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E. Norman Gunnison

Short Name: E. Norman Gunnison
Full Name: Gunnison, E. (Elisha) Norman, 1837-1880
Birth Year: 1837
Death Year: 1880

Born: May 15, 1837, Charlestown, Massachusetts.

Gunnison’s poems appeared in Scribner’s Magazine, The Christian at Work, & the Daily Southern Cross. His works include:
Our Stars for the Army of the Potomac (Ringwalt & Brown, 1863)
One Summer’s Dream: An Idyll of the Vineyard and Other Poems (York, Pennsylvania: Hiram Young, 1875)
Toni and Moidl: A Tale of the Border Tyrol Between Austria and Bavaria (San Francisco, California: A. J. Leary, 1884)
Windsheim Bells and Other Poems (San Francisco, California: 1884)
The Miracle of St. Kümmerniss (San Francisco, California: Commercial Publishing Company, 1887)


Texts by E. Norman Gunnison (5)sort descendingAsInstances
Father, where'er my feetE. Norman Gunnison (Author)2
O house of many mansionsE. Norman Gunnison (Author)13
Ring the joybells, Christ is risenE. N. Gunnison (Author)10
Tenderly the sunlight lingersE. Norman Gunnison (Author)2
What are the joys of earth to oneE. Norman Gunnison (Author)4
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