Joseph Caldwell

(1855-1923). Physician, missionary. A graduate of the University of Iowa with a Ph.D. degree, and later (1880) with an M.D. degree, he taught at Healdsburg College (1887-1891). After a brief stay in Tennessee, he served at the sanitarium at Claremont, South Africa (1892-1894). Appointed to mission service in the Cook Islands, he sailed on the third voyage of the Pitcairn in 1894, and worked for eight years on Rarotonga. Returning to the United States, he worked for eight years in the South, including terms at Graysville Sanitarium (1903-1904); Nashville Treatment Rooms (1904-1905); Knoxville, Tennessee (1905-1906); Florida Sanitarium; and Huntsville, Alabama (1906-1911).

From the Seventh-day Adventist Encyclopedia. Published with permission from the Review and Herald Publishing Association.

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