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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Nov 15/98 Tuesday
This is a beautifull day and for the first time in 5 days we are going through our regular routine of buisnes I went down the Bay after Meat but the Water is still to rough to permit us to goe out in a Leiter the Scandia left yesterday with a big Mail and some of our Sick Soldier on Board several Men from the Tenth are among them wich had a discharge and transportation Hustead Murphie and Rollin Wilson are on the sick List
Nov 16/98 Wednesday
This is another niece clear day and are able to goe through all drills we are able to get fresh Meat ashore we have 12 Men on Outpost and 2 Men on Brigade Guard Brown left the Kitchen on Monday and Basket took his place. Tucker Knight who has served 5 days in the Guard House and paid a fine of $3.00 is relieved Hustead Murphie and Wilson are on the sick List the Ball Game was postponed until some time later
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