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The 38th US Volunteer Infantry Regiment upon their arrival at Manila, Dec. 26, 1899.

The US Volunteer Infantry Regiment upon their arrival at Manila, Dec.

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American War, Volunteers, Spanish, Confidence, Spanish Language, Spain

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American Civil War, Civil Wars, Pennsylvania, 19th Century, Spanish, Military, America Civil War, Spanish Language, Military Personnel

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Rough Riders, American Civil War, Civil Wars, Pennsylvania, Spanish, America Civil War, Spanish Language, Spain

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ORIGINAL-Spanish-American-War-1899-Photo-Infantry-in-the-Field-Philippines

38th Infantry on Luneta,Manila,Philippine Islands,Spanish American War

Infantry on Luneta,Manila,Philippine Islands,Spanish American War,Soldiers

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Spanish American War, Infantry, holding Krag rifle with fixed bayonette, cartridge belt, 1898.  Electro Photo Co., 909 Franklin Street, Tampa, Fla.

[Spanish American War, Infantry, holding Krag rifle with fixed bayonette, cartridge belt]

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Teddy Roosevelt's horse Little Texas led the charge up San Juan Hill during the 1898 Spanish American War

Nachts im Museum - Teddy Roosevelt's horse Little Texas led the charge up San Juan Hill during the 1898 Spanish American War

www.portierramaryaire.com • View topic - El desastre del 98

www.portierramaryaire.com • View topic - El desastre del 98

San Juan Bridge: Contrary to popular belief that prevailed for over a century, the first shot of the Philippine-American War was not fired on this bridge but on Sociego Street in Santa Mesa district, Manila.People and Places: War of independence Against America, 1899-1902

Philippine American War breaks out.San Juan Bridge: Contrary to common belief that prevailed for over a century, the first shot of the Philippine-American War was not fired on this bridge but on Sociego Street in Santa Mesa district,

Clarke c 1905 manila

Jose Damaso Gorricho, a quartermaster of the Spanish army, married Ciriaca Santos of Imus, Cavite. Her fortunate marriage to a Spanish army man paved the way for the hardworking Ciriaca to start a…

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