Fanny J. Crosby: An Autobiography Hardback
The life of the beloved hymn writer, told in her own words
by Fanny J Crosby;
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Fanny J. Crosby: An Autobiography
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To this day the vast majority of American hymnals contain her work. Some of her best known songs include “Blessed Assurance,” “Jesus Is Tenderly Calling You Home,” “Praise Him, Praise Him,” and “To God Be the Glory.” Since some publishers were hesitant to have so many hymns by one person in their hymnals, Crosby used nearly 100 different pseudonyms during her career.
Fanny Crosby entered what was then known as the New York Institution for the Blind at the age of fifteen and afterward taught English and history (1847–58).
As a pupil and as a teacher, Fanny spent 35 years at the school. She was often asked to entertain visitors with her poems, and she frequently met with presidents, generals and other dignitaries. She was asked to play at President Grant’s funeral. Her first book of poems, published in 1844, was called The Blind Girl and Other Poems.
After leaving the school, she dedicated her life to serving the poorest and the neediest. Supporting herself by her writing, she quickly gained fame for her hymns. Her usual fee was a mere two dollars which frequently went to her work with the poor. Her mission work is legendary as is her devotion to serving others above herself.
Long unavailable, this is the story (originally published in 1906 as Memories of Eighty Years) of a remarkable life, told by Miss Crosby herself.
Fanny J. Crosby: An Autobiography by Fanny J Crosby was published by Hendrickson in June 2008 and is our 15158th best seller. The ISBN for Fanny J. Crosby: An Autobiography is 9781598562811.
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|Page last updated||2nd February 2016|
|Author / Artist||Fanny J Crosby|
|Publisher||Hendrickson (June 2008)|
|Number of Pages||259|