Arthur Henry Ewing
Arthur Henry Ewing (1864–1912) was a prominent Presbyterian missionary and academic.
He graduated from Washington & Jefferson College in 1887. In his missionary duties, he served as a principal of a Boys' Boarding School in India and served as Principal of Allahabad Christian College from 1901–1912, which was later renamed Ewing Christian College in his honor. He was the brother of James Caruthers Rhea Ewing, who was also a Presbyterian missionary in India.
- Ewing, Arthur Henry (1901). The Hindu Conception of the Functions of Breath: A Study in Early Hindu Psycho-physics. Johns Hopkins University. p. 60.
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