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    • Arbol de la Paz

    • Spanish-Cuban-American War, 1898 -- Peace ;Arbol de la Paz (Santiago de Cuba, Cuba) ;Batteries (Ordnance)
    • Arbol de la Paz with fence, cannon, no mortars. Text reads: Arbol de la Paz Peace Tree Santiago de Cuba-Cuba
    • Captain Capron's Battery in Action

    • Spanish-Cuban-American War, 1898 ;Soldiers -- United States ;Batteries (Ordnance)
    • Glass Slide - Captain Capron's Battery in Action; Negative made by J.H. Hare for Collier's Weekly; Department of Public Instruction, American Museum of Natural History, Central Park, N.Y. City; Manufactured under the direction of Prof. Albert S....
    • 3.2 inch breech loading cannon, No. 1 Proof gun

    • Spanish-Cuban-American War, 1898 ;Batteries (Ordnance) ;Weapons
    • Model 1892 Breechloading cannon located on San Juan Heights as part of the memorial to the Spanish-Cuban-American War and the 1895 Cuban Revolution. The cannon is marked No. 1 Proof Gun
    • Krupp 75mm cannon

    • Spanish-Cuban-American War, 1898 ;Batteries (Ordnance) ;Weapons
    • A 75mm Krupp made cannon of the type used by the Spanish army during the defense of Santigao. The cannon is in the Spanish-Cuban-American War museum near Siboney
    • View of El Viso

    • Spanish-Cuban-American War, 1898 ;Fortification ;Batteries (Ordnance)
    • The old Spanish fort of El Viso outside of the village of El Caney is park today. The stablized ruins of the fort, which was the target of U.S. artillery shelling during the battle of El Caney, is well preserved and local attraction
    • Spanish colonial cannon monument at El Viso

    • Spanish-Cuban-American War, 1898 -- Monuments ;Fortification ;Batteries (Ordnance)
    • This monument, mounting a Spanish colonial era cannon, sits atop El Viso. The monument was erected by the veterans organization, The Society of the Army of Santiago in comemoration of the U.S. and Cuban victory there
    • U.S. 8 inch siege mortar -- 1862

    • Spanish-Cuban-American War, 1898 ;Batteries (Ordnance) ;Weapons
    • A U.S. Civil War 8 inch siege mortar. The mortar is part of the monument at the site of the Surrender or Peace Tree near Santiago
    • Cannon from Reina Mercedes at San Juan Heights

    • Spanish-Cuban-American War, 1898 ;Batteries (Ordnance) ;Weapons
    • This gun, from the Spanish ship Reina Mercedes, is now part of the memorials on San Juan Heights. The guns were removed from the ship and used by the Spanish to defend the approaches to Santiago during the war. A gun like this shelled U.S. troops...
    • 1892 BL No. 1 proof gun

    • Spanish-Cuban-American War, 1898 ;Batteries (Ordnance) ;Weapons
    • Model 1892 Breechloading Cannon of the type used by U.S. artillerymen during the battles. This gun, used as a memorial, is marked No. 1 Proof Gun for the improved breech system
    • Blockhouse and 3.2 inch guns on San Juan Heights

    • Spanish-Cuban-American War, 1898 ;Batteries (Ordnance) ;Weapons ;Blockhouses
    • The most visible feature on San Juan Heights is this reconstrcuted Spanish blockhouse flanked by Spanish and U.S. artillery pieces. It is the focal point for the comemoration of the July 1, 1898 battle
    • 1768 cannon at El Viso

    • Spanish-Cuban-American War, 1898 ;Batteries (Ordnance) ;Weapons ;Fortification
    • Spanish cannon used as a static exhibit and memorial at the El Viso fort near the town of El Caney

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