4 edition of Work of the Massachusetts Volunteer Aid Association during the war with Spain, 1898. found in the catalog.
Work of the Massachusetts Volunteer Aid Association during the war with Spain, 1898.
Massachusetts Volunteer Aid Association.
Comp. by Edward C. Mansfield.
|Contributions||Mansfield, Edward C.|
|LC Classifications||UH551 1898a|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||185|
|LC Control Number||19009241|
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, ). The original printed document is 25 pages long, plus covers, and. Table showing strength of Pennsylvania Volunteers called into service of the United States during the war with Spain, with losses from all causes, etc., as shown by muster-out rolls Alphabetical list of officers and men of Pennsylvania organizations in Spanish American War.
The Spanish-American War marked a turning point in American history. Within a few years of the war's end, the United States was a world power, exercising control or influence over islands in the Caribbean Sea, the mid-Pacific Ocean and close to the Asian mainland. The victory over Spain also made the United States a colonial power. The service of the First Massachusetts Regiment was destined to be both inglorious and extremely costly. The Massachusetts men remained in rear-area garrison duty through most of the war, finally arriving in Mexico City after the fighting had ended, but they lost a third .
2nd Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry () - Oranized and mustered into the service of the United States at South Framingham, Mass., May 8 to 10, , with 47 officers and enlisted men. Assignments: Temporarily assigned to the Second Cavalry Brigade, Fifth Army Corps, May 17 Assigned to First Brigade, Second Division, Fifth Army Corps, May Whereas by an act of Congress entitled "An act to provide for temporarily increasing the military establishment of the United States in time of war and for other purposes," approved Ap , the president is authorized, in order to raise a volunteer army, to issue his proclamation calling for volunteers to serve in the Army of the United.
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Massachusetts Volunteer Aid Association. Work of the Massachusetts Volunteer Aid Association during the war with Spain, [Boston, Mudge ?] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Edward C Mansfield; Massachusetts Volunteer Aid Association.
Work of the Massachusetts volunteer aid association during the war with Spain and run this ship is the special work of the Massachusetts Volunteer Aid Association, and to accomplish this good purpose we cordially invite the earnest co-operation of all the patriotic men and women of Massachusetts.
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Other restrictions on distribution may apply. Work of the Massachusetts Volunteer Aid Association during the war with Spain, Item PreviewPages: Pauline Revere Thayer () worked to improve immigrant conditions in Massachusetts and the US; represented Massachusetts in Republican party activities; and founded the Chilton Club in Boston in Born in Quincy, Massachusetts in to Paul Revere III, she was a direct descendant of Paul Revere, and in that capacity performed civic and honorary duties in his memory.
The following is a brief history of the 2nd Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry. The regiment served in Cuba during the Spanish American War and took part in the battle of El Caney. Unit History: The 2nd massachusetts Volunteer Infantry was mustered into federal service between May 8 at Framingham, Massachusetts.
Mustered in for war with Spain May 9, This regiment as a regiment had no service in previous wars, but is composed of old companies that rendered service in War of and Civil War.
The Boston Fruit Company () was a fruit production and import business based in the port of Boston, Massachusetts. Andrew W. Preston and nine others established the firm to ship bananas and other fruit from the West Indes to north-eastern America.
At the time, the banana was "considered a rare and delicious treat" in the United States. The major challenge for all banana importers was Headquarters: Boston, Massachusetts. The th, th, th, th, and st regiments of infantry, 27th and 28th batteries of light artillery, Company D, 2d U.S.
engineers, 14th Signal corps company and 1st and 2d separate companies, Ind. volunteers, colored. Also available in digital form. Author(s): Mansfield,Edward C; Massachusetts Volunteer Aid Association.
Title(s): Work of the Massachusetts Volunteer Aid Association during the war with Spain, Country of Publication: United States Publisher: [Boston, Mudge ?] Description: p. ill. Language: English Notes: Comp. by Edward C. Mansfield. NLM ID: R[Book]. General: The following is a brief history of the 9th U.S.
Volunteer Infantry, an African American Regiment, and an "immune" regiment that saw service in Cuba during the Spanish American War. Unit History: The 9th U.S.
Volunteer Infantry was an African American regiment and was also termed an "immune" regiment, since it was believed that the men were "immune" to the tropical diseases which. 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. He rose quickly to the rank of sergeant. King describes in some detail the life of a soldier during the war, including the. The State House Special Collections department holds the records of the Massachusetts Volunteer Aid Association (MVAA, Ms.
Coll. 20), a voluntary relief organization formed in May of by prominent and wealthy citizens to assist the government during the war. It was a charitable endeavor meant to care for wounded veterans and to assist in.
The Spanish–American War (Spanish: Guerra hispano-estadounidense; Filipino: Digmaang Espanyol-Amerikano) was an armed conflict between Spain and the United States in Hostilities began in the aftermath of the internal explosion of USS Maine in Havana Harbor in Cuba, leading to U.S.
intervention in the Cuban War of war led to emergence of U.S. predominance in the Location: Cuba and Puerto Rico (Caribbean. Work of the Massachusetts Volunteer Aid Association during the war with Spain, Boston: Mudge, Google books ^ James Wiley. The Banana: empires, trade wars, and globalization.
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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.
National Archives and Records Administration Pennsylvania Avenue, NW Washington, DC Military Service during the Spanish-American War, – On Apthe United States declared war on Spain following the sinking of the Battleship Maine in Havana harbor. The war ended days later on Decemwhen the United.
New York in the Spanish-American War Part of the Report of the Adjutant General of the State for Vols. Albany: James B. Lyon, State Printer, New York and the War with Spain: History of the Empire State Regiments.
Albany: Argus Company Printers, Back to Spanish-American Infantry Regiments. BLACK TROOPS & SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR A Working Bibliography of MHI Sources CONTENTS in the Spanish-American War ” In War Volunteering in Modern Times: From the French Concentrates on U.S.
War Dept. AGO. Statistical Exhibit of Strength of Volunteer Forces Called into Service During the War With Spain. Wash, DC: GPO, Whereas a joint resolution of Congress was approved on the 20th day of April,entitled "Joint resolution for the recognition of the independence of the people of Cuba, demanding that the Government of Spain relinquish its authority and government in the island of Cuba and to withdraw its land and naval forces from Cuba and Cuban waters, and directing the President of the United States to.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.
Biederwolf (HTML and page images at Indiana).