|Short Name:||Abraham Maxim|
|Full Name:||Maxim, Abraham, 1773-1829|
Abraham Maxim was from Plymouth County, Massachusetts. He settled in the 1790's in Turner, Maine where he taught singing schools and converted to Universalism. Maxim’s works include: The Oriental Harmony, 1802, The Northern Harmony, 1805, and The Gospel Hymn Book, 1818.
Dianne Shapiro from introductory essay by Stephen Marini in "The Norumbega Harmony," The University of Mississippi Press, 2004
|Tunes by Abraham Maxim (10)||As||Instances|
|HATFIELD (Maxim)||Maxim (Composer)||2|
|NEW DURHAM||Maxim (Composer)||2|
|TURNER||Abraham Maxim (Composer)||5|