History of Negro Soldiers in the Spanish-American War, And Other Items of Interest by Edward A. Johnson

History of Negro Soldiers in the Spanish-American War, And Other Items of Interest

byEdward A. Johnson

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CONTENTS
CHAPTER I
The Cause of The War With Spain—The Virginius Affair—General Fitzhugh Lee—Belligerent Rights to Insurgents—Much Money and Time Spent by United States—Spain Tries to Appease Public Sentiment—Weyler "The Butcher"—Resolutions by Congress Favoring Insurgents—Insurgents Gain by—General Antonio Maceo—The Spirit of Insurgents at Maceo's Death—Jose Maceo—Weyler's Policy—Miss Cisneros' Rescue—Appeal for her—Spain and Havana Stirred by American Sentiment—Battle Ship Maine—Official Investigation of Destruction of—Responsibility for—Congress Appropriates $50,000,000 for National Defence—President's Message—Congress Declares War—Resolution Signed by President—Copy of Resolution Sent Minister Woodford—Fatal Step for Spain—American Navy.
CHAPTER II
Beginning of Hostilities—Colored Hero in the Navy.
CHAPTER III
Sergeant Major Pullen of Twenty-fifth Infantry Describes the Conduct of Negro Soldiers Around El Caney—Its Station Before the Spanish American War and Trip to Tampa, Florida—The Part it Took in the Fight at El Caney—Buffalo Troopers, the Name by Which Negro Soldiers are Known—The Charge of the "Nigger Ninth" on San Juan Hill.
CHAPTER IV
Colonel Theodore B. Roosevelt on the Colored Soldiers—Colonel Roosevelt's Error—Jacob A. Riis Compliments Negro Soldiers-General Nelson A. Miles Compliments Negro Soldiers—Cleveland Moffitt Compliments the Negro Soldiers—President McKinley Promotes Negro Soldiers—General Thomas J. Morgan on Negro Officers.
CHAPTER V
Many Testimonials in Behalf of Negro Soldiers—A Southerner's Statement—Reconciliation—Charleston News and Courier—Good Marksmanship at El Caney—Their Splendid Courage; Fought Like Tigers— Never Wavered—What Army Officers say—Acme of Bravery-Around Santiago—Saved the Life of his Lieutenant, but Lost his own—"Black Soldier Boys," New York Mail and Express—They Never Faltered—The Negro Soldier; His Good-heartedness—Mrs. Porter's Ride—Investment of Santiago and Surrender—Killed and Wounded.
CHAPTER VI
No Color Line in Cuba—A Graphic Description—American Prejudice Cannot Exist There—A Catholic Priest Vouches for it—Colored Belles—War Began—Facts About Porto Rico.
CHAPTER VII
List of Colored Regiments that did Active Service in the Spanish American War—A List of the Volunteer Regiments—Full Account of the Troubles of the Sixth Virginia—Comments on the Third North Carolina Regiment.
CHAPTER VIII
General Items of Interest to the Race—Miss Alberta Scott—Discovery of the Games Family—Colored Wonder on the Bicycle—Negro Millionaire Found at Last—Uncle Sam's Money Sealer—Paul Lawrence Dunbar, the Negro Poet—Disfranchisement of Colored Voters.
CHAPTER IX
Some Facts About the Filipinos—Who Aguinaldo is—Facts from Felipe Agoncillo's Article.
CHAPTER X
Resume—Why the American Government Does not Protect its Colored Citizens-States Rights—Mobocracy Supreme—The Solution of the Negro Problem is Mainly in the Race's Own Hands—The South a Good Place for the Negro, Provided he can be Protected.

 

Title:History of Negro Soldiers in the Spanish-American War, And Other Items of InterestFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:August 31, 2013Publisher:VolumesOfValueLanguage:English

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