~dsimanek, https://www.lockhaven.edu/~dsimanek/hollow/morrow.htm