Spanish-American War volunteer Ninth United States Volunteer Infantry roster and muster, biographies, Cuban sketches. by W. Hilary Coston

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  • Spanish-American War, 1898 -- Regimental histories -- United States,
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LC ClassificationsE725.4 9th .C6
The Physical Object
Pagination139 p.
Number of Pages139
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Open LibraryOL529051M
LC Control Number99002710

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Letters of a volunteer in the Spanish-American war Summary This book is a collection of letters written home by George King, an American soldier who served in the Puerto Rican campaign during the Spanish-American War. At the outbreak of the War, King volunteered in the Sixth Regiment of Infantry formed in Concord, Massachusetts.

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The 2nd Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry Regiment was an infantry unit of the United States Army, mustered into Federal service during the Spanish–American War. It was one of three state volunteer regiments that fought in the Santiago Campaign in Cuba, and the only volunteer unit at the Battle of El regiment participated in the Siege of Santiago until the city surrendered, spent Branch: United States Army.

9th Regiment Infantry New York Volunteers Spanish-American War. History. The 9th Infantry Regiment was one of twelve New York State National Guard infantry regiments that were federalized for service in the Spanish-American War.

The 9th Regiment was officially organized in June of but some of its parent companies date back to the War of New York State in the Spanish-American War. On April 25th, the United States of America declared war on Spain. On the 23rd of April, two days before the official declaration of war, President William McKinley issued a call forvolunteers to bolster the ranks of the regular U.S.

Army for the coming conflict in the Philippines and the Caribbean. Inthe United Spanish War Veterans was created from smaller groups of the veterans of the Spanish–American War. Today, that organization is defunct, but it left an heir in the Sons of Spanish–American War Veterans, created in at the 39th National Encampment of the United Spanish War on: Cuba and Puerto Rico (Caribbean.

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In Letters of a Volunteer in the Spanish-American War (published in book form in ), George G. King documented Puerto Rico’s invasion, officially known as the Puerto Rican Campaign/5(22). SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR: VOLUNTEER FORCES This document replicates in its entirety Adjutant General's Office, Statistical Exhibit of Strength of Volunteer Forces Called Into Service During the War With Spain; with Losses From All Causes (Washington: Government Printing Office, ).

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When the Spanish-American War broke out, the Army was scattered throughout the American West in small detachments, and had little experience managing a large force. The Army scrambled to train and equip new Soldiers, and virtually every type of accoutrement and equipment used by the Army back to was issued to the volunteer force at the.

The Spanish-American War Volunteer: Ninth United States Volunteer Infantry Roster and Muster; Biographies; Cuban Sketches. William Hilary Coston. The Author, - African American soldiers - pages. 0 Reviews. Preview this book. Filed under: Spanish-American War, -- Regimental histories -- United States History of the One Hundred and Sixty-First Regiment, Indiana Volunteer Infantry (Logansport, IN: Wilson, Humphreys and Co., ), by William E.

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When our magnificent battleship Maine was sunk in Havana harbor, Februthe 25th U.S. Infantry was scattered in western Montana, doing garrison duty, with headquarters at Fort Missoula.

This database contains an index to Compiled Service Records for U.S. volunteers who served in the Spanish-American War.

Historical Background. When the United States declared war on Spain inthe U.S. Army was shorthanded. To bolster America’s forces, Congress passed the Mobilization Act on 22 April to raise an army ofvolunteers.

The war between the United States and Spain receives relatively little attention in most American history texts, yet it is an event of major importance. The United States emerged as the world's greatest power in the 20th century.

In many ways, the war with Spain was a stepping stone from one era of American history to the next, showing Americans that aggressive nationalism could be. Record of Pennsylvania volunteers in the Spanish-American War, [database on-line].

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The Spanish-American War was a major opportunity for citizens of the former Confederacy to show loyalty to the Union. In the Second Arkansas Volunteer Infantry alone, ninety-six percent of the men were descendents of Confederate veterans.

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The 1st United States Volunteer Cavalry, or “Rough Riders,” were a group of soldiers who fought on horseback during the Spanish-American War.

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At least three companies of the Third U.S. Volunteer Infantry were made up of Georgians who trained in Macon, and three companies of the Tenth U.S. Volunteer Infantry were also formed in the as an "Immune" regiment, the Tenth comprised southern African Americans who, it was believed, would be immune to both the tropical heat and malarial swamps of Cuba.

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