Film, Video The battle hymn of the republic [illustrated]

Format Film, Video
Contributors Howe, Julia Ward
Victor Records
Werrenrath, Reinald
Dates 1917
Subjects Civil War and Reconstruction
Popular Songs of the Day
Social Change
Songs and Music
War and Conflict
The battle hymn of the republic [illustrated]
Contributor Names
Howe, Julia Ward -- 1819-1910 (lyricist)
Werrenrath, Reinald -- 1883-1953 (vocalist)
Created / Published
Victor Records, 1917.
Subject Headings
-  Popular Songs of the Day
-  Songs and Music
-  War and Conflict
-  Civil War and Reconstruction (1861-1877)
-  Social Change
-  Audio track from Victor 45121-A as found on the Library of Congress Jukebox. (Content)
-  Illustrations used: Victor 45121 label ( -- Sherman's march to the sea / drawn by F.O.C. Darley. ( -- The burning of Columbia, South Carolina, February 17, 1865 / sketched by W. Waud. ( -- [Portrait of Maj. Gen. William T. Sherman, officer of the Federal Army] ( -- Sherman's March Through South Carolina - Burning of McPhersonville, February 1, 1865 ( -- Battle Hymn of the Republic [sheet music] ( -- Army of the James - signaling by torches across James River from General Butler's head-quarters / sketched by William Waud. ( -- Burning and Evacuation of Richmond, April 3, 1865 ( -- Battle of Savage's Station ( -- Ruins in Charleston, South Carolina ( -- [Cold Harbor, Va. African Americans collecting bones of soldiers killed in the battle] ( -- [Atlanta, Ga. Gen. William T. Sherman on horseback at Federal Fort No. 7] ( -- Charge of Colonel Creighton's brigade at the Battle of Ringgold ( -- The leader and his battles - Ulysses S. Grant, Lieutenant-General, U.S.A. ( -- Ruins of Secession Hall, Charleston, S.C. ( -- [Richmond, Va. Grounds of the ruined Arsenal with scattered shot and shell] ( -- The blockade of Charleston ( -- The victory of Roanoke, Feby. 8th. 1862: the brilliant and decisive bayonet charge of the New York 9th Hawkins Zouaves ( -- Destruction of the depots, public buildings, and manufactories at Atlanta, Georgia, November 15, 1864 The Fourteenth and Twentieth Corps moving out of Atlanta, November 15, 1864. ( -- Unidentified African American soldier in Union uniform with wife and two daughters] ( (Content)
motion picture
1 video ; 4 min.
Music Division
LC Classification
Victor 45121
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