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...Nils Collin, rector of Gloria Dei Lutheran Church (Old Swedes) from 1786 until his death in 1831, is a little known, but important, American Enlightenment figure. Educated as a theologian, Collin spent his entire life exploring the natural...
...Johann Christoph Muhrbeck, a native Swede, was born in Lund in 1733. He received most of his education in Karlskrona, where his father was superintendent. After some years of teaching at the military school there, in 1760 he became adjunct...
...Thomas Thorild was born in Svarteborg/Bohuslän in Sweden on 18 April 1759 and died in Greifswald on 1 October 1801. After studying jurisprudence in Lund, he became a tutor in Stockholm in 1782, and in Uppsala Schelling, Friedrich Wilhelm...
...Carl Emil Seashore was born Carl Sjöstrand on 28 January 1866 in Mörlunda, Sweden. His name was changed to Seashore after he arrived with his family in Boone County, Iowa, in 1869. A talented musician, Seashore studied at Gustavus Adolphus...