Letter written by W.H. Stanton on January 4, 1899 to F.B. Milner of Denver about the orders received for the troops, Aguilando's reactions and movements, and life in the camp. Includes excerpts from and typewritten transcription of letter.
Letter written by W. H. Stanton on January 8, 1899 to F.B. Milner about the proclamation of Major General Otis and Auginald's relation to it, as well as troop movements, and health situation of the troops. Includes excerpts and typewritten...
Letter written by W.H. Stanton on January 14, 1899 to F.B. Milner about the attacks on military personnel, Auginaldo's personal movements, and arrival of troops and weapons. Includes excerpts and typewritten transcription of letter.
Letter written February 8, 1899 by W.H. Stanton to F.B. Milner about the insurgent rising at Block House #6, and the ensuing skirmish and wounded. As well as the funding of Auginaldo's guns by an investor. Includes excerpts from and typewritten...
Letter written February 24, 1899 by W.H. Stanton to F.B. Milner. Contents include actions taken against insurgents, status of the Colorado Band, fires within Manila and consequent battles with solider deaths mentioned. Includes excerpts from and...
Letter written March 3, 1899 by W.H. Stanton to F.B. Milner about the Transport Arizona along with its wounded. As well as orders and movements of troops in and around Manila. Includes excerpts and typewritten transcription of letter.
Letter written March 10, 1899 by W.H. Stanton to F.B. Milner about the arrival of the Transport Grant along with Infantries and officers. Remaining letter is a list of the head officers in the Spanish American War. Included excerpts and...
Letter written March 20, 1899 by W.H. Stanton to F.B. Milner about the slow progress of the fighting around Bay Lake and the nearby mountains due to the heat and unfamiliar terrain. Also discusses the movements of numerous infantries, as well as...
Letter written on February 11, 1899 from Edwin Segestrom to his mother and sister about his involvement in fighting of Manila and the siege of Blockhouse #6. Includes typewritten transcription of letter.
A transcription of an original article in the Denver Post pertaining to "the fact that the official quotas of men to be called into the national army thru the first draft were not completed for Denver and other Colorado counties when the drawing...
World War, 1914-1918--Colorado.; Colorado--Genealogy--Sources.; Denver (Colo.)--History, Military.; United States. Selective Service System--Sources.; United States. Army--Recruiting, enlistment, etc.--World War, 1914-1918.; United States....
Transcription of a document from 1931 pertaining to the history of Camp No. 1, and its past soldiers.
United Spanish War Veterans. General Henry W. Lawton Camp No. 1 (Denver, Colo.)--Periodicals.; Spanish-American War, 1898--Veterans--Societies and clubs--Periodicals.; Clubs--Colorado--Denver--Periodicals.
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