John Henry Asendorf in uniform The War Diary of John Henry Asendorf
The Story of a Pennsylvania Volunteer during the Spanish-American War in the Philippines and the Philippine American War

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10 men where send to Camp I was among we brought up most of the Camp Material the old Camp looks verry much deserted chistopher Shanaberger Collins and Cullinus remained on the Sick List

Aug 19/98 Friday
This is a fine day and we are having 3 good Meals Buiscit and fresh Meat we are still guarding the prisoner 1600 of them good many of these are in for refusing to serve the spanich Army
nothing new this day the same 4 men are on the sick List

August 20/98 Saturday
the Weather is pretty and when not on duty we can go around the City and see the Sights wich are verry interesting the Captain who was back in Camp to day reports that the Insurgent have occupied our Entrenchment and as we goe into the City we can see the Spanich moving their Families and Furniture back into the City wich I exspect the had deserted previous the
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