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Showalter was educated in the public schools; began the study of music in the singing schools and private classes taught by his father; attended his first normal music school at New Market, Va., taught by B.C. Unseld and P.J. Merges, in 1876; later attended two more sessions of the same school, at the latter of which he began the study of the organ under Mr. Merges; also attended Dr. Root’s National Normal at Erie, Pa., and Dr. Palmer’s International Normal at Meadville, Pa.; began teaching singing schools at the age of fourteen, literary school at nineteen, and normal music schools at twenty-two, at which age he also had his first book published.

He formed the Showalter Music Company of Dalton, Georgia. He was also an elder of the First Presbyterian Church in Dalton.
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