From Yauco to Las Marias a Recent Campaign in Puerto Rico by the Independent Regular Brigade Under the Command of Brig. General Schwan


CHAPTER I The Independent Regular Brigade Place of meeting Forces comprised by the command Why we were not like the Volunteers Characteristics of the professional soldier Sketches of the more important officers What we were ordered to do. Yauco, the place selected by General Miles as a rendezvous for the troops of the Independent Regular Brigade, is a town of about 15,000 inhabitants, and some six miles distant from Guanica. It is connected both by rail and wagon-road with Ponce, the largest city on the island, and is noted ...

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