Selah Gridley

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Life

Born: 1767 Farmington, Connecticut

Died: 1826 Exeter, New Hampshire

Selah Gridley was a medical doctor in Castleton, Connecticut, where he established a small medical school. He wrote a number of poems, published first in newspapers and periodicals, which he collected towards the end of his life. These were published by his brother, Timothy Gridley, after Selah Gridley's death in 1828.

View the Wikipedia article on Selah Gridley.

Musical settings of literary works

Settings of text by Selah Gridley

Publications

  • Gridley, Selah. 1828. The Mill of the Muses. Exeter, New Hampshire: Timothy Gridley. 267 pp.

References

  • White, Philip H. 1877. Dr. Selah Gridley. Vermont Historical Gazetteer Vol. 3, pp. 534-536.


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