Nebraska Authors

William Axling

Born 1873-08-09 Omaha, NE (USA)

Died 1963-02-24
Los Angeles, CA (USA)

Buried
Gothenburg, NE (USA)
Gothenburg Cemetery

Places Lived

Omaha, NE
Gothenburg, NE
Lincoln, NE
Rochester, NY
Los Angeles, CA

Author Of

  • Nonfiction

Keywords

Japan; Japanese-American relations; Missionaries in Japan; Christianity

Education

Bachelor of Arts, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE
Doctorate of Divinity, Rochester Theological Seminary, Rochester, NY

Occupation

Missionary
Social Welfare Worker
Lecturer on Japanese and American Relations
Author

Places Worked

Founder and Superintendent, Tokoyo Misaki Tabernacle
Chairman of the Board of Trustees for the Japanese Language School and Institute of Japanese Studies

Bibliography

On the Trail of the Truth About Japan. 1922.
Japan on the Upward Trail. 1923.
Japan Wonders Why? 1924.
Kagawa. 1932.
Christ and Japan. 1934.
Japan at the Midcentury; Leaves from Life. 1955.

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