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Jeremiah Eames Rankin (1828–1903)

Rankin, Jeremiah Eames. An American clergyman and religious writer; born at Thornton, NH, Jan. 2, 1828; died in 1903. He wrote several national hymns, including ‘For God and Home and Native Land’ and ‘Keep your Colors Flying.’ He is also the author of ‘Bridal Ring’ (1866); ‘Auld Scotch Mither’ (1873); ‘Subduing Kingdoms’ (1881); ‘The Hotel of God’ (1883); ‘Atheism of Heart’ (1884); ‘Christ his Own Interpreter’ (1884); and ‘Ingleside Rhaims’ (1887).