Spanish American War

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Arkansas Army National Guard - History
... Further information Arkansas Territorial Militia, Arkansas Militia and the War with Mexico, Arkansas Militia in the Civil War, Arkansas Militia in Reconstruction ... Arkansas provided troops for the War with Mexico, the American Civil War, and the Spanish-American War during the 19th century ... the Reconstruction period following the Civil War ...
History Of Clark Air Base - The Task of Reconstruction: The Late-1940s and The 1950s - History of The Clark Veterans Cemetery
... its history to 1900 after the conclusion of the Spanish-American War ... As a result of the war, the US inherited the Philippines from Spain and established a number of US Army posts throughout the islands, including a large Army post in Manila named ... Similarly the US Navy, after Admiral Dewey defeated the Spanish Navy in Manila Bay, created naval bases including one at Sangley Point in Cavite ...
Stanley Ford - Spanish American War
... Ford saw service in Cuba and the Philippines during the Spanish American War, serving with the 16th Infantry in Cuba and the 25th Infantry in the Philippines ...
List Of United States Naval Academy Alumni - Military Figures - Spanish-American War Combatants
... Dewey, GeorgeGeorge Dewey 1858 only person to hold the rank of Admiral of the Navy American Civil War and SpanishAmerican War Battle of New Orleans won Battle of Manila Bay ... Sampson 1861 Rear Admiral Civil War veteran instructor at the Academy (1861–1864) Superintendent of the Academy (1886–1889) won the Battle of Santiago de Cuba during the Spanish-American ...
Militia (United States) - Nineteenth Century - Spanish American War
... Failure of the militia to meet expectations in the Spanish American War. ...

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