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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Wednesday April 5/99
we all spent a quiet Night and a nice Breese is blowing in the Morning many fellows from A. & B. Co Coriodore came up on the Train for a Visit and see the Sights I wrote 2 letters in the afternoon in the Evening C. & D. Cos went on Outpost every thing was quiet all day

Thursday April 6/99
the Night was spent quietly in our district but the 3d Artillery where
attaked in the Morning but the repulsed them in short Order 3 or 4 where wounded all Volunter Reg recieved 25 new Kraig Jorgeson Rifles for each company as the Springfield do in some cases not reach the Enemy

Friday April 7/99
the day was fine every thing is quiet on the line most of the Boys are hunting up Shade trees and spent most of the time reading it being too Hot to do
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