|Short Name:||B. F. White|
|Full Name:||White, B. F. (Benjamin Franklin), 1800-1879|
Benjamin F. White (b. Spartanburg, SC, 1800; d. Atlanta, GA, 1879), was coeditor of The Sacred Harp (1844). He came from a family of fourteen children and was largely self-taught. Eventually White became a popular singing-school teacher and editor of the weekly Harris County newspaper.
|Texts by B. F. White (4)||As||Authority Languages||Instances|
|I came to the place where the lone pilgrim lay||B. F. W. (Author)||English||1|
|My brethren all, on you I call||B. F. White ()||English||3|
|Soft, soft, music is stealing, sweet, sweet lingers the strain||B. F. W. (Author)||English||1|
|The glorious light of Zion is spreading all around||B. F. W. (Author)||English||2|