Historical Dictionary of the Spanish American War, 1st Edition

  • Donald H. Dyal
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  • ISBN-10: 031303270X
  • ISBN-13: 9780313032707
  • DDC: 973.8
  • Grade Level Range: 9th Grade - College Senior
  • 378 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 1996 | Published/Released August 2007
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 1996

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Overview

Provides information on the naval and army operations, Spanish operations, and the political background to the military events, with an emphasis on future foreign affairs. Includes entries on people, places and events significant to the Spanish American War.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
Preface.
Chronology of the Spanish American War.
1: Adams, Brooks (1850–1927).
2: Adams, Henry (1838–1918).
3: Adee, Alvey Augustus (1842–1924).
4: Adjuntas, Puerto Rico.
5: Adjutant General, U.S. Army.
6: Adula (Ship).
7: Agoncillo, Felipe (1859–1941).
8: Aguacate, Cuba.
9: Aguinaldo, Emilio (Aguinaldo y Farmy, Emilio, 1869–1964).
10: Aibonito, Puerto Rico.
11: Albany (Ship).
12: Alejandrino, José (1871–1951).
13: Alger, Russell Alexander (1836–1907).
14: Allen, Charles Herbert (1848–1934).
15: Almirante Oquendo (Ship).
16: Almodóvar Del Río, Duque De (1859–1906).
17: Alvarado (Ship).
18: Amazonas (Ship).
19: American Federation of Labor.
20: American National Red Cross.
21: Ammunition.
22: Amphitrite (Ship).
23: Anderson, Thomas Mcarthur (1836–1917).
24: André, Edouard (1840–1911).
25: Angiolillo, Miguel (1872–1897).
26: Annapolis (Ship).
27: Anti-Imperialist League.
28: Arango, Clemencia.
29: Arecibo, Puerto Rico.
30: Arellano, Cayetano (1847–?).
31: Armistice in Cuba.
32: Army, Cuban.
33: Army, Spanish.
34: Army, U.S..
35: Arroyo, Puerto Rico.
36: Artillery.
37: Aserradero, Cuba.
38: Asiatic Squadron.
39: Associated Press.
40: Astor, John Jacob (1864–1912).
41: Atkins, Edwin Farnsworth (1850–1926).
42: Atkinson, Edward (1827–1905).
43: Atrocities and Brutalities.
44: Augustín Dávila, Basilio (1840–1910).
45: Auñón Y Villalón, Ramón (1844–1925).
46: Austria.
47: Autonomy, in Cuba and Puerto Rico.
48: Bacoor Bay, Philippines.
49: Badger (Ship).
50: Bagley, Worth (1874–1898).
51: Baler, Philippines, Siege of.
52: Balfour, Arthur (1848–1930).
53: Balintawak, Grito De.
54: Balloon.
55: Baltimore (Ship).
56: Bancroft (Ship).
57: Banes, Cuba, Puerto De.
58: Barbosa, José Celso (1857–1921).
59: Barcelona, Spain.
60: Barton, Clara (Clarissa) Harlowe (1821–1912).
61: Bases.
62: Bates, John Coalter (1842–1919).
63: Bayamo, Cuba.
64: Beef Controversy.
65: Belligerency.
66: Bennington (Ship).
67: Beránger Y Ruiz De Apodaca, José María (1824–1907).
68: Bermejo Y Merelo, Segismundo (1832–1899).
69: Bernadou, John Baptiste (1858–1903).
70: Berry, George (?–1906).
71: Biak-Na-Bato, Philippines.
72: Bigelow, Poultney (1855–1954).
73: Black, Wilsone (1837–1909).
74: Black Powder.
75: Black Units.
76: Blanco Y Erenas, Ramón (1833–1906).
77: Bliss, Tasker Howard (1853–1930).
78: Blockade.
79: Blue, Victor (1865–1928).
80: Boca Grande, Philippines.
81: Bonifacio, Andrés (1863–1897).
82: Boston (Ship).
83: Bradford, Royal Bird (1844–1914).
84: Breckinridge, Joseph Cabell (1842–1920).
