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Níveas ropas

Author: Eliza Edmunds Stites Hewitt, 1851-1920

Pseudonym: Li­die H. Ed­munds. Eliza Edmunds Hewitt was born in Philadelphia 28 June 1851. She was educated in the public schools and after graduation from high school became a teacher. However, she developed a spinal malady which cut short her career and made her a shut-in for many years. During her convalescence, she studied English literature. She felt a need to be useful to her church and began writing poems for the primary department. she went on to teach Sunday school, take an active part in the Philadelphia Elementary Union and become Superintendent of the primary department of Calvin Presbyterian Church. Dianne Shapiro, from "The Singers and Their Songs: sketches of living gospel hymn writers" by Charles Hutchinson Gabriel (… Go to person page >

Translator: Pedro Grado Valdéz, 1862-1923

(no biographical information available about Pedro Grado Valdéz, 1862-1923.) Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Níveas ropas sin igual
Title: Níveas ropas
English Title: We shall walk with him in white
Author: Eliza Edmunds Stites Hewitt, 1851-1920
Translator: Pedro Grado Valdéz, 1862-1923
Language: Spanish
Refrain First Line: Nívea será, nívea será
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