Emma F. R. Campbell

Short Name: Emma F. R. Campbell
Full Name: Campbell, Emma F. R., 1830-1919
Birth Year: 1830
Death Year: 1919

Campbell, Emma F. R. (1830-1919). Her first name is sometimes given as "Etta." She was a school teacher in Morristown, New Jersey. She published a few novels and an anthology, The Hymn "Jesus of Nazareth passeth by" and Its History, and Other Verses (New York: M. E. Munson, 1909).

Leonard Ellinwood, DNAH Archives

Campbell, Etta, sometime a teacher in Morristown, New Jersey, is the author of:— 1. Come, ye children, sweetly sing. Jesus the Children's Friend. Appeared in E. P. Hammond's Praises of Jesus, 1864; his New Praises of Jesus, 1869; and in other collections, including several in Great Britain. 2. What means this eager, anxious throng. Jesus passes by. Written during a religious revival in Newark, U.S., 1863, and published in Song Victories. It is found in several collections, and was rendered exceedingly popular in Great Britain by Mr. Sankey in his Evangelical tour with Mr. Moody, 1874-6. --John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology (1907)

Texts by Emma F. R. Campbell (18)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
Ampihetsehin'inona izao ireo vahoakaEmma Cambell (Author)Malagasy2
Before the new year’s portalEmma F. R. Campbell (Author)English2
Come, ye children, sweetly sing Praises to your Savior KingEtta Campbell (Author)13
Gabbatha—in the judgment hallEmma F. R. Campbell (Author)English2
Hvad soeger Folkeskaren dogEtta Campbell (Author)1
Hvi hastar denna skaran, s'gEmma F. R. Campbell (Author)2
Jesus von Nazareth geht vorbeiEtta Campbell (Author)2
O happy day, blest day of graceEmma F. R. Campbell (Author)7
¿Qué significa ese rumor?Srita. Etta Campbell (Author)Spanish3
Quel est ce passant dites-moiEtta Campbell (Author)2
Take down the faded wreathsEmma F. R. Campbell (Author)English2
The land that holds our treasureEmma F. R. Campbell (Author)2
Was ist das Volk so eifrig dort?Emma Campbell (Author)German1
Was meint das Volksgetuemmel dortEtta Campbell (Author)3
Was soll das mächtige Gedränge?Etta Campbell (Author)German8
What means this eager, anxious throngEmma Campbell (Author)141
Why this doleful wail of sadnessEmma F. R. Campbell (Author)English2
Wie wälzt das Volk sich drängend dortEmma Campbell (Author)German1
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