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John Adam Granade was a Methodist circuit preacher in east Tennessee and Kentucky, poet and hymn-writer. His ''Pilgrim's Songster'', published in 1804, would be a large contribution to camp-meeting songs.  
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John Adam Granade was a Methodist circuit preacher in east Tennessee and Kentucky, poet and hymn-writer. His ''Pilgrim's Songster'', published in 1804, would be a large contribution to camp-meeting songs.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 08:17, 19 November 2020

Life

Born: 9 May 1763, Jones County, North Carolina

Died: 6 December 1807, Lexington, Kentucky

Biography

John Adam Granade was a Methodist circuit preacher in east Tennessee and Kentucky, poet and hymn-writer. His Pilgrim's Songster, published in 1804, would be a large contribution to camp-meeting songs.

There is no Wikipedia site yet.

Settings of text by John Granade

Publications

  • Granade, John A. 1804. The Pilgrim's Songster. Lexington, Kentucky: Daniel Bradford.

External links

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