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Fight for prohibition, gird our armor on

Fight for prohibition, gird our armor on

Author: J. A. Ogsbury
Published in 6 hymnals

Author: J. A. Ogsbury

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Text Information

First Line: Fight for prohibition, gird our armor on
Author: J. A. Ogsbury
Refrain First Line: Glory, glory, let the people sing

Timeline

Instances

Instances (1 - 6 of 6)

A Collection of Gospel, Temperance, and Prohibition Songs, What's the News #d10

Band of Hope Songs #d12

Prohibition Chimes for Temperance, Prohibition and All Reform Meetings #d11

Silver Star Song Echo, containing Temperance, Nursery, Kindergarten and Minstrel Songs #d18

Temperance Songs, for Congregational Singing in Temperance Gatherings of All Varieties #d18

Trumpet Notes for the Temperance Battlefield #d35

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