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A hospital commemorates Carl Strehlow, a Lutheran missionary.
Carl Friedrich Strehlow (23 December 1871 – 20 October 1922) was a German Lutheran missionary in outback Australia who headed the Finke River Mission in Hermannsburg, Northern Territory from 1894-1922. He learnt and documented the languages of the Arrernte and Luritja people, and published together with Moritz von Leonhardi a seven-volume work on their culture. His son, Ted Strehlow, continued this work.
|Address:||42 Raberaba Circuit, Hermannsburg, 0872|
|GPS Coordinates:||Lat: -23.943881|
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
|Actual Monument Dedication Date:||Sunday 31st July, 1960|
Carl Strehlow Memorial Clinic