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Spanish-American War Film Titles in LC

See a topical (chronological) list of the titles that are being digitized for the Spanish-American War in Motion Pictures presentation.
Admiral Dewey Landing at Gibralter
Admiral Dewey Leading Land Parade
Admiral Dewey Leading the Land Parade, no. 2
Admiral Dewey Passing Catholic Club Stand
Admiral Dewey Receiving the Washington and New York Committees
Admiral Dewey Taking Leave of Washington Committee on the U.S. Cruiser "Olympia"
Admiral Sampson on Board the Flagship
Advance Guard, Return of N.J. Troops
Advance of Kansas Volunteers at Caloocan
Aguinaldo's Navy
Battery B Arriving at Camp
Battery B Pitching Camp
Battery K Siege Guns
Burial of the "Maine" Victims
California Volunteers Marching to Embark
Capture of Trenches at Candaba [Candabar]
Close View of the "Brooklyn" Naval Parade
Colonel Funstan [i.e. Funston] Swimming the Baglag River
Colored Troops Disembarking
Cruiser "Cincinatti"
Cruiser "Detroit"
Cruiser "Marblehead"
Cuban Ambush
Cuban Refugees Waiting for Rations
Cuban Volunteers Embarking
Cuban Volunteers Marching for Rations
The Dandy Fifth
The Dewey Arch
Dewey Arch -- Troops Passing Under Arch
Dewey Parade, 10th Pennsylvania Volunteers
The Early Morning Attack
Excursion Boats, Naval Parade
Filipinos Retreat From Trenches
Flagship "New York"
The Fleet Steaming Up North River
General Lee's Procession, Havana
General Wheeler and Secretary Alger
"Glen Island" Accompanying Parade
Governor Roosevelt and Staff
An Historic Fleet
Landing of U.S. Troops Near Santiago
Loading Horses on Transport
Love and War
Major General Shafter
The "Massachusetts" Naval Parade
Military Camp at Tampa Taken From Train
Monitor "Terror"
Morning Colors on U.S. Cruiser "Raleigh"
Morro Castle, Havana Harbor
9th and 13th U.S. Infantry at Battalion Drill
9th Infantry Boys' Morning Wash
9th U.S. Cavalry Watering Horses
Observation Train Following Parade
Pack Mules With Ammunition on the Santiago Trail, Cuba
Packing Ammunition on Mules, Cuba
Panorama at Grant's Tomb, Dewey Naval Procession
Panoramic View of FloralFloat "Olympia"
Parade of Marines, U.S. Cruiser "Brooklyn"
Police Boats Escorting Naval Parade
President Roosevelt and the Rough Riders
Raising Old Glory Over Morro Castle
Return of 2nd Regiment of New Jersey
Return of Troop C. Brooklyn
Reviewing the "Texas" at Grant's Tomb
Roosevelt's Rough Riders
Roosevelt's Rough Riders Embarking for Santiago
Rout of the Filipinos
Sailors of Atlantic Fleet, Dewey Parade
Sampson-Schley Controversy [Parts 1 and 2 of 3]
Sampson and Schley Controversy -- Tea Party [Part 3 of 3]
Secretary Long and Captain Sigsbee
Seventh Regiment, N.Y.
71st New York Volunteers Embarking for Santiago
Shooting Captured Insurgents
Skirmish of Rough Riders
Soldiers Washing Dishes
Steamer "Mascotte" Arriving at Tampa
10th U.S. Infantry Disembarking From Cars
10th U.S. Infantry, 2nd Battalion Leaving Cars
The "Texas" Naval Parade
Trained Cavalry Horses
Transport Ships at Port Tampa
Transport "Whitney" Leaving Dock
Troop Ships for the Philippines
Troops at Evacuation of Havana
Troops Embarking at San Francisco
Troops Making Military Road in Front of Santiago
U.S. Battleship "Indiana"
U.S. Battleship "Iowa"
U.S. Battleship "Oregon"
U.S. Cavalry Supplies Unloading at Tampa, Florida
U.S. Cruiser "Brooklyn" Naval Parade
U.S. Cruiser "Nashville"
U.S. Cruiser "Olympia" Leading Naval Parade
U.S. Cruiser "Raleigh"
U.S. Infantry Supported by Rough Riders at El Caney
U.S. Troops and Red Cross in the Trenches Before Caloocan
U.S. Troops Landing at Daquiri, Cuba
Victorious Squadron Firing Salute
Wagon Supply Train En Route
War Correspondents
West Point Cadets
Wounded Soldiers Embarking in Row Boats
Wreck of the Battleship "Maine"
Wreck of the "Vizcaya"

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