High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Anton Marius Andersen
(March 8, 1847 - October 23, 1941) was an American Lutheran
minister and the founding President of Trinity Seminary at Dana
College. A. M. Andersen was born in Denmark, the son of Anders
Jorgensen. He was one of seven children of a pious farm couple.
After fulfilling his required military service, he decided to
become a pastor, a decision his father opposed so strongly that he
disinherited his son. Andersen entered a folk high school in
Denmark and took lessons from his home pastor. He arrived in
Wisconsin in the spring of 1872 and that fall went to Minneapolis
to attend Augsburg College & Theological Seminary, which at
that time was supported by Norwegian and Danish Lutheran
congregations in this country.
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