China -- Description and travel
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
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Identifier: MSS 86
Abstract Sister Ingeborg Nystul was born in Norway in April 1880. She immigrated to the United States by herself, living first in New York and then in North Dakota. Nystul later attended the Bethesda Home and Deaconess Institute in St. Paul, Minnesota, becoming the first medically trained, consecrated deaconess in September 1906. Nystul was the first deaconess sent to China by the Augustana Synod and also the longest serving missionary with 42 years of service. The Sister Ingeborg Nystul papers,...
Dates: 1869-1972 and undated
Identifier: MSS 94
Abstract Jane Tiedge was a non-traditional student at Augustana College in the mid-1990s who became a staff member in the Office of International Programs. She was encouraged in her studies in history and religion by professor Ross Paulson. Tiedge's research as a student and later as an independent scholar focused primarily on Sister Ingeborg Nystul, a Lutheran missionary to China. The Jane Tiedge papers, 1994-1998 and undated, contains Tiedge's student essays, including those on Sister Ingeborg...
Dates: 1968-1998 and undated