Isaac Grout Bliss

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Isaac Grout Bliss (Springfield, Massachusetts, 1822–1889) was a missionary and agent of the American Bible Society (ABS) in the Near East. He made the first of the Bible translations into Kurdish. He was educated at Amherst College and at Andover.[1]

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  1. ^ Biographical dictionary of Christian missions p69 Gerald H. Anderson - 1999 -"Bliss, Isaac Grout (1822-1889). missionary and agent of the American Bible Society (ABS) in the Near East. Born in Springfield, Massachusetts, Bliss was educated at Amherst College (graduated 1844) and at Andover "