With my deepest feeling

With my deepest feeling

Author: C. W. Boettiger; Author: E. Gustav Johnson
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Author: C. W. Boettiger

Carl Wilhelm Böt­tig­er was born on May 15, 1807 in Vasteras, Sweden. Carl re­ceived his Mas­ter of Arts de­gree in in Upssala in 1833. He be­came as­so­ci­ate pro­fess­or of prac­ti­cal phil­o­so­phy. He tra­veled in Ger­ma­ny, Aus­tria, It­a­ly and Franceand when he returned he lec­tured in Ger­man and Ital­ian li­ter­a­ture. Carl later be­came a pro­fess­or in lin­guis­tics and mo­dern li­ter­a­ture, but had to quit in 1867 because of eye prob­lems. He was long a not­ed writ­er of pa­tri­o­tic verse, but his great­est con­tri­bu­tion was as a teach­er and lit­er­ary schol­ar. He died on December 22, 1878 in Uppsala, Sweden. NN, Hymnary. Source: http://www.hymntime.com/tch/bio/b/o/t… Go to person page >

Author: E. Gustav Johnson

Born: May 21, 1893, Väse Vämland, Sweden. Died: November 13, 1974, Miami, Florida. Johnson’s family emigrated to America when he was 10 years old, settling in Hartford, Connecticut. He learned the craft of a printer, but at age 30 took up studies at North Park, Chicago, Illinois, where he earned degrees at the academy, college, and seminary. He went on to graduate from the University of Chicago and Duke University. He started teaching English and Swedish at North Park in 1931, staying there three decades. He also found time to edit the Swedish Pioneer Historical Quarterly. His works include: The Swedish Element in America, 1933 (co-editor) Translation of C. J. Nyvall’s Travel Memories from America, 1876 Translatio… Go to person page >

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First Line: With my deepest feeling
Author: C. W. Boettiger
Author: E. Gustav Johnson

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