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Spirit voices

When the day god, worn and wary

Author: Hudson Tuttle
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: Hudson Tuttle

Fruit farmer and horse breeder from Berlin Heights, OH. He was also a spiritualist and a writer. Although he had very little formal schooling, his writings, which he claimed were given to him by the spirits, were quoted by Charles Darwin and Ludwig Buchner. He was married to Emma Rood Hudson Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: When the day god, worn and wary
Title: Spirit voices
Author: Hudson Tuttle