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  • "I Am Entitled to the Medal of Honor and I Want It"(112 clicks)
    Theodore Roosevelt and His Quest for Glory By Mitchell Yockelson. Four parts in toto
  • Albert Beveridge, "The March of the Flag" (1898)(119 clicks)
    "The March of the Flag," printed in the Indianapolis Journal, September 17, 1898. From Albert J. Beveridge, The Meaning of Times (Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1908), 47-49, 56-57.
  • Assault on San Juan Hill(101 clicks)
    By Richard E. Killblane. "American plans to take the heights outside Santiago de Cuba went awry almost from the onset, but the initiative of regimental commanders carried their troops to victory."
  • Cuban Filibustering in Jacksonville in 1851(114 clicks)
  • From ‘Dagoes’ to ‘Nervy Spaniards’: American Soldiers’ Viewsof Their Opponents 1898(127 clicks)
  • Henry Cabot Lodge. Intervention in Cuba(99 clicks)
    Seantor Lodge argues for intervention in Cuba in 1898.
  • Jose Alejandro Huau: A Cuban Patriot In Jacksonville Politics(118 clicks)
    Florida Historical Society: The Florida Historical Quarterly,October 1975, volume 54 issue 2, pp.196-206. by Gustavo J. Godoy
  • Letters Concerning Spanish Spies in Florida During the Spanish American War, 1898(107 clicks)
  • Sailors, Soldiers, and Marines of the Spanish-American War(120 clicks)
    Subtitled the Legacy of the USS Maine. Article from the National Archives.
  • Spanish American War Centennial Site(120 clicks)
    Lots of info
  • Spanish American War in Motion Pictures(91 clicks)
  • Stephen Crane and the Commodore(125 clicks)
    Prelude to the Spanish-American War
  • The Spanish-American War in Motion Pictures: A Review(120 clicks)
    This presentation features 68 motion pictures produced between 1898 and 1901 of the Spanish-American War and the subsequent Philippine Revolution. The Spanish-American War was the first U.S. war in which the motion picture camera played a role.
  • The Spanish-American War: A Research Guide(91 clicks)
    New York Public Library.
  • The World of 1898(136 clicks)
    The Spanish American War
  • U.S. Interventionism: Some Notes(103 clicks)
  • US Intervention in Cuba, 1898(98 clicks)
    How the US got involved in the Cuban War for Independence
  • Working Bibliography(92 clicks)
    From the Military History Institute