Arthur Henry Ewing

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Arthur Henry Ewing (1864–1912) was a prominent Presbyterian missionary and academic.

He graduated from Washington & Jefferson College in 1887.[1] 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.[1] He was the brother of James Caruthers Rhea Ewing, who was also a Presbyterian missionary in India.

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  1. ^ a b Shavit, David (1990). The United States in Asia. Greenwood Publishing Group. p. 155. ISBN 978-0-313-26788-8.