Young Men's Christian Association

Young Men's Christian Association, an association founded in London in 1844, for the benefit of young men connected with various dry-goods houses in the city, and which extended itself over the other particularly large cities throughout the country, so that now it is located in 1249 centres, and numbers in London alone some 14,000 members; its object is the welfare of young men at once spiritually, morally, socially, and physically.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Young, Thomas * Young People's Society of Christian Endeavour
Yorktown
Yosemite Valley
Youghal
Young, Arthur
Young, Brigham
Young, Charles Mayne
Young, Edward
Young, James
Young, Robert
Young, Thomas
Young Men's Christian Association
Young People's Society of Christian Endeavour
Youngstown
Ypres
Yriarte, Charles
Yriarte, Thomas de
Ystad
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Yttrium
Yucatan
Yuga