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Henry Clay Trumbull (1830–1903)

Trumbull, Henry Clay. An American editor, author, and lecturer; born in Stonington, CT, June 8, 1830; died on Dec. 8, 1903. He was army chaplain 1862–65; afterwards secretary of the American Sunday School Union, 1865–72; and after 1875 editor of the Sunday School Times. He published many books, including: ‘Army Sermons’ (1864); ‘The Knightly Soldier’ (1865); ‘A Useful Life,’ etc. (1866); ‘The Captured Scout’ (1869); ‘Children in the Temple’ (1869); ‘A Model Superintendent’ (1880); ‘Kadesh-Barnea’ (1884); ‘Teaching and Teachers’ (1884); ‘The Blood Covenant’ (1885); ‘Yale Lectures on the Sunday School’ (1888); ‘Studies in Oriental Social Life.’