Elizabeth Prentiss - Links

Background and supplementary material

Prentiss, Elizabeth Payson
Encyclopedia Britannica entry

Maine Authors
Brief biography and a bibliography

Cyber Hymnal
Biographical statistics, portrait, partial bibliography

The New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge
Brief biographical entry (19th century) of Prentiss and her husband

Stepping Heavenward site: complete bibiography; also photographs of various editions of selected books; the homepage has a photograph of Prentiss's home as background

Seven Sayings from the Cross--V
Brief reflection on Prentiss's life (incorporated into part five of a theological series)

Prentiss Pond
Pond in Bennington County, Vermont, apparently named for or by Elizabeth and George Prentiss -- and a link to "a digitized version of a USGS topographic map" and "a black-and-white, aerial photographic image map" of same

Etexts and reviews

Stepping Heavenward
Plain text at Gutenberg

Review of Stepping Heavenward
Two recent brief reviews and excerpt from chapter 1


More Love to Thee
History of the hymn from Kenneth W. Osbeck's One Hundred and One Hymn Stories

More Love to Thee
Another brief history of the hymn, this one from William H. Reynolds' "History of Hymns" column

More Love to Thee
Clip sung by Jim Bradford

More Love to Thee
Words (four verses) and midi file music

More Love to Thee
Words and music at Cyber hymnal; also has a portrait of Prentiss and of Doane (the composer) and a link to the score

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