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The Fight for Santiago. The "Rough Riders" charging up the San Juan Hill, July 1st, and driving the Spanish from their entrenchments. Illustration from McClure's, October 1898

The Fight for Santiago. The "Rough Riders" charging up the San Juan Hill, July 1st, and driving the Spanish from their entrenchments. Illustration from McClure's, October 1898

Teddy Roosevelt and his "Rough Riders" atop San Juan Hill... July 1898.

Teddy Roosevelt and his "Rough Riders" atop San Juan Hill... July 1898.[640x517]

rough riders cavalry painting | Thread: Buffalo Soldiers at San Juan Hill 1898

rough riders cavalry painting | Thread: Buffalo Soldiers at San Juan Hill 1898

Spanish-American War: 25th Infantry and the Rough Riders at San Juan Hill, 1898

Spanish-American War: 25th Infantry and the Rough Riders at San Juan Hill, 1898

Teddy Roosevelt & The Charge of the Rough Riders at the Battle of San Juan Heights - https://www.warhistoryonline.com/featured/teddy-roosevelt-charge-rough-riders-battle-san-juan-heights.html

Teddy Roosevelt & The Charge of the Rough Riders at the Battle of San Juan Heights - https://www.warhistoryonline.com/featured/teddy-roosevelt-charge-rough-riders-battle-san-juan-heights.html

A black and white photo of a painting done in 1898 of Theodore Roosevelt fighting with the Rough Riders in the Spanish American War.

A black and white photo of a painting done in 1898 of Theodore Roosevelt fighting with the Rough Riders in the Spanish American War.

brooklyn. #2: The U.S.S. Brooklyn fought off the Spanish ship the Cristobal Colon and played an important part in the sea fight off the coast of Santiago on July 3, 1898.

brooklyn. #2: The U.S.S. Brooklyn fought off the Spanish ship the Cristobal Colon and played an important part in the sea fight off the coast of Santiago on July 3, 1898.

This is the regimental standard of the 1st U.S. Volunteer Cavalry, better known as the "Rough Riders." The flag was used at San Juan Hill. It is based on the Model 1887 Regular Army cavalry flag, and was hand paimted by Horstman Brothers of Philadelphia.

This is the regimental standard of the 1st U.S. Volunteer Cavalry, better known as the "Rough Riders." The flag was used at San Juan Hill. It is based on the Model 1887 Regular Army cavalry flag, and was hand paimted by Horstman Brothers of Philadelphia.

San Juan Hill - The Sortie of the Spanish fleet at the battle of Santiago

San Juan Hill - The Sortie of the Spanish fleet at the battle of Santiago

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