Pennsylvania Volunteers
in the Spanish-American War


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PA Spanish American War

Biographies & Interviews of Soldiers and Nurses

Harry Brady
Served in the hospital trains

John Brown
Served in the Philippines

Albert Buttermore
Served in the Philippines

Samuel Clark

Thomas Critchfield
Wounded in the Philippines

Carlton Davidson
Regular Army

Harry Hay
Blacksmith at Luzon

Mary A. Koeller
A Regular Army Nurse from Philadelphia

Elizabeth R. Kratz
A nurse at Ft. Myer from Philadelphia

Samuel Kephart
West Point graduate

Louis McCormick
Surgeon in the Philippines

George Neff

Henry Robinson
West Point graduate

Duncan Sinclair
Served in Puerto Rico

Weller E. Stover
Court Martial of a 1st Lieutenant

Lewis Williams
Service in the Philippines Databases

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