DICKINSON, CHARLES HENRY, 1857-1938

Biography:

Congregational minister. Born– December 21, 1857, West Springfield, Mass. Parents– Henry Kirke White and Angeline (Dunham) Dickinson. Married– Mary Lord Thorn, January 20, 1886. Children– Two. Education– Amherst College, B.A., 1881; Yale Divinity School, B.D., 1884; graduate work at Yale, 1884-1889; an honorary D.D., 1903. Organized a Congregational ministry in 1885 and served as pastor, Wallingford, Conn., until 1893; Canadaigua, N.Y. until 1901; Fargo, N.D. until 1905; Middlebury, Vt. until 1911; Boston until 1913. In charge of religious and extension work in Calhoun, Ala., 1913-1924 and 1932-1935. Member of the Board of Commissioners of Foreign Missions.

Source:

Who Was Who in America, Vol. 1.

Publication(s):

The Christian Reconstruction of Modern Life. New York; Macmillan, 1913.

The Religion of the Social Passion. Chicago; Christian Century, 1923.

The Social Aims of Jesus. New York; R. R. Smith, 1930.