Army mules carry ammunition for American forces, along the Santiago trail, in Cuba during the Spanish-American War. Some of the men seen may be civilian muleskinners hired by the army to help handle the pack mules. (Edison Company, 1898)
Spanish-American War. United States troops including Ninth Cavalry Regiment negro soldiers in Cuba. (Officers and soldiers of the Ninth Cavalry were Negroes.) 9th Cavalry troops debark from a transport ship. Other soldiers wait near the transport as they debark. 9th Cavalry troops walk along wharves near the water. (Edison Company, 1898)
Scenes of the Spanish American War, Cuban and Puerto Rican Campaigns, in the year 1898. U.S. troops coming ashore in small boats, assembling on the beach, and advancing inland, during the Spanish American War U.S. infantry capture the San Juan Blockhouse where the Spanish flag is lowered and the American flag is raised.
The Spanish-American War in Cuba. Cuban refugees and United States soldiers gather at a camp for food. Cuban refugees wait for food in the camp. They gather with U.S. soldiers outside a small house. They all stand in a row at a place where the food is prepared.
Film by Thomas Alva Edison of Red Cross Ambulance in battlefield during the Spanish-American War. Officers giving direction. Injured soldiers carried to horse driven ambulance. People working wear gloves while carrying wounded soldiers.
A film titled 'Sleighing Scene'. A view of a snow-covered road. A variety of horse-drawn sleighs ride on the road. Pedestrians seen at a distance crossing between the sleds and carriages. One man in the far distance is shoveling snow. A policeman walks by and glances at the photographer.