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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Oct 12/98 Wednesday
It has being a very nice day until 4 pm sins then it has raigned steady and it looks as it will Keep up all night Co C was relieved from Guard at 7 am we are resting all day we have Pork and Beans for Dinner and Beef and Rice Soup for Supper we have our new Lambs fixed up in our Quarters. our Patrol has Order to stop every one from selling on the Streets without Licens Christopher Twtis Knotts Baird Miller and Dougherty are on the sick List
Oct 13/98 Thursday
This has being a wed day it is poring down continusly we do verry little duty we have medical Examination 8 of them did not pass this peculiar "Exam" we have dressparade and Inspection of Arms and recieve a pair of Government Shoes and 3 pair of Socks each it is still raigned Christopher Twist Knotts Miller Daugherty and Georg Conn are on the Sick List
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