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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to the Right for about 400 Miles where we came to a halt just in Front of us we seen about 300 Insurgent wich where verry much surprised at this time General Hale apeared and ordered Comp I & C to march to the rear of the prison and in this Way surrounded them and told them to move back wich the did later on at 3 pm. we where relived by Co E christopher and Lewis are on the sick List Sept 11/98 Sunday
this is a beautifull day here we are on Guard at the prison we have had fresh Meat for Dinner and beans the Captain and Leut. C Howard went over to Cavite to see Crable and took 2 letters for him along the learned that he was much worse but he was able to read the letters and the Captain asked him if he should answer them for him but he said no he that to able enough himself in a few days to write Liut. Howard stayed there
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