Samuel “Sam” Higginbottom is an English-born Christian missionary in Allahabad, India, where he founded the Allahabad Agricultural Institute to improve the economic status of the rural population. In 1942, it became the first institute in India to offer a degree in Agricultural Engineering. He and his wife, Jane, developed the Naini Leper Asylum in Allahabad as a model colony. He was also President of the Allahabad Christian College for many years. He was the author of Gospel and the Plow (1921), What Does Jesus Expect of the Church (1941) and Sam Higginbottom, farmer: an Autobiography (1949).
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