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Sunday, October 31, 2004


: . Recuerdos de Patay

Photographs of the Filipino American War dead from the Center for Southeast Asian Studies, University of Wisconsin-Madison; the Special Collections Library, University of Michigan; the US Library of Congress; and the US National Archives:

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"Dead insurgents killed in one rice paddy when attempting to escape from a trench defending the railroad bridge south of Polo. Near Polo, Bulacan -- 1899"
Special Collections Library, University of Michigan.


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"Insurgent prisoners guarded by American soldiers bearing insurgent dead. North of Malinta, Bulacan province -- 1899."
Special Collections Library, University of Michigan.


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"Dead insurgent near Caloocan. Rizal province -- 1899."
Special Collections Library, University of Michigan.


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"U.S. soldiers dig a grave for a fallen Filipino enemy, 1899/Burial of the enemy."
U.S. Library of Congress/Center for Southeast Asian Studies, University of Wisconsin--Madison.


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"Insurgent dead in entrenchments, Bagbag, [4 April] 1899/Entrenchments and insurgent dead north side of river after battle of Bagbag."
U.S. National Archives/Center for Southeast Asian Studies, University of Wisconsin--Madison.


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"Dead soldiers lie on a battlefield while American soldiers rest nearby, 1899/A sacrifice to Aguinaldo's ambition -- behind the Filipino trenches after the Battle of Malabon."
U.S. Library of Congress/Center for Southeast Asian Studies, University of Wisconsin--Madison.


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"Dead insurgents, Manila, 1899-1901/Insurgents dead just as they fall, Santa Ana."
U.S. National Archives/Center for Southeast Asian Studies, University of Wisconsin--Madison.


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"Dead Filipino soldiers lie where they fell, 1899/Insurgents dead as they fall."
U.S. Library of Congress/Center for Southeast Asian Studies, University of Wisconsin--Madison.

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