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    • El Viso from South Southeast

    • Spanish-Cuban-American War, 1898 -- Trench warfare ;Fortification
    • Ruins of El Viso fort that took nearly a day for the U.S and Cuban troops to reduce during Lawton's attack on the well-defended village of El Caney. The fort is part of a park that commemorates the events of July 1898
    • El Caney from El Viso

    • Spanish-Cuban-American War, 1898 -- Trench warfare ;Fortification
    • A view of the town of El Caney from the ruins of the old Spanish fort of El Viso
    • Wreck of Oquendo

    • Spanish-Cuban-American War, 1898 ;Warships -- Spain ;Shipwrecks
    • Waves wash over one of the gun turrets of the Spanish ship Oquendo sunk by Admiral Sampson's fleet during the naval engagement of 1898. The defeat of the Spanish fleet was decisive and resulted in the capitualtion of the Spanish soon afterward
    • Scene of the great Battle-the Hill from below-San Juan, Cuba

    • Spanish-Cuban-American War, 1898 -- Battlefields
    • San Juan Hill - Scene of the great battle, riders at the base and crest of west side San Juan Hill, visible trench line? Text reads: Scene of the great Battle-the Hill from below-San Juan, Cuba. Copyright 1899 by Strohmeyer & Wyman. Underwood &...
    • Possible Spanish trenches at El Viso

    • Spanish-Cuban-American War, 1898 -- Trench warfare
    • The figures stand in and near a filled in feature that may be part of the original Spanish defensive trenches at El Viso. These entrenchments delayed the American assualt by several hours
    • From Spanish trench at El Viso across plain

    • Spanish-Cuban-American War, 1898 -- Trench warfare
    • The image shows the view the Spanish soldiers had from their entrenchments below El Viso fort toward the American assualt lines. The plain below the trenches has been modified, and was used as a baseball field at one time
    • Trench and cut on south side of El Viso

    • Spanish-Cuban-American War, 1898 -- Trench warfare ;Fortification
    • A filled feature, likely a Spanish defensive trench from the battle of El Viso and El Caney. Around 150 Spanish riflemen held off hundreds of American and Cuban soldiers for several hours before these well designed defenses were overrun
    • El Morro Santiago, Cuba, reverse

    • Spanish-Cuban-American War, 1898 ;Castillo del Morro (Santiago de Cuba, Cuba) ;Castles ;Fortification
    • Reverse of snapshot of the approach to El Morro. In pencil is the legend El Morro Santiago.
    • El Caney Santiago, reverse

    • Spanish-Cuban-American War, 1898 ;Fortification ;Buildings -- War damage
    • Reverse of undocumented snapshot of war damaged El Viso wall, written in pencil on reverse is El Caney Santiago.
    • El Caney Santiago

    • Spanish-Cuban-American War, 1898 ;Fortification ;Buildings -- War damage
    • Close-up view of the post-battle conditions of the base of the south wall of the Spanish fort of El Viso near El Caney.
    • El Morro Santiago Cuba

    • Spanish-Cuban-American War, 1898 ;Castillo del Morro (Santiago de Cuba, Cuba) ;Castles ;Fortification
    • Snapshot view of the landward approach to the Spanish Colonial fort El Morro.
    • Barracks San Juan Hill

    • Spanish-Cuban-American War, 1898 ;Barracks
    • Tent camp and barracks purportedly located on San Juan Hill during U.S. presence in Cuba between 1917-1919. Maybe US Marine Corps camp.
    • US Barracks, reverse

    • Spanish-Cuban-American War, 1898 ;Barracks
    • Handwriting reads: J H Smith. [unclear] 5th [unclear] Morro Castle Santiago De Cuba. July 10th 1900. First Building [unclear] Barracks In the distant is Morro and the Hospital the Light house and the Officers Quarters the Band. The Small Building...
    • St. John's Park and Trenches

    • Spanish-Cuban-American War, 1898 -- Trench warfare ;Soldiers -- United States
    • Text reads: "Trincheros" y Pargue de San Juan -- SANTIAGO DE CUBA -- St. John's Park and Trenches
    • Spanish Rifle Trench

    • Spanish-Cuban-American War, 1898 -- Trench warfare ;Soldiers -- United States
    • 5234 Spanish rifle trenches, San Juan Hill. Copyright 18[unclear] by C. H. Graves, Phila. C. H. Graves, Publisher and Gen'l Manager Philadelphia. U.S.A. Sold Only By Agents of The Universal Photo Art Co. Verso is blank

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