Christian Cyclopedia

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Smith, Samuel Francis

(1808–95). Bap. cleric and poet; b. Boston, Massachusetts; educ. Harvard coll., Cambridge, Massachusetts, and Andover (Massachusetts) Theol. Sem. Pastor Waterville, Maine, 1834–42; Newton, Massachusetts, 1842–54. Prof. modern languages Waterville Coll. 1834–42. Active in Christian journalism. Author of “My Country, Tis of Thee.” Hymns include “The Morning Light Is Breaking”; “Founded on Thee, Our Only Lord.”

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