DWIGHT, HENRY OTIS: Congregationalist; b. at Constantinople June 3, 1843. He entered Ohio Wesleyan University, but left at the close of his freshman year to enlist in the United States army at the outbreak of the Civil War. He was promoted adjutant, and was aide-de-camp to Major-General M. F. Force, and after the close of the war was treasurer of the Northampton (Mass.) Street Railway Company 1866-67. He was then business agent at Constantinople for the mission of the American Board from 1867 to 1872, and was engaged in editing their Turkish publications from 1872 to 1899. In 1901 he returned to America, and devoted himself to general literary and editorial work. In 1904-05 he was secretary of the Bureau of Missions in New York City, and in Jan., 1905, was appointed assistant to the secretaries of the American Bible Society and recording secretary in Jan., 1907. He was Constantinople correspondent of the New York Tribune 1875-92, and edited the Report of the Ecumenical Conference on Foreign Missions (New York, 1900). He was editor-in-chief of the Encyclopedia of Missions (New York, 1904) and has written Turkish Life in War Time (New York, 1881); Treaty Rights of American Missionaries in Turkey (1893); Constantinople and its Problems (Chicago, 1901); and Blue Book of Missions (New York, 1905-09, a biennial).