85: Brooke, John Rutter (1838–1926).
86: Brooklyn (Ship).
87: Bryan, William Jennings (1860–1925).
88: Buck, William H. (1868–1924).
89: Buenaventura (Ship).
90: Bülow, Bernhard Heinrich von (1849–1929).
91: Cabañas, Cuba.
92: Cadarso, Luis (1844–1898).
93: Caimanera, Cuba.
94: Callao (Ship).
95: Cámara Y Libermoore, Manuel De La (1836–1920).
96: Cambon, Jules Martin (1845–1935).
97: Camp Alger, Virginia.
98: Camp Cuba Libre, Florida.
99: Camp Dewey, Philippines.
100: Camp Thomas, Chickamauga, Georgia.
101: Camp Wikoff, New york.
102: Camps, U.S. Army.
103: Canalejas Méndez, José (1854–1912).
104: Canary Islands.
105: El Caney.
106: Cannon, Joseph Gurney (1836–1926).
107: Cánovas Del Castillo, Antonio (1828–1897).
108: Cape Tunas, Cuba.
109: Cape Verde Islands.
110: Cárdenas, Cuba.
111: Carlos V (Ship).
112: Carranza, Ramón.
113: Castilla (Ship).
114: Castine (Ship).
115: Casualties.
116: Cavite, Philippines.
117: Cayey, Puerto Rico.
118: Cervera Y Topete, Pascual (1839–1909).
119: Chadwick, French Ensor (1844–1919).
120: Chaffee, Adna Romanza (1842–1914).
121: Charleston (Ship).
122: Charleston, South Carolina.
123: Chichester, Edward (1849–1906).
124: China.
125: Christy, Howard Chandler (1873–1952).
126: Churchill, Winston Spencer (1874–1965).
127: Cienfuegos, Cuba.
128: Cincinnati (Ship).
129: Cisneros, Evangelina.
130: City of Peking (Ship).
131: City of Washington (Ship).
132: Cleveland, Grover (1837–1908).
133: Coal and Coaling.
134: Coamo, Puerto Rico.
135: Coast Defense, U.S..
136: Collazo Tejada, Enrique (1848–1921).
137: Columbia (Ship).
138: Colwell, John Charles (1856–?).
139: Command Systems.
140: Competitor (Ship).
141: Concas Y Palau, Víctor María (1845–1916).
142: Concord (Ship).
143: Conde De Venadito (Ship).
144: Congress, U.S..
145: Consultative Assembly of Manila.
146: Converse, George Albert (1844–1909).
147: Cook, Francis Augustus (1843–1916).
148: Coppinger, John Joseph (1834–1909).
149: Corbin, Henry Clark (1842–1909).
150: Cormoran (Ship).
151: Corps, U.S. Army.
152: Correa, Miguel (1830–1900).
153: Corregidor, Philippines.
154: Cortelyou, George Bruce (1862–1940).
155: Crane, Stephen (1871–1900).
156: Cristóbal Colón (Ship).
157: Crowninshield, Arent Schuyler (1843–1908).
158: Las Cruces, Cuba.
159: Cuban Debt.
160: Cuban Insurrection.
161: Cuban Junta.
162: Cuban Revolutionary Army.
163: Cuban Revolutionary Party.
164: Cushing (Ship).
165: Daiquirí, Cuba.
166: Daly, William Hudson (1842–1912).
167: Dana, Charles Anderson (1819–1897).
168: Davis, Charles Henry (1845–1921).
169: Davis, Richard Harding (1864–1916).
170: Dawes, Charles Gates (1865–1951).
171: Day, William Rufus (1849–1923).
172: “Death of Rodríguez”.
173: Decker, Karl (1868–1941).
174: Declaration of War.
175: Derby, George Mcclellan (1856–1948).
176: Detroit (Ship).
177: Dewey, George (1837–1917).
178: Díaz Molina, Pedro (1850–1924).
179: Diederichs, Otto von (1843–1918).
180: Disaster of ’98.
181: Disease.
182: Dixie (Ship).
183: Dodge, Grenville Mellen (1831–1916).
184: Dodge Commission.
185: Dolphin (Ship).
186: Don Antonio De Ulloa (Ship).
187: Don Juan De Austria (Ship).
188: Dorst, Joseph Haddox (1852–1915).
189: Dos Caminos, Cuba.
190: Duffield, Henry Martyn (1842–1912).
191: Du Pont (Ship).
192: Dupuy De Lôme, Enrique (1851–1904).
193: Eagan, Charles Patrick (1841–1919).