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The Spanish American War, the destruction of the battleship Maine in Havana harbor, February 15, 1898
Colonel Roosevelt and his Rough Riders at the top of the hill which they captured, Battle of San Juan Hill during the Spanish American War.
Two warship separated by an anchor against the background of the flags of Spain and the United States and the inscription "Spanish-American War of 1898"
The Spanish American War, first hoisting of the American flag by U.S. marines on Cuban soil, June 11, 1898
The Spanish American War The Battle of Las Guasimas The 9th and 10th colored cavalry in support of rough riders near a Spanish position in the jungles surrounding Santiago
The Spanish American War, Spanish general Toral surrenders Santiago, cuba to American General William Shafter, July, 1898
The Battle of Manila Bay, was the first fighting of the Spanish American war. May 1, 1898. Passing back and forth in front of the Spanish fleet, the Americans bombarded the Spanish, sinking all of the
Colonel Theodore Roosevelt leads the 1st Volunteer Cavalry in the charge up San Juan Hill during the Spanish American War.
Spanish fleet sunk bay the U.S. naval squadron commanded by George Dewey in Manila Bay, Philippines during the Spanish-American War, 1898.
Theodore Roosevelt in a romanticized depiction leading the Rough Riders in the charge at San Juan Hill, Cuba, 1898
The Battle of Manila Bay, May 1, 1898
U.S. 39th regiment in Seattle, wear masks to prevent influenza. Dec. 1918. The soldiers were on their way to France during the 1918-19 'Spanish' Influenza pandemic.
The Battle of Manila Bay, USS Olympia leading US ships in attack on Spanish ships, May 1, 1898, from The New York Times
Sunset over the historical fortress surrounding the city of Old San Juan, Puerto Rico
The Spanish American War Boarding the transport boats for bound for Santiago Cuba
The Spanish American War (April-August 1898), Roosevelt's Rough Riders departing Tampa, Florida for Santiago, Cuba, 1898, Albumen stereo photograph,
Waving flag of Spain and USA
The Spanish American War (April-August 1898), Dewey's Fleet Takes Manila, May 2, 1898 issue of the New York Journal describing the destruction by Commodore Dewey's fleet.
Buffalo soldier. T.R. Clarke, 8th US Volunteer Infantry, standing in front of tent, during the Spanish-American War. ca. 1898
Marine detatchment that ran up the first American flag in the Philippines during the Spanish-American War, Cavite, May 3, 1898.
The Spanish American War (April-August 1898), Troupe H of the Rough Riders in Cuba, 1898, Albumen stereo photograph,
The Spanish American War, U.S. battleships in action, 1898
Buffalo soldiers of the 24th U.S. Infantry -- Tramp, tramp, tramp for Cuba! stereocard ca. 1898
The Spanish American War Wreck of the U.S.S. Maine in Havana Harbor, Cuba. Stereocard, 1898
Theodore Roosevelt became a national hero after the Spanish American War. This 1899 poster advertises a theatrical impersonation by William H. West.
The Spanish American War, the destruction of the battleship Maine in Havana harbor, February 15, 1898
The Rough Riders Troop H, 1898
Vintage rifles and soldier's hats and helmets forming Fallen Soldier Battle Crosses, American Flag behind, left to right, eras of Civil War, Spanish American War, WWI, and WWII.
Spanish American fortress cannon on top fort deck - series 01
Theodore Roosevelt in the uniform of an Army Colonel during the Spanish American War. Commanded a volunteer regiment of 'Rough Riders' who gained fame with capture of San Juan Hill on July 1 1898.
SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS- NOV 19, 2016: The Alamo Mission in San Antonio, Texas on November 19, 2016
The Spanish American War (April-August 1898), The Yucatan carrying the Roosevelt Rough Riders to Cuba, 1898, Albumen stereo photograph,
The Spanish Brute, political cartoon published in 'Judge' in reaction to the sinking of the war ship Maine, 1898
Theodore Roosevelt, Leonard Wood, and Alexander Brodie in 1898, in San Antonio, Texas. Wood and Roosevelt organized the 1st Volunteer Cavalry regiment, the Rough Riders, when the Spanish_American War.
Buffalo soldiers of the Ninth U.S. Cavalry--famous Colored Regiment--Draw Sabers! stereocard ca. 1898
500 prisoners in formation against a wall, under guard, at the San Juan, Puerto Rico Jail 1900, shortly after the U.S. annexation of the former Spanish possession following the Spanish American war.
