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James Nack (1809–1879)

Nack, James. An American verse-writer; born in New York City, Jan. 4, 1809; died there, Sept. 23, 1879. He labored under the disability of being deaf and dumb. His popular verses include ‘Spring Is Coming,’ ‘Here She Goes and There She Goes,’ and the volumes ‘The Legend of the Rocks’ (1827); ‘The Immortal, and Other Poems’ (1850); ‘Poems’ (1852); and ‘The Romance of the Ring, and Other Poems’ (1859).