Aiken, Charles Augustus

Aiken, Charles Augustus a Presbyterian minister and educator, was born at Manchester, Vermont, October 30, 1827. After graduating from Dartmouth College in 1846, and Andover Theological Seminary in 1853, having spent some time in Germany studying, he was pastor of the Congregational Church at Yarmouth, Maine, 1854-59; professor of Latin in Dartmouth College, 1859-66; in Princeton, 1866-69; president of Union College, 1869-71; professor of ethics and apologetics in Princeton Theological Seminary, 1871-82; professor of Oriental and Old-Testament literature at the same place, from 1882 until his death, February 14, 1892. He translated Zockler's Commentary on Proverbs (in Schaff's ed. of Lange), and has contributed to various periodicals. He was one of the American revisers of the Old Testament.

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