The Spanish American War (April-August 1898), Naval officers and petty officers, San Diego California, 1898,
Puerto Ricans women washing laundry in an open stream shortly after Puerto Rico was annexed by the United States after the Spanish American war. Ca. 1903
The Spanish American War, the Spanish fleet sunk off the shore of Cuba, painting by Robert Hopkin, 1898
Dewey smashes Spain's fleet, front page of the New York World, May 2, 1898
Melilla, the place of the Spanish-American War. Engraving by Shlinner. Published in magazine "Niva", publishing house A.F. Marx, St. Petersburg, Russia, 1893
The Battle of Santiago, Cuba, July 3, 1898
The Battle of Manila Bay, the American cruiser Olympia firing the first shot, May 1, 1898, painting by Robert Hopkin
In the Senate, March 25, 1898--Reading the President's message on the destruction of the "Maine". Washington, D.C. ca. 1900
United States of America vs Spain, Spanish smoky mystic flags placed side by side. Thick colored silky abstract smokes banner of America and Spain, Spanish
Spanish American War Soldier Box - Antique Foot Locker from the Spanish American War
Buffalo soldier. 2nd Lt. Frank R. Stewart, 8th US Volunteer Infantry, standing in front of tent, during the Spanish-American War. ca. 1898
The Alamo mission in San Antonio, Texas, historic landmark of the Texas Revolution
Buffalo soldiers of the Ninth U.S. Cavalry--famous Colored Regiment--Draw Sabers! stereocard ca. 1898
The U,S,S, Maine being blown up in the harbor of Havana, Cuba, 1898
The National Cemetery, commissioned by Abraham Lincoln, in Beaufort, South Carolina.
 El Morro Fort in Old San Juan
View looking down on Fort Sumter
Old cannon behind the fortress wall in Colonia del Sacramento, Uruguay
An old rusted cannon from the Spanish American War and Civil War
An influenza ward at the U S Army Camp Hospital in Aix-les-Bains France during the Spanish Flu epidemic of 1918-19, 1918 photograph with digital color.
Spanish Influenza in American Army hospitals. Masks and cubicles were used at Fort Porter, where patients' beds are reversed, so breath of one will not be directed toward another. Nov. 19, 1918.
African American soldiers in quarantine at Camp Wikoff, Montauk, with 20,000 others veterans. After the Spanish American war, many were recovering from battle wounds, yellow fever, malaria and typhoid
Soldier Statue from the Spanish American War
Spanish American fortress cannons on top fort deck - series 02

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Poster for Theodore Roosevelts campaign for Governor of New York State. He returned converted his popularity as a Spanish American War hero to votes and won the election in Nov. 1898
Amphibious landing at Arroyo, Puerto Rico, August 3, 1898 during the Spanish American War. US soldiers of Company C, 4th Ohio Volunteer Infantry transfer to boats from the cruiser USS ST PAUL, seven m
Charge of Cuban insurgents against Spanish in the Cuban War of Independence, 1895-98. By 1897, Spain had sent 200,000 soldiers to Cuba, but was unable to defeat the revolt
Battle of Caloocan, , Feb. 10, 1899, Philippine-American War. Battery of the Utah Artillery is in the middle foreground. The Tenth Pennsylvania Volunteers, of Gen. Arthur MacArthurs Division, is behin
Battle of Malate, Philippine Islands, on the night of July 31, 1898, during the Spanish American War. This was the first fight of the mock Battle of Manila, in which Spanish forces attacked the Americ
Medical men wore masks to avoid the flu at U.S. Army hospital. Nov. 19, 1918. Army Hospital No. 4. Fort Porter, N.Y. during the 1918-19 'Spanish' Influenza pandemic.
Marlborough, Massachusetts /United States-7/20/2020: Monument square with Spanish-American war memorial, the bronze sculpture of the volunteerBy Co. Crawford
Concrete ruins of the gun battery at Fort Fremont, constructed during the Spanish-American war beginning in 1899, on Saint Helena Island in Beaufort County, South Carolina
Battle of El Caney was fought on July 1, 1898, during the Spanish_American War in Cuba. US Forces captured the town and installations to support the main attack on the San Juan Heights. In the backgro
Waving American and Spain flag at pole over sky, 3d Rendering
Alamo Mission, San Antonio, Texas, USA.
ARLINGTON, VIRGINIA, USA - AUGUST 31, 2018: The Hiker, a statue that commemorates the American soldiers who fought in the Spanish-American War. Located before entering of Arlington National Cemetery.
