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Captain John Pershing standing behind the Rajamunda of Marahai and his slave, holding an umbrella over the Rajamunda. Photo was taken during Pershings trip along Lake Lanao with he Capt. James Ryan (2nd from right), his successor. Nov. 30, 1902. At far left is Pershings interpreter, Leon Fernandez (BSLOC_2017_10_97)

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Bodies of dead Filipino Muslims killed at the First Battle of Bud Dajo during the Moro Rebellion, 1907. This was the deadliest battle of the Moro War, in which only 6 survived of the 800 to 1,000 Moros at Bud Dajo. The Moros, equipped only with knifes and spears, were attacked with rifles, bayonets, artillery and Gatlings guns. US causalities were under 25 killed and 75 wounded (BSLOC_2017_10_98)

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Prayer Before the Surrender as Filipino men surrender their weapons. US army photo from the Dept. of Mindanao and Jole, the Islamic Islands in the Southern Philippines. In Sept. 1911, Gen. John Pershing the ordered the disarmament of the Southern Philippines by December 1, 1911 (BSLOC_2017_10_99)

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Datu Piang, chief of 10,000 followers in the Colabato hills of Mindanao, Philippine Islands, with American Officers. Ca. 1899-1900. He was a non-royal son of a Chinese father and Moro mother who accepted American authority without strife (BSLOC_2017_10_94)

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Moros, Muslim people of the southern Philippines, resisted the benign assimilation sought by their new American colonizers in 1900-1913. US militarys decade long effort to change their culture to fit Western norms resulted in a the Moro Rebellion (BSLOC_2017_10_95)

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Gen. Samuel Sumners conference with Sultans of Bayang and Oato, at Camp Vicars, Mindanao, P.I. 1902. Capt. John Pershing, in his campaign hat, stands in center behind one Sultan. US occupation forces sought to bring change Moro society in the southern Islamic Philippines, specifically to end Moro practice of Sharia law, polygamy, slavery, woman stealing, and piracy (BSLOC_2017_10_96)

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The Philippines Assembly in session, c. 1907. The popularly elected legislature was established by the US Congress Philippine Organic Act of 1902 as the lower house of government, subordinated to the US appointed Philippine Commission. The Philippine Autonomy Act of 1916 (Jones Act) replaced the Commission with an elected Philippine Senate (BSLOC_2017_10_91)

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Manuel Quezon in 1912 when he was Resident Commissioner of the Philippines. He was in the US attending the Democratic National Convention in Baltimore. In 1935 he was elected President of the Commonwealth of the Philippines (BSLOC_2017_10_92)

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Revolutionary leaders marking the 30th anniversary of the Philippine Republic in 1929. Emilio Aguinaldo (seated, center) with ten of the delegates to the first Assembly of Representatives that passed the Constitucion Politica de la Republica Filipina on Jan. 21, 1899. They pose in Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church in Malolos, the site of the First Philippine Congress, where they drafted the constitution (BSLOC_2017_10_93)

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Peace commissioners after finalizing the Treaty of Paris, ending the Spanish American War. Dec. 10, 1898. It guaranteed Cuban independence but transferred Puerto Rico, Guam, and the Philippines, to the United States (BSLOC_2017_10_89)

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HONOR TO MCKINLEY! Political cartoon from Puck Magazine, Mar. 23, 1898. President William McKinley resists the hawkish Pulitzer and Hearst newspaper headlines urging war with Spain after the explosion of the USS MAINE in Havana Harbor on Feb. 15, 1898 (BSLOC_2017_10_9)

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The popularly elected Philippines Assembly in its first session from 1908 to 1911. In 1916 the Philippine Senate replaced the US appointed Philippine Commission in a move toward greater Philippine autonