Historical Dictionary of the Spanish American War

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Chronology of the Spanish American War
1892 5 January José Martí establishes Cuban Revolutionary party
7 July Andrés Bonifacio forms Katipunan at Manila, Philippine
Islands.
1895 24 February Grito de Baire, the second Cuban revolution commences
12 June President Cleveland issues a proclamation of neutrality in the
Cuban Insurrection
1896 16 February Spain implements reconcentration policy in Cuba
9 August Great Britain foils Spain's attempt to form European support
of Spanish policies in Cuba
26 August Grito de Balintawak, the first cry of the Philippine
Revolution
7 December President Cleveland declares that the United States may take
action in Cuba if Spain fails to resolve the Cuban crisis
1897 4 March Inauguration of President McKinley
8 August Assassination of Spanish prime minister Cánovas forces
change in government
1 November Emilio Aguinaldo succeeds in creating Philippine
revolutionary constitution; Biak-na-Bato Republic formed
1898 1 January Spain grants limited autonomy to Cuba
9 FebruaryNew York Journal publishes Spanish minister Enrique Dupuy
de Lôme's letter critical of President McKinley
15 February U.S.S. Maine explodes in Havana Harbor
9 March Fifty Million Bill strengthening the U.S. military passes
Congress
17 March Redfield Proctor sways Congress and the American business
community toward war with Spain

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • Chronology of the Spanish American War xi
  • A 1
  • B 31
  • C 53
  • D 98
  • E 116
  • F 126
  • G 136
  • H 150
  • I 165
  • J 174
  • K 176
  • L 183
  • M 194
  • N 231
  • O 242
  • P 252
  • Q 272
  • R 273
  • S 286
  • T 316
  • U 331
  • V 334
  • W 341
  • Y 355
  • Z 360
  • Bibliographical Essay 363
  • Index 365
  • About the Editor and Contributors 377
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