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    • Olga  Portunda Zuzigna and Peter Bleed at Centennial monument

    • Spanish-Cuban-American War, 1898 -- Monuments
    • Dr. Peter Bleed, University of Nebraska-Lincoln and Dr. Olga Portunda, Santiago City Historian stand next to a monument that commemorates the centennial of the Spanish-Cuban-American War on San Juan Heights. Erected to the memory of all who fought...
    • Cuban mambi monument

    • Spanish-Cuban-American War, 1898 -- Monuments
    • Memorial on San Juan Heights to the Cuban Mambis or soldiers who fought the Spanish during the independence war of 1895-1898
    • Cuban Monument at El Viso detail

    • Spanish-Cuban-American War, 1898 -- Monuments
    • The plaque on the Cuban monument at El Viso. This plaque tells the story of a Cuban officer killed during the battle for the fort. The Cuban role in the war is often neglected in U.S. histories, but is an important part of the story
    • El Viso monument

    • Spanish-Cuban-American War, 1898 -- Monuments ;Fortification
    • The runis of the old Spanish fort of El Viso. This area was the site of intense fighting btween U.S and Cuban forces and the Spanish army during July 1, 1898
    • Army of the Society of Santiago plaque at El Viso

    • Spanish-Cuban-American War, 1898 -- Monuments ;Fortification
    • The plaque on the monument at El Viso commemorates the battle fought there and at El Caney. The plaque was placed by the Society of Santiago, a U.S. veterans group whose members served in Cuban during the war of 1898
    • El Viso 1928 monument

    • Spanish-Cuban-American War, 1898 -- Monuments ;Fortification
    • Monument to the Battle of El Caney and El Viso at the old Spanish fort of El Viso. The monument, capped by an 18th century Spanish cannon, was dediciated by the Society of the Army of Santiago in 1928 during the 30th anniversary of the war
    • 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
    • 71st New York volunteer monument

    • Spanish-Cuban-American War, 1898 -- Monuments ;United States. Army. New York Infantry Regiment, 71st (Militia), (1852- )
    • Monument on San Juan Height commemorating the role of the 71st New York Volunteer Infantry in the taking of the Spanish defenses on July 1, 1898
    • Katherin Tingle monument to Rough Riders on 13 and 14 streets

    • Spanish-Cuban-American War, 1898 -- Monuments ;United States. Army. Volunteer Cavalry, 1st.
    • U.S. citizen Katernin Tingle had this monument to the 1st U.S. Volunteer Cavalry erected on the corners of the 13th and 14th streets in Santiago near the site of the Rough Riders camp and entrenchments they used after assisting in the taking of San...

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