The World of 1898: The Spanish-American War (Hispanic Division, Library of Congress)
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The Spanish-American War

by Russell Alexander Alger


The Cuban Situation in 1898
Unpreparedness for War
Preparations for War
Appointments and Importunities
Plans of Campaign
Embarkation at Tampa
Shafter Determines to "March on Santiago"
The Affair of Las Guasimas
Results of Las Guasimas--Preparing for Caney and San Juan
San Juan
After the Capture of San Juan
"I Shall Hold My Present Position"
Siege and Surrender of Santiago
Admiral Sampson and the Army at Santiago
The "Round Robin" Incident
Résumé of the Santiago Campaign
The Expedition to Puerto Rico
The Philippine Campaign
Our Relations with Aguinaldo
The Tagalog Rebellion
The Miles-Eagan Controversy
Camps and Disease

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