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This article includes a list of references, related reading or external links, but its sources remain unclear because it lacks inline citations. Please improve this article by introducing more precise citations where appropriate. (September 2010) Logan Herbert Roots (July 27, 1870 – September 23, 1945) was an American missionary to China. Roots was consecrated in Boston on November 14, 1904 as the second Bishop of Hankow. He succeeded James Addison Ingle. Roots was an associate of Frank N. D. Buchman and prominent leader of Moral Re-Armament. He was succeeded by Alfred A. Gilman. He attended Harvard College, 1891; Honorary D.D., University of the South, Harvard University. He was a member of Delta Upsilon fraternity. He died in 1945 on Mackinac Island, where he is buried. See also Christianity in China portal Anglicanism portal Christianity in China List of Delta Upsilon alumni References John McCook Roots, Warrior's Testament memorial volume (Los Angeles: Parker and Company, no date) External links John Rylands University biographical entry The Bishops of the American Church Mission in China (1908) v • d • e Protestant missions to China Background Christianity · Protestantism · Chinese history · Missions timeline · Christianity in China · Nestorians · Catholics · Jesuits · Protestants People Robert Morrison · Tommy Tam · Gladys Aylward · Pearl Buck · Jonathan Goforth · Karl Gützlaff · Eric Liddell · Robert S. Maclay · Lottie Moon · Gideon Nye · Timothy Richard · Cambridge Seven · Hudson Taylor · (more missionaries) Missionary agencies CIM · LMS · ABCFM · CMS · M.E.M · US Presbyterian Mission · (more agencies) Impact Chinese Bible · Medical missions in China · Manchurian revival · Chinese Colleges · Chinese Hymnody · Chinese Roman Type · Minnan Roman Type · Foochow Roman Type · Anti-Footbinding · Anti-Opium Pivotal events Taiping Rebellion · Opium Wars · Unequal treaty · Yangzhou riot · Tianjin Massacre · Kucheng Massacre · Boxer Crisis · Xinhai Revolution · Chinese Civil War · WWII · People's Republic Chinese protestants Feng Yuxiang · Liang Fa · Keuh Agong · Samuel Lamb · Sun Yat-sen · Wang Mingdao · Xi Shengmo · John Sung · Allen Yuan Persondata Name Roots, Logan Herbert Alternative names Short description Date of birth July 27, 1870 Place of birth Date of death September 23, 1945 Place of death This Anglicanism-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e