1827, Al­len­town, Penn­syl­van­ia.

1894, Phil­a­del­phia, Penn­syl­van­ia.

Long be­gan his col­lege ca­reer in 1843 at La­fay­ette Col­lege, Eas­ton, Penn­syl­van­ia, then en­tered the jun­ior class of Mar­shall Col­lege in 1847, grad­u­at­ing in 1848.

He al­so grad­u­at­ed from the The­o­lo­gic­al Se­mi­na­ry at Mer­cers­burg. He re­ceived the de­gree of A. M. in 1851 from his al­ma ma­ter.

He served in both the Pres­by­ter­ian and Re­formed de­no­mi­nations. He was the agent for the Am­er­i­can Tract So­ci­e­ty (1852–58), and su­per­in­ten­dent of the Un­ion Ta­ber­na­cle in Phil­a­del­phia (1858.)

His works include:

  1. Draw Me, Sav­ior, Near­er