(September 8, 1853May 8, 1921). Miss. to African-Americans. B. Norw.; d. Milwaukee; educ. Luther Coll., Decorah, Iowa, and Conc. Sem., St. Louis; grad. 1880; ordained November 7, 1880; pastor Sailors' Home, New Orleans, 1880; Concord, North Carolina, 1891; est. Immanuel Luth. Coll., Greensboro, North Carolina, 1903; prof. 190311; helped organize Immanuel Luth. Conf. 1900; field secy. for colored miss. of Ev. Luth. Syn. Conf. 1911. In Cincinnati 191113; St. Louis 191316; Oak Hill, Alabama, 191620; Milwaukee 192021.
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