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From Iowa to the Philippines

This book explains the history of Company M, 51st Iowa Infantry Volunteers during the war in the Philippines. Table of contents include chapters on the volunteers' organization, the death of Darwin R. Merritt, events leading to the war, different military camps, and the volunteers' experience in the Philippines. For any use other than instructional resources, please check with the organization that owns this item regarding copyright restrictions.
Author
Publisher
Thomas D. Murphy Co.
Publishing Place
Red Oak, IA
Year
1900
U.S. Chronology
Iowa History Eras
Early & Late Date
1895 to 1905
Resources & Additional Info
Resource and Text Available Here This book can be related to the following standards: Standard SS.6.23 Compare Iowa to World: A lesson on soldier life in the Philippines compared to life in Iowa could be created. Standard SS-WH.9-12.26 Iowans Influence World History and Standard SS-US.9-12.2 Iowans Influence US History: A lesson on how Iowans in the war influenced US history and World history could be created. Their influence can come from their actions in the Philippines.