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Buffalo Soldiers

.... Elements of both regiments fought in Cuba during the War with Spain and participated in the famous charge on San Juan Hill. Troopers ....

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California

.... Nine days later gold was discovered at Sutter's hill. .... The San Diego Bay area was sighted and named San Miguel in 1542 by Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo, a ....

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THEODORE ROOSEVELT

.... They were one of the first regiments to land in Cuba, and their greatest victory was the taking over of San Juan Hill, that would later lead them to Santiago. ....

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America in the 20th Century

.... era. When President Teddy Roosevelt left the White House to lead the charge on San Juan Hill, it was a dramatic moment. The Spanish ....

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theodore roosevelt

.... Rough Riders". He took command of the unit in Cuba and made himself a hero when he led a bold charge up San Juan hill. In late summer ....

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Teddy Roosevelt

.... Calvary - the "Rough Riders¢. He led the Rough Riders in a heroic charge up Kettle Hill in the battle for San Juan. As head of the ....

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Role of AfroCubans in the War of Independence

.... Such a rewriting of history is certainly not unique and finds parallels in Roosevelt's depiction of the Rough Riders' 'triumph' at San Juan Hill (Kaplan 1993). ....

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Theodore Roosevelt The Best President

.... Leonard Wood as: Colonel Roosevelt, accompanied only by four or five men, led a very desperate and extremely gallant charge on San Juan Hill, thereby setting a ....

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Aviation

.... and machine to the top of a hill and fly .... Its owner, Juan Terry Tripple had such success he expand .... and began in 1971, serviceing Dallas, Houston and San Antonio ....

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The Rough Riders

The Rough Riders' charge up San Juan Hill on July 1,1898 was the most famous moment of the Spanish-American War, a conflict that has come down in history as "a ....

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The spanish american war

.... The significant American ground victories at Las Gu ´simas and San Juan Hill showed that the US also had a strong and effective army. ....

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The spanish american war

.... The significant American ground victories at Las Gu ´simas and San Juan Hill showed that the US also had a strong and effective army. ....

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rough riders

.... Although Roosevelt and his units played only a minor role in the second victory, American newspapers declared him the hero of San Juan Hill. ....

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Spanish-American War

.... On July 1, 1898 the Rough Riders and a black regiment along with others fought the Spanish at what became known as the battle on San Juan Hill. ....

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America in the 20th Century

.... era. When President Teddy Roosevelt left the White House to lead the charge on San Juan Hill, it was a dramatic moment. The Spanish ....

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The spanish american war

.... The significant American ground victories at Las Gu´simas and San Juan Hill showed that the US also had a strong and effective army. ....

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The spanish american war

.... The significant American ground victories at Las Gu´simas and San Juan Hill showed that the US also had a strong and effective army. ....

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Spanish-American War

.... On July 1, 1898 the Rough Riders and a black regiment along with others fought the Spanish at what became known as the battle on San Juan Hill. ....

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bc earthquake

.... Hill-Tout (1978) records a Cowichan tradition of strong .... the Ring of Fire as the unstable Juan De Fuca .... earthquake like Northridge, Loma Prieta, and San Francisco ....

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Theodore Roosevelt

.... we became known nationwide as the "Rough Riders.¢ My regiment led a charge up Kettle Hill, which was controlled by a Spanish blockhouse on San Juan Hill. ....

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Mexican Revolution

.... to obtain title to the remaining hill-sides still .... (Brenner) January 1911 - Federal General Juan Navarro launches .... Carranza meets with Madero in San Antonio Texas ....

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The Spanish American War: Under the Red Cross Book Review

.... He was there when Colonel Roosevelt charged up San Juan Hill with his Rough Riders. Ordered back to the fleet, he sails to Puerto Rico with General Miles. ....

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Theodore Roosevelt

.... Riders". After heavy fighting by the Rough Riders at El Caney and San Juan Hill, the Spanish surrendered and the war was over. The ....

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Alcatraz

.... federal prison on Alcatraz Island in San Francisco Bay .... When Lieutenant Juan Manuel de Ayala explored the island .... The Mail Hill Tower was connected to the prison ....

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Theodore Roosevelt, The Man, The Myth, The Legend

.... that African Americans, Native Americans, or Asians were equal to whites, ignoring the courageous role that black troops played at the Battle of San Juan Hill. ....

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