Nelson Kauble

(1857-1927). Educator, editor, administrator. He began to teach school at the age of 19, and while teaching studied to prepare himself for ministry in the United Brethren Church. His studies led him to the conviction that the seventh day of the week was the true Sabbath. Joining the Seventh-day Adventist Church, he began preaching in Indiana in 1885. About 1890 he went to South Dakota in ministerial and religious liberty work. Afterward he was president of the Colorado Conference (1894-1896), of Union College (1897-1898), and of the Illinois Conference (1899-1901); helped to found Fox River Academy and for a while served as principal of it (1901-1904); was president of Emmanuel Missionary College (1904-1908); edited the Advocate of Christian Education (1904-1905); was principal of Strode I...

From the Seventh-day Adventist Encyclopedia. Published with permission from the Review and Herald Publishing Association.

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