November 2007
Atlantic;Nov2007, Vol. 300 Issue 4, p76
The article presents a reprint of the song lyrics “Battle Hymn of the Republic,” by Julia Ward Howe, which appeared in the February 1862 issue of “Atlantic Monthly.” First Line: Mine eyes have seen the glory of the coming of the Lord: Last Line: His truth is marching on.


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