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Her merry voice is strangely hushed

Her merry voice is strangely hushed

Author: Susan H. Wixon
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: Susan H. Wixon

Susan Helen Wixon, 1847-1912; lived primarily in Fall River, MA; wrote on liberal causes including feminism; editor of Truth Seeker; wrote Apples of gold, Sunday observance, All in a lifetime, Story hour and Summer days at Onset. LOC Name Authority File Go to person page >

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Author: Susan H. Wixon

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