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There was a noble ark

There was a noble ark

Author: L. H. Sigourney
Published in 13 hymnals

Author: L. H. Sigourney

Sigourney, Lydia, née Huntley. This distinguished name stood at the head of the female poets of America a generation ago, and is still well remembered. Born in Norwich, Connecticut, in 1791, she conducted a school in the same town from 1809 to 1814, when she removed to Hartford, where she was married to Charles Sigourney in 1819. Most of her subsequent life was spent at Hartford, and she died there, June 10, 1865. Her first publication was Moral Pieces in Prose and Verse, 1815. This was followed by 58 additional works. A thorough exploration of these, or of such of them are poetical, would be necessary to trace her hymns with accuracy. They, however, are more numerous than important. Many have been used in the older collections; some are… Go to person page >

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First Line: There was a noble ark
Author: L. H. Sigourney
Copyright: Public Domain

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Instances (1 - 13 of 13)

Children's Praise #d142

Choral Song #d228

Hymns for the Household and Sabbath School #d26

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Juvenile Songs #103

Mother's Nursery Songs. New ed. #d65

Sabbath School Gems #d122

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Sabbath School Gems of Music and Poetry #127a

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Selah #40b

Songs for the Little Ones at Home #d208

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The Child's Hymn Book #200

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The Infant-School Hymn-Book #97

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The Mother's Nursery Songs #42

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