The Official Records of the Oregon Volunteers in the Spanish War and Philippine Insurrection

Compiled by Brigadier General C.U. Gantenbein, Former Adjutant General, State of Oregon, and late Major Second Oregon U.S. Volunteer Infantry

Salem, Oregon

J.R. Whitney, State Printer, 1903

 

Field, Staff, and Band

Company C

Company F

Company I

Company M

Company A

Company D

Company G

Company K

Battery A

Company B

Company E

Company H

Company L

Battery B

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Reports of Maj. Gen. E.S. Otis, U.S.V., commanding Department of the Pacific and Eighth Army Corps, Military Governor in the Philippine Islands

Report of Brig. Gen. Irving Hale, U.S.V., Commanding Second Brigade, Second Division, Eighth Army Corps, of Operations of his Brigade near Waterworks, February 6 to 9, 1899

Report of Col. John M. Stotsenburg, First Nebraska U.S. Volunteer Infantry, of Operations near Pumping Station, dated February 25, 1899

Report of Capt. R.H. Barber, Second Oregon U.S. Volunteer Infantry, of Reconnaissance along Mariquina Road, dated February 25, 1899

Report of Second Lieut. Charles A. Murphy, Second Oregon U.S. Volunteer Infantry, Commanding Hotchkiss and Gatling Battery, of Reconnaissance along Mariquina Road, dated February 24, 1899

Report of Brig. Gen. R. P. Hughes, U.S.V., Provost Marshal General in Manila, of Fires and Accompanying Events that Occurred February 22 and 23, 1899

Report of Maj. G.A. Goodall, Twenty-third U.S. Infantry, of Pursuit of Insurgents in Tondo, February 23, 1899

Report of Capt. J.M. Poorman, Second Oregon U.S. Volunteer Infantry, of Pursuit of Insurgents in Tondo, February 23, 1899

Reports of Capt. R.E. Davis, Second Oregon U.S. Volunteer Infantry, of Pursuit of Insurgents in Tondo, February 23, 1899

Report of Maj. Percy Willis, Second Oregon U.S. Volunteer Infantry, of Pursuit of Insurgents in Tondo, February 23, 1899

Report of Brig. Gen. Loyd Wheaton, U.S.V., of Operations along the Pasig River, March 13 to 19, 1899

Report of Col. O. Summers, Second Oregon U.S. Volunteer Infantry, of Operations His of Regiment, March 24 to 31, 1899

Report of Maj. Gen. H.W. Lawton, U.S.V., of San Isidro or Northern Expedition, April 22 to May 30, 1899

Report of Brevet Maj. J.F. Case, Second Oregon U.S. Volunteer Infantry, Acting Engineer Officer, First Division, Eighth Army Corps, April 27 to May 31, 1899

Report of Maj. Herbert W. Cardwell, U.S.V., Chief Surgeon, First Division, Eighth Army Corps, April 21 to May 30, 1899

Report of Brevet Brig. Gen. O. Summers, Second Oregon U.S. Volunteer Infantry, Commanding Provisional Brigade, First Division, Eighth Army Corps, April 22 to May 25, 1899

Report of Maj. P.G. Eastwick, Jr., Second Oregon U.S. Volunteer Infantry, of Reconnaissance near Angat, April 26, 1899

Report of Col. O. Summers, Second Oregon U.S. Volunteer Infantry, of Operation of Provisional Brigade near Marunco, April 29, 1899

Report of Col. O. Summers, Second Oregon U.S. Volunteer Infantry, Commanding Provisional Brigade, of Capture of San Rafael May 1, 1899

Report of Lieut. Col. George O. Yoran, Commanding Second Oregon U.S. Volunteer Infantry, of Capture of San Antonio, May 19, 1899

Telegram of Maj. Gen. H.W. Lawton, U.S.V., Reporting Capture of San Antonio, dated May 21, 1899

Report of Maj. Gen. H.W. Lawton, U.S.V., of Expedition to the Province of Morong, June 2 to 8, 1899

Report of Brig. Gen. Robert H. Hall, U.S.V., Commanding Third Brigade, Second Division, Eighth Army Corps, of Operations of his brigade on Morong Expedition, June 2 to 8, 1899

Report of Brig. Gen. Robert H. Hall, H.S.V., Commanding Third Brigade, Second Division, Eighth Army Corps of Operations of his brigade on Morong Expedition, June 2 to 7, 1899.

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