America - the Hymn

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From [http://134.241.121.88/ipac20/ipac.jsp?session=1P398646457C8.21874&profile=man&source=~!horizon&view=subscriptionsummary&uri=full=3100001~!250331~!1&ri=1&aspect=subtab783&menu=search&ipp=20&spp=20&staffonly=&term=men+of+andover&index=.ET&uindex=&aspect=subtab783&menu=search&ri=1#focus ''Men of Andover''] by Claude Moore Fuess, page 45 - page 51(Andover Room R920 Fue)
From [http://134.241.121.88/ipac20/ipac.jsp?session=1P398646457C8.21874&profile=man&source=~!horizon&view=subscriptionsummary&uri=full=3100001~!250331~!1&ri=1&aspect=subtab783&menu=search&ipp=20&spp=20&staffonly=&term=men+of+andover&index=.ET&uindex=&aspect=subtab783&menu=search&ri=1#focus ''Men of Andover''] by Claude Moore Fuess, page 45 - page 51(Andover Room R920 Fue)
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[[America3:.jpg|thumb|left|America House at 147 Main Street...click to enlarge]]
--[[User:Eleanor|Eleanor]] 16:55, February 13, 2006 (EST)
--[[User:Eleanor|Eleanor]] 16:55, February 13, 2006 (EST)

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In 1832 Samuel Francis Smith wrote the words to America ("My Country Tis of Thee") in the house at 147 Main Street - now known as the "America House."

Samuel Francis Smith came to Andover in 1829 to attend Andover Theological Seminary.

From Men of Andover by Claude Moore Fuess, page 45 - page 51(Andover Room R920 Fue)

thumb|left|America House at 147 Main Street...click to enlarge

--Eleanor 16:55, February 13, 2006 (EST)

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