Spanish-American War



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Y/M/D Description Place
1897/01/04 Stephen Crane in a small dinghy with several crewmen sight Ponce de Leon Inlet Light and steer for the Mosquito Inlet Light. Ponce De Leon Inlet Lightstation, Ponce de Leon Inlet
1897/12/00 Fearing for the safety of Americans in Cuba, US Consul Fitzhugh Lee request a warship to be station in Key West in case of violent unrest.
1898/00/00 Frederic Remington serves as a war correspondent for William Randolph Hearst's New York Journal in Cuba during the Spanish-American War.
1898/02/15 An explosion on the USS Maine sinks the battleship in Havana Harbor, killing 266 people. A gun salvaged from the Maine is in Fort Allen Park in the Eastern Promenade, Portland, Maine. Eastern Promenade, Portland
1898/02/15 An explosion on the USS Maine sinks the battleship in Havana Harbor, killing 266 people. A gun salvaged from the Maine is in Fort Allen Park in the Eastern Promenade, Portland, Maine. Havana, Cuba
1898/02/15 Damaged by debris from the explosion on the USS Maine, the CITY OF WASHINGTON rescues the survivors of the Maine. Havana, Cuba
1898/02/15 Damaged by debris from the explosion on the USS Maine, the CITY OF WASHINGTON rescues the survivors of the Maine. City of Washington (shipwreck), Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary
1898/05/15 Theodore Roosevelt resigns his post as Assistant Secretary of the Navy, leaves Washington and joins Colonel Leonard Wood's First US Volunteer Cavalry, known as the Rough Riders. Eisenhower Executive Office Building, Washington, DC
1898/06/28 American cruiser USS Yosemite battles a squadron of Spanish warships. With a cargo of military supplies, Antonio Lopez is ran aground at Ensenada Honda. Capt Ramon Acha Caamano was able to nearly the entire cargo for the Spanish. SS ANTONIO LOPEZ Shipwreck Site and Remains, Dorado

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