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Sidney Dyer (1814–1898)

Dyer, Sidney. An American poet and prose-writer; born in Cambridge, NY, Feb. 11, 1814; died in 1898. He published poems entitled ‘Voices of Nature’ (1850); ‘Songs and Ballads’ (1857); ‘Great Wonders in Little Things’ (1871); ‘Ocean Gardens and Palaces’ (1877); ‘Elmdale Lyceum’ (1879); etc.; also ‘Psalmist for the Use of Baptist Churches.’