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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verry weak and under the Doctors care and not duty Sam Hagen D Twist Wm Collins Jno Jones are also on the sick Book

Friday DEC 23/98
Weather beautiful and refreshing after a good Rain during the Night the Company goes through regular Routine of Buisnes we furnich as usual 7 private and 2 Noncom for Guard duty we also are told by the Captain that each man would
recieve 3.60 (illegible "mese" maybe) $1.80 this will be quiet a treath to us as we are all busted by this time the Insurgent are still making things rather unpleasant for us 50 men and Officer are kept buisy every day doing Outpost duty they are throwing up Entrenchment all around the City and at times are coming in close Range of our Outpost I believe something unpleasant for them will occour in the near future the same men remain on the sick Book and a few smal cases but they are on light duty
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