To Conquer or Redeem? The Spanish-Cuban-American War
Stereograph Images from the Philippine-American War
Stereograph images were a popular form of entertainment in the late nineteenth century and early twentieth century. Using specially designed devices, viewers could look at two images at once to create a three-dimensional effect. The captions given with the stereograph images here were included with the originals.
A welcome to Uncle Sam's protection - three Filipinos entering American lines, Pasay, P.I.
American Soldiers Feeding Filipino Children
A Negrito huntsman with his Aboriginal War Weapon, the Long Bow and Arrows, Philippine Islands
Our young Filipinos in Holiday Attire at the Fourth of July Celebration, Manila, P.I.
A Sacrifice to Aguinaldo's Ambition—Behind the Filipino Trenches after the battle of Malabon, P.I.
The Philippines, Porto Rico and Cuba—Uncle Sam's Burden (With apologies to Mr. Kipling)
Helping Mama Iron the Clothes—a Filipino Method, Island of Luzon, P.I.
To see more images of the Philippines, go to the Library of Congress page below and, after clicking on “search This collection,” type “Philippines.”