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English: Joseph Hardy Neesima (February 12, 1843 – January 23, 1890), whose Japanese name was Niijima Jō (新島 襄), was a Japanese educator and Christian missionary during the Meiji era, a retainer of the Itakura clan of Yasunaka, and the founder of Doshisha University.
日本語: 新島 襄(にいじま じょう、天保14年1月14日(1843年2月12日) – 明治23年(1890年)1月23日)は明治時代の日本の教育者、キリスト教宣教師。旧安中藩士。同志社大学創設者。別名新島 七五三太(にいじま しめた)。


Joseph Hardy Neesima 
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Name in native language新島襄
Date of birth12 February 1843
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Date of death23 January 1890
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  • Niijima Tamiji
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  • Niijima Tomi
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