Nils Fredrik Höijer (1857 – 20 November 1925) was a Swedish missionary to Central Asia. In 1892 he accompanied Johannes Avetaranian to Kashgar. He did not however, stay in Kashgar. In 1903 he founded Swedish Slavic Mission (today known as Ljus i Öster Light for the Peoples), a missionary organization that today has missionaries in works in the CIS, Eastern Europe, Turkey, Mongolia and China.

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  • Nils Fredrik Höijer (1857 – 20 November 1925) was a Swedish missionary to Central Asia. In 1892 he accompanied Johannes Avetaranian to Kashgar. He did not however, stay in Kashgar. In 1903 he founded Swedish Slavic Mission (today known as Ljus i Öster Light for the Peoples), a missionary organization that today has missionaries in works in the CIS, Eastern Europe, Turkey, Mongolia and China. (en)
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  • Nils Fredrik Höijer (1857 – 20 November 1925) was a Swedish missionary to Central Asia. In 1892 he accompanied Johannes Avetaranian to Kashgar. He did not however, stay in Kashgar. In 1903 he founded Swedish Slavic Mission (today known as Ljus i Öster Light for the Peoples), a missionary organization that today has missionaries in works in the CIS, Eastern Europe, Turkey, Mongolia and China. (en)
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