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Selected Bibliography of Americans in the Philippines
[Brown, John Clifford]. Diary of a soldier in the Philippines. Portland, ME:
Privately Printed [by the Lakeside Press], 1901.
Condict, Alice Bryam. Old Glory and the Gospel in the
Philippines; notes gathered during professional and missionary work. New York:
F.H. Revell Co., 1902.
Coontz, Robert Edward. From the Mississippi to the
Sea. Philadelphia: Dorance & Company, INC., [c1930].
Cruz, E. Aguilar. The War in the Philippines as Reported by Two French Journalists
in 1899. Manila: National Historical Institute, 1985.
Dean, John Marvin. The Cross of Christ in Bolo-
Land. Chicago; New York: Fleming H. Revell Company, 1902.
Freeman, N. N. A Soldier in the Philippines. New York: F. T. Neely Co.,
Freer, William B. The Philippine Experiences of an
American Teacher: A Narrative of Work and Travel in the Philippine Islands. New York: C. Scribner's Sons, 1906.
Ganzhorn, John W. I've Killed Men; an epic of early
Arizona. New York: The Devin-Adair Company, 1959.
Haslam, Andrew J. Forty Truths and Other Truths. The Philippines Publishing
Isselhard, Jacob. The Filipino in Every-Day Life: An
interesting and instructive narrative of the personal observations of an American soldier during
the late Philippine Insurrection. [Chicago]: The author, 1904.
Jenks, Maud Huntley. Death Stalks the Philippine Wilds:
Letters of Maud Huntley Jenks. Minneapolis: The Lund Press, [c1951].
Lininger, Clarence. The Best War at the
Time. New York: R. Speller, 1964.
Moses, Edith. Unofficial Letters of an Official's
Wife. New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1908.
Potter, David. Sailing the Sulu Sea; Belles and Bandits in the Philippines. New York: E.P. Dutton and Co., 1940.
Sonnichsen, Albert. Ten months a captive among
Filipinos; being a narrative of adventure and observation during imprisonment on the island of
Luzon. New York: C. Scribner's Sons, 1901.
Telfer, George F. Manila Envelopes: Oregon Volunteer Lt. George F. Telfner's
Spanish-American War letters. Portland Oregon: Oregon Historical Society Press,
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