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Missionary

Sidney Lewis Gulick, Marshallese missionary.

Background

Gulick, Sidney Lewis was born on April 10, 1860 in Ebon, Marshall Islands. Son of Luther Halsey and Louisa (Lewis) Gulick.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Dartmouth, 1883, A.M., 1886. Doctor of Divinity, 1903. Graduate Union Theological Seminary, 1886.

Doctor of Divinity, Yale, 1914, Oberlin, 1914.

Career

Ordained Congleton ministry, December 1886. Stated supply Willoughby Avenue Mission, Brooklyn, 1886-1887. Missionary American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions in Japan, 1887-1913.

Professor theology, Doshisha, Kyoto, 1906-1913. Lecturer Imperial U., Kyoto, 1907-1913. Secretary department of international justice and good will Federal Council Churches of Christ in America, 1914-1934.

Secretary American Branch of World Alliance for Promotion of International Friendship through the Churches, 1916-1919. Secretary National Committee for Constructive Immigration Legislation, 1919-1934. Secretary National Committee on American Japanese Relations, 1921-1934.

Secretary Committee on World Friendship Among Children, 1926-1934. Retired. Author: The Growth of the Kingdom of God, 1896. Evolution of the Japanese, Social and Psychic, 1903.

The White Peril in the Far East, 1905. A Sketch of the History of German Theology (in Japanese), 1909. Evolution (cosmic, terrestrial and biological, also in Japanese), 1910.

Evolution of the Human Race (in Japanese), 1913. The American-Japanese Problem, 1914. General Cyclopedia, with Classification of Human Knowledge (in Japanese), 1914.

The Fight for Peace, 1915. Working Women of Japan, 1915. America and the Orient, 1916.

Anti-Japanese War-Scare Stories, 1917. American Democracy and Asiatic Citizenship, 1918. The Korean Situation, 1919.

The Korean Situation Northern 2, 1920. Problems of the Pacific and the Far East, 1921. Should Congress Enact Special Laws Affecting Japanese?, 1922.

The Christian Crusade for a Warless World, 1922. The Winning of the Far East, 1923. Making the Peace Pact Effective, 1929.

Dolls of Friendship, 1929. Churches and the World Disarmament Conference, 1931. Toward Understanding Japan, 1935.

Mixing the Races in Hawaii, 1937. Home: 2451 E. Manoa Road, Honolulu, T.H.

Works

  • Other Work

    • The Growth of the Kingdom of God, 1896. Evolution of the Japanese, Social and Psychic, 1903. The White Peril in the Far East, 1905.A Sketch of the History of German Theology (in Japanese), 1909. Evolution (cosmic, terrestrial and biological, also in Japanese), 1910. Evolution of the Human Race (in Japanese), 1913.The American-Japanese Problem, 1914. General Cyclopedia, with Classification of Human Knowledge (in Japanese), 1914. The Fight for Peace, 1915.Working Women of Japan, 1915. America and the Orient, 1916. Anti-Japanese War-Scare Stories, 1917.American Democracy and Asiatic Citizenship, 1918. The Korean Situation, 1919. The Korean Situation Northern 2, 1920.Problems of the Pacific and the Far East, 1921. Should Congress Enact Special Laws Affecting Japanese?, 1922. The Christian Crusade for a Warless World, 1922.The Winning of the Far East, 1923. Making the Peace Pact Effective, 1929. Dolls of Friendship, 1929.Churches and the World Disarmament Conference, 1931. Toward Understanding Japan, 1935. Mixing the Races in Hawaii, 1937.

Connections

Married Cara May Fisher, September 14, 1887. Children: Susan Fisher, Luther Halsey, Leeds, Ethel, Sidney Lewis.

father:
Luther Halsey Gulick

mother:
Louisa (Lewis) Gulick

spouse:
Cara May Fisher

child:
Sidney Lewis Gulick

child:
Luther Halsey Gulick

child:
Leeds Gulick

child:
Ethel Gulick

child:
Susan Fisher Gulick