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A civilian in Lawton's 1899 Philippine campaign : the letters of Robert D. Carter / edited by Michael E. Shay.

By: Carter, Robert Dexter, 1876-1926Contributor(s): Shay, Michael E, 1945-Material type: TextTextSeries: American military experience seriesPublisher: Columbia, Missouri ; London : University of Missouri Press, [2013]Copyright date: ©2013Description: 1 online resource (xii, 197 pages) : illustrations, portraitsContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780826273055; 082627305XOther title: Letters of Robert D. CarterSubject(s): Carter, Robert Dexter, 1876-1926 -- Correspondence | Carter, Robert Dexter, 1876-1926 -- Travel -- Philippines | Lawton, Henry Ware, 1843-1899 | Lawton, Henry Ware, 1843-1899 | Lawton, Henry Ware, 1843-1899 | Carter, Robert Dexter, 1876-1926 | Philippines -- History -- Philippine American War, 1899-1902 -- Personal narratives | Philippines -- Description and travel | HISTORY -- United States -- State & Local -- General | Travel | Philippines | Regions & Countries - Asia & the Middle East | History & Archaeology | East Asia | Philipipnes -- History -- 19th century | Philippines -- History -- Philippine American War, 1889-1902 | Philipipnes -- History -- 19th century | Philippines -- History -- Philippine American War, 1889-1902 | Asia, Southeastern | Collected Works | History, Modern 1601- | Humanities | Social Problems | Occupational Groups | Asia | Sociology | Publication Formats | Persons | Named Groups | Social Sciences | Geographic Locations | Publication Characteristics | Anthropology, Education, Sociology and Social Phenomena | Geographicals | Military Personnel | Armed Conflicts | Collected Correspondence | History, 19th Century | History | Philippines | Armed Conflicts | History, 19th Century | Military Personnel -- history | History, 19th Century -- Philippines -- Collected Correspondence | Military Personnel -- history -- Philippines -- Collected Correspondence | War -- Philippines -- Collected Correspondence | Philippines | Philippine American War (Philippines : 1899-1902) | 1899-1902Genre/Form: Electronic books. | Electronic book. | Collected Correspondence. | History. | Personal narratives. | Personal correspondence. | Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Civilian in Lawton's 1899 Philippine campaignDDC classification: 973.894 LOC classification: DS679 | .C37 2013ebOnline resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Introduction -- The diary -- January-February 1899 -- March 1899 -- April-May 1899 -- June-July 1899 -- August 1899 -- September 1899 -- Epilogue.
Summary: In the midst of the Philippine-American War, twenty-two-year-old Robert Dexter Carter served in Manila as a civilian quartermaster clerk. Through his letters to his family, he provided a vivid picture of army life in Manila - the sights, the smells, and his responses to the native culture. In addition to his letters, his diary and several related articles present a firsthand account of the historic voyage of the United States Army Transport Grant through the Suez Canal to Manila in early 1899. Carter's writings not only tell of his sometimes harrowing experiences, but also reveal the aspirations and fears of a young man not quite sure of his next steps on life's journey.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 187-191) and index.

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Introduction -- The diary -- January-February 1899 -- March 1899 -- April-May 1899 -- June-July 1899 -- August 1899 -- September 1899 -- Epilogue.

In the midst of the Philippine-American War, twenty-two-year-old Robert Dexter Carter served in Manila as a civilian quartermaster clerk. Through his letters to his family, he provided a vivid picture of army life in Manila - the sights, the smells, and his responses to the native culture. In addition to his letters, his diary and several related articles present a firsthand account of the historic voyage of the United States Army Transport Grant through the Suez Canal to Manila in early 1899. Carter's writings not only tell of his sometimes harrowing experiences, but also reveal the aspirations and fears of a young man not quite sure of his next steps on life's journey.

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