Battleship Maine Monument at Davenport Park in Bangor honoring Spanish-American War veterans
American troops advancing on Filipino troops behind earthworks at the Battle of Quingua. Philippine-American War, April 23, 1899. American troops are fired on by Filipino troops behind earthworks, kil
Managua, Nicaragua - June 16, 2018: Face of young girl attending a church service and food distribution sponsored by American missionaries. Extreme poverty and widespread hunger in third world nation.
Spain vs United States of America, American smoky mystic flags placed side by side. Thick colored silky smokes flag of Spanish and United States of America, American
The Capture of Manila waged war with the Spaniards and Filipinos in the Spanish American War and the Philippine American War, vintage line drawing or engraving illustration.
American soldiers in a ward of the 2nd Reserve Hospital, Philippines. Of the 4,200 American fatalities in the Philippine-American War, the majority were a result of disease
Arlington, VA—Feb 13, 2019; Statue the Hike by Theo Alice Ruggles Kitson commemorates American soldiers who fought in the Spanish–American War, the Boxer Rebellion and the Philippine–American War.
African American soldiers in formation at Camp Meade, Pennsylvania, May 1899. African Americans, most from the southern states, volunteered hoping that military service would improve their civil right
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA 3/8/20 The Spanish American War memorial on the University of Pittsburgh campus next to the Frick Fine Arts building
Peace commissioners after finalizing the Treaty of Paris, ending the Spanish American War. Dec. 10, 1898. It guaranteed Cuban independence but transferred Puerto Rico, Guam, and the Philippines, to th
HONOR TO MCKINLEY! Political cartoon from Puck Magazine, Mar. 23, 1898. President William McKinley resists the hawkish Pulitzer and Hearst newspaper headlines urging war with Spain after the explosion
Indian Pony 3d illustration - The Indian Pony of the United States is a combination of the Spanish Barb, Arabian, Mustang, and Appaloosa.
Managua, Nicaragua - June 15, 2019: A Nicaraguan woman holds her child as he sits in the window of a barrio church. Happy mother and son enjoy a visit from American missionaries.
a general view of a spanish naval base. Frigates and a carrier ship moored in a harbour at sunrise.
Military Uniform Officer. Spanish Armed Forces. Military honours and Military rank.
SMASHED! American political cartoon prematurely declaring victory over Philippine insurgency. March 8, 1899. A giant American gloved fist holds down Filipino leader, Emilio Aguinaldo. In fact, the Phi
American soldier gets throat sprayed to prevent influenza. Dec. 1918. Medical tent at Love Field, Dallas, Texas, during the 1918-19 'Spanish' Influenza pandemic.
Three Oaks, Michigan - August 7 2018: The Dewey Cannon, an antique Spanish bronze cannon, from the Spanish–American War, fought in 1898.
Managua, Nicaragua - June 15, 2019: Two young Nicaraguan girls comfort each other. Sweet children in poor Central American country living in extreme poverty. Girl rests head on friend's back.
Managua, Nicaragua - May 11, 2017: Young girls visit a remote church to participate in programs and receive food from American missionaries. Smiling happy faces of children living in extreme poverty.
17th Infantry going to the front in a train during the Philippine-American War. Following the first six months of the war in 1899, the Filipino insurgents moved to the northern interior and adopted gu
Soldiers gargle with salt and water to prevent influenza. Sept. 24, 1918. Camp Dix, New Jersey, during the 1918-19 'Spanish' Influenza pandemic.
Managua, Nicaragua - June 16, 2019: A Nicaraguan boy smiles while participating in a church event given by American missionaries. Poverty and hungry children of a country torn apart by civil unrest.
Early slavery in the Americas, Spanish soldiers slaughtering and capturing resisting Native Americans. The 1595 image by Theodor de Bry, contributed to the 'Black Legend,' of Spanish inhumanity.
Captain George Grime\x90s battery going up El Pozo Hill to support the advance against Santiago Heights. July 1, 1898. Spanish-American War, during the Siege of Santiago
Gen. Nelson Miles, had Presidential ambitions after his victories in the Spanish-American War. He established his military reputation in the US Civil War and the Indian War. He was the commanding Gene
Spanish American War which is United States troops landing at Baiquiri, vintage line drawing or engraving illustration.
American soldiers entrenched against the Filipinos insurgents during the Philippine-American War. Ca. 1899-1900
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