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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 47. Chapters: Dwight L. Moody, Fanny Crosby, Haldor Lillenas, E. O. Excell, Oscar C. Eliason, Charles Davis Tillman, Dwight L. Armstrong, Mary C. Seward, Manie Payne Ferguson, Josh Drake, Washington Gladden, Philip Bliss, William J. Kirkpat Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 47. Chapters: Dwight L. Moody, Fanny Crosby, Haldor Lillenas, E. O. Excell, Oscar C. Eliason, Charles Davis Tillman, Dwight L. Armstrong, Mary C. Seward, Manie Payne Ferguson, Josh Drake, Washington Gladden, Philip Bliss, William J. Kirkpatrick, Adoniram Judson Gordon, Cecilia Clare Bocard, Haldor Johan Hanson, Theodore Frelinghuysen Seward, Charles Beecher, Lorenzo Lyons, Kristian Ostergaard, George Washington Bethune, Robert Sterling Arnold, Stephen P. Hill, Regina Fryxell, Albert Arnold Bennett, John Henry Hopkins, Jr., Richard Leach, James McGranahan, Henry Alline, Francis Bland Tucker, Ida Lilliard Reed, Emily Huntington Miller, Oliver Holden, Phoebe Knapp, Carl P. Daw Jr., John Greenleaf Adams, George Duffield, Jr., Harrison Millard, Theodore Chickering Williams, Lucy Evelina Metcalf Akerman. Excerpt: Frances Jane Crosby (March 24, 1820 - February 12, 1915), usually known as Fanny Crosby in the United States and by her married name, Frances van Alstyne, in the United Kingdom, was an American Methodist rescue mission worker, poet, lyricist, and composer. During her lifetime, she was well-known throughout the United States. By the end of the 19th century, she was "a household name in evangelical Protestant circles" globally, and "one of the most prominent figures in American evangelical life." Best known for her Protestant Christian hymns and gospel songs, Crosby was "the premier hymnist of the gospel song period (ca. 1870-1920)," and one of the most prolific hymnists in history, writing over 8,000 despite being blind since infancy, with over 100 million copies of her songs printed. Crosby was inducted into the Gospel Music Hall of Fame in 1975. Known as the "Queen of Gospel Song Writers," and as the "Mother of modern congregational singing in America," with "dozens of her hymns continue to find a place in the hymnals of Prot...


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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 47. Chapters: Dwight L. Moody, Fanny Crosby, Haldor Lillenas, E. O. Excell, Oscar C. Eliason, Charles Davis Tillman, Dwight L. Armstrong, Mary C. Seward, Manie Payne Ferguson, Josh Drake, Washington Gladden, Philip Bliss, William J. Kirkpat Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 47. Chapters: Dwight L. Moody, Fanny Crosby, Haldor Lillenas, E. O. Excell, Oscar C. Eliason, Charles Davis Tillman, Dwight L. Armstrong, Mary C. Seward, Manie Payne Ferguson, Josh Drake, Washington Gladden, Philip Bliss, William J. Kirkpatrick, Adoniram Judson Gordon, Cecilia Clare Bocard, Haldor Johan Hanson, Theodore Frelinghuysen Seward, Charles Beecher, Lorenzo Lyons, Kristian Ostergaard, George Washington Bethune, Robert Sterling Arnold, Stephen P. Hill, Regina Fryxell, Albert Arnold Bennett, John Henry Hopkins, Jr., Richard Leach, James McGranahan, Henry Alline, Francis Bland Tucker, Ida Lilliard Reed, Emily Huntington Miller, Oliver Holden, Phoebe Knapp, Carl P. Daw Jr., John Greenleaf Adams, George Duffield, Jr., Harrison Millard, Theodore Chickering Williams, Lucy Evelina Metcalf Akerman. Excerpt: Frances Jane Crosby (March 24, 1820 - February 12, 1915), usually known as Fanny Crosby in the United States and by her married name, Frances van Alstyne, in the United Kingdom, was an American Methodist rescue mission worker, poet, lyricist, and composer. During her lifetime, she was well-known throughout the United States. By the end of the 19th century, she was "a household name in evangelical Protestant circles" globally, and "one of the most prominent figures in American evangelical life." Best known for her Protestant Christian hymns and gospel songs, Crosby was "the premier hymnist of the gospel song period (ca. 1870-1920)," and one of the most prolific hymnists in history, writing over 8,000 despite being blind since infancy, with over 100 million copies of her songs printed. Crosby was inducted into the Gospel Music Hall of Fame in 1975. Known as the "Queen of Gospel Song Writers," and as the "Mother of modern congregational singing in America," with "dozens of her hymns continue to find a place in the hymnals of Prot...

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