- REINFORCING MANLINESS: BLACK STATE MILITIAS, THE SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR, AND THE IMAGE OF THE AFRICAN AMERICAN SOLDIER, 1891-1900. Amron, Andrew D. // Journal of African American History;Fall2012, Vol. 97 Issue 4, p401
The article discusses the portrayal of African American soldiers during the 1890s in U.S. newspapers and literature, including a depiction of their role in the Spanish-American War of 1898. The depiction the masculinity of African American military personnel, including their putative courage in...
- Assault on San Juan Hill. Killblane, Richard E. // Military History;Jun98, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p38
Presents information on the American assault on El Caney or San Juan Hill in Cuba during the 1898 Spanish-American War. Prominent figures during the assault; Historical significance of the assault; Details on how the assualt took place.
- T.R. takes charge. Hutton, Paul Andrew // American History;Aug98, Vol. 33 Issue 3, p30
Provides information on the participation of then Assistant Secretary of the Navy Theodore Roosevelt in the Spanish-American War in 1898. Background on the 1898 Spanish-American War; Roosevelt's efforts in pushing for war against Spain; His achievements in the war.
- 100 years after battle of San Juan African-American generals restore history. // New York Amsterdam News;07/16/98, Vol. 89 Issue 30, p20
Presents information on celebrations being held in the United States in 1998, to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the battle of San Juan Hill. Events to take place during this celebration; Comment from former West Point Regimental Commander Major General Hugh Robinson; Information of the...
- CHAPTER VII: SAN JUAN. Steward, T. G. // Colored Regulars in the United States Army;1/1/1904, p98
Chapter VII of the book "The Colored Regulars in the United States Army," by T. G. Steward is presented. It offers information on the battle of San Juan Hill in Cuba, the bloodiest and most famous battle of the Spanish-American War. It highlights the Ninth and Tenth Regiments of the Cavalry...
- CHAPTER VIII: SAN JUAN (Continued). Steward, T. G. // Colored Regulars in the United States Army;1/1/1904, p106
Chapter VIII of the book "The Colored Regulars in the United States Army," by T. G. Steward is presented. It highlights the Kent's Division of the U.S. Army in the battle of San Juan Hill in Cuba, the bloodiest and most famous battle of the Spanish-American War. It also discusses the performance...
- Reviewed with 100 years of hindsight, Theodore Roosevelt's... Guttman, Jon // Military History;Jun98, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p70
Reviews the book `The Rough Riders,' by Theodore Roosevelt.
- Last of the Rough Riders. Jones, V. C. // American Heritage;Aug1969, Vol. 20 Issue 5, p42
The article features Jesse Langdon, one of the last surviving veterans of the 1st U.S. Volunteer Cavalry Regiment during the Spanish-American War. Langdon who grew up in North Dakota was six years old when he met President Theodore Roosevelt. He was enlisted in Rough Riders shortly before his...
- Theodore Roosevelt. McGill, Sara Ann // Theodore Roosevelt;2005, p1
Presents a biography of Theodore Roosevelt, twenty-sixth president of the United States. Background and education; Early career in New York state politics; Formation of the 'Rough Riders' cavalry unit during the Spanish-American War; Details of Roosevelt's foreign and domestic policy during his...