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for song—the 170th New York on reserve picket duty The battle hymn of the republic—a hundred circling camps: the fifth Vermont in 1861, with their Colonel, L. A. Grant The time of this photograph and its actors connect directly with Julia Ward Howe's inspiration for her Battle hymn. The author, in the late fall of 1861, hadto attacks by the Confederates. Its career throughout the war is proof that the spirit of the Battle-hymn animated these boys in blue. Its Lieutenant-Colonel, L. A. Grant, who sits on his charger to the right, became famous later as the general commanding the Vermont Brigade. To the left is Major Redfield Proctor. Leaving Camp c The unusual circumstances under which this national classic was written are recounted under the picture of the Fifth Vermont in 1861, with their Colonel, L. A. Grant, on the immediately preceding page. Mine eyes have seen the glory of the coming of the Lord: He is trampling out the vintage where the grapes of wrath are store