Arthur Bardwell Patten

PATTEN, Arthur Bardwell. b. Bowdoinham, Maine, 26 March 1864; d. Claremont, California, 10 May 1952. He was educated at Colby University, Waterville, Maine (now Colby College, to indicate its status as an old-established Liberal Arts College). He graduated AB in 1890, and went on to Bangor Theological Seminary (graduated 1893). He became a minister in the Congregational Church, serving pastorates at Everett, Massachusetts (1895-97), South Hadley, Mass. (1897-1905), Sant Rosa, California (1905-09), Sacramento, Calif. (1909-17), Forest Grove, Oregon (1917-19), Torrington, Connecticut (1919-29), and Madison, Conn. (1929-34). He was a poet, and the author of Can we find God? The new mysticism...

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