Historical Dictionary of the Spanish American War

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Index
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Adams, Brooks, 1-2, 75
Adams, Henry, 2-3
Adee, Alvey Augustus, 3
Adjuntas, Puerto Rico, 3-4
Adjutant General, U.S. Army, 4-5, 88-89
Adula (ship), 5, 67
Agoncillo, Felipe, 5
Aguacate, Cuba, 5-6
Aguinaldo, Emilio, 6-7, 15, 18, 31, 68, 102, 118; instructions to Felipe Agoncillo, 5; relationship with Andrés Bonifacio, 47; renewed guerrilla war in Biak-Na-Bato, 41; support of Emilio Aguinaldo by United States, 351
Aibonito, Puerto Rico, 7-8, 45, 49, 68, 81, 82
Albany (ship), 8
Albéniz, Isaac, 109
Alcedo (ship), 77
Alejandrino, José, 8
Alfonso XIII (ship), 117, 217
Alger, Russell Alexander, 8-10, 24, 37, 48, 56, 84, 89, 127; management of army affairs, 22, 58-59; secretary of war, 300, 343-44
Allen, Charles Herbert, 10
Almendores (ship), 77
Almirante Abreu (ship). SeeAlbany
Almirante Oquendo (ship), 10-11, 50, 94, 128, 134, 167, 170, 322
Almodóvar del Río, Duque de, 11
Altamira y Crevea, Rafael, 109
Alvarado (ship), 11, 143
Amazonas (ship), 12, 236
American Federation of Labor, 12
American National Red Cross, 12-13, 36
Ammunition, 13-14, 73, 105, 345
Amphitrite (ship), 14, 45, 219, 226
Anderson, Thomas McArthur, 14-15, 57, 68, 118
André, Edouard, 15-16, 118
Angiolillo, Miguel, 16, 63
Annapolis (ship), 16-17, 188, 240
Anti-Imperialist League, 17, 27, 51, 181, 310
Antonio López (ship), 64-65, 217
Aragón (ship), 66
Araneta, Gregorio, 87
Arango, Clemencia, 17-18, 246
Arecibo, Puerto Rico, 18
Arellano, Cayetano, 18, 87
Arevalo, Bonifacio, 87
Armistice in Cuba, 18-19
Army, Cuban, 19-20
Army-Navy Rivalry, 11, 83-84, 100, 143
Army, Spanish, 20-21

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Table of contents

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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