Bangor Theological Seminary - Notable Alumni

Notable Alumni

  • Elias Bond (1813–1896), Missionary to Hawaii
  • Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain, Governor, Civil War general
  • David H. Cyr, Deputy Chief of Chaplains of the U.S. Air Force
  • Daniel Dole (1808–1878), Missionary to Hawaii, and founder of Punahou School
  • Edward Eaton, President of Beloit College
  • Samuel C. Fessenden, U.S. Congressman
  • Cyrus Hamlin, Founder of Robert College (Istanbul)
  • Daniel Collamore Heath, Publisher
  • Charles Henry Howard, Civil War general and editor
  • John Davis Paris (1809–1892), Missionary to Hawaii
  • Arthur B. Patten, Minister and hymn-writer
  • Edward Pond Parker, Minister, and confidante of Mark Twain
  • Minot Judson Savage, Minister, author, and spiritualist
  • Elkanah Walker, Missionary and early settler in Oregon
  • David Atwood Wasson, Minister and transcendentalist

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