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Memo from Secretary of State William R. Day to the Secretary of Navy regarding President McKinley's naval blockade of... - NARA - 300274

Memo from Secretary of State William R. Day to the Secretary of Navy r...

Scope and content: This memo acknowledes President McKinley's naval blockade of Cuba and Puerto Rico.

Spanish troops leaving Mayagüez, Puerto Rico, to engage the American forces at Hormiguero, Puerto Rico, 08-10-1898 - NARA - 533437

Spanish troops leaving Mayagüez, Puerto Rico, to engage the American f...

General notes: Use War and Conflict Number 296 when ordering a reproduction or requesting information about this image.

Soldiers-playing-with-dice

Soldiers-playing-with-dice

Shows soliders playing some sort of dice game, probably in Ballaja Barracks.

American ships bombarding San Juan, 5-12-1898

American ships bombarding San Juan, 5-12-1898

The bombardment of San Juan de Puerto Rico, May 12, 1898. From Harper's Pictorial History of the War with Spain, Vol. II, published by Harper and Brothers in 1899.

US troopships and convoy at Playa de Ponce, 1898

US troopships and convoy at Playa de Ponce, 1898

Troopships and convoy at Playa de Ponce, Puerto Rico. From p. 394 of Harper's Pictorial History of the War with Spain, Vol. II, published by Harper and Brothers in 1899.

USS Detroit (C-10) silences Cañuela Battery, 5-28-1898

USS Detroit (C-10) silences Cañuela Battery, 5-28-1898

The USS Detroit silences Cañuela Battery From Harper's Pictorial History of the War with Spain, Vol. II, published by Harper and Brothers in 1899.

USS Porter (TB-6) engaging batteries off San Juan

USS Porter (TB-6) engaging batteries off San Juan

USS Porter engaging batteries off San Juan From Harper's Pictorial History of the War with Spain, Vol. II, published by Harper and Brothers in 1899.

Bombardeo de San Juan

Bombardeo de San Juan

Bombardeo del Castillo del Morro (Sab Juan de Puerto Rico) durante la Guerra Hispano-estadounidense (1898)