J. H. Tenney

J. H. Tenney
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Short Name: J. H. Tenney
Full Name: Tenney, J. H. (John Harrison), 1840-1918
Birth Year: 1840
Death Year: 1918

John Harrison Tenney, 1840-1918

Born: No­vem­ber 22, 1840, Row­ley, Mass­a­chu­setts.

Born just af­ter the pre­si­den­tial cam­paign of "Tip­pe­ca­noe and Ty­ler, too," Ten­ney was named af­ter Amer­i­can pre­si­dent Will­iam Hen­ry Har­ri­son. A dea­con in the Con­gre­ga­tion­al Church in Line­brook, Mass­a­chu­setts, he ed­it­ed or was as­so­ci­ate ed­it­or of over 30 books, and con­trib­ut­ed to hun­dreds more. His works in­clude:
Amer­i­can Male Choir
Temperance Jew­els, with Eli­sha Hoff­man (Bos­ton, Mass­a­chu­setts: Ol­iv­er Dit­son & Com­pa­ny, 1879)
Bells of Vic­to­ry, with Eli­sha Hoff­man (Bos­ton, Mass­a­chu­setts: Oliv­er Dit­son & Com­pa­ny, 1888)
Gems of Gos­pel Song
Golden Sun­beams
Sharon’s Dewy Rose
Songs of Faith
Shining Light
Songs of Joy
Sparkling and Bright
Spiritual Songs, Nos. 1 and 2
Sweet Fields of Eden
The Bea­con Light
The Sing­ing School Ban­ner
The An­them Of­fer­ing
The Amer­i­can An­them Book
The Crown of Praise

Sources--
Hall, pp. 219-22

Music--
Asilomar
Bogotá
Beyond the Swell­ing Flood
Cancún
Come to Je­sus
Ever Will I Pray
Hallowed Hour of Pray­er
Jesus Is Pass­ing This Way
Jubilate!
My An­chor Is Hold­ing
Nothing Be­tween
Onward Christ­ian Sol­diers
Sabbath Bell
San Fran­cis­co
We’ll Ne­ver Say Good­bye
Where Will You Spend Eter­ni­ty?

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