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That dear land

There is a land so fair and sweet

Author: Elizabeth U. Emerson
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: Elizabeth U. Emerson

Born: October 30, 1860, Boston, Massachusetts. Elizabeth’s parents were Luther O. Emerson and Mary Jane Gove Emerson. She was named after her paternal aunt. In 1865, Elizabeth was living with her parents in Newton, Massachusetts; in 1900 with them in Hyde Park, Massachusetts; and 1910 she was still living with her father in Hyde Park. Emerson’s works include: Gems for Little Singers, with Gertrude Swayne & Luther O. Emerson (Boston, Massachusetts: Oliver Ditson Company, 1884) Praise in Song, with Luther O. Emerson (Boston, Massachusetts: Oliver Ditson Company, 1888) Stories in Song for Kindergarten, Home and School, with Kate L. Brown (Oliver Ditson Company, 1890) Lullaby: Trio for Ladies’ Voices (Boston, M… Go to person page >

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First Line: There is a land so fair and sweet
Title: That dear land
Author: Elizabeth U. Emerson
Refrain First Line: We shall wake

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Gospel Songs and Hymns No. 1 #62

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