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Clark, Ephraim Weston, 1799-1878



  • Existence: 1799 - 1878


Ephraim Weston Clark (July 25, 1799 – July 15, 1878) is most remembered for his decades of work helping to translate the Bible into the Hawaiian language, and his subsequent work on the 1868 revision of the translation. He was the third Kahu (pastor) of Kawaiahaʻo Church in Honolulu, and served in that position 15 years. His early years as a missionary were spent on the Hawaiian island of Maui; while serving as Kahu of Kawaiahaʻo, he also spent several months with the Hawaiian Missionary Society in Micronesia. He graduated from Dartmouth College in 1824.

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Ephraim Weston Clark request for delay of payment

Identifier: Mss 824466.1
Mss 824466.1
Date(s): 1824-08-16

In English.

Thomas Gilman Fletcher petition

Identifier: Mss 824590.1
Mss 824590.1
Date(s): 1824-10

In English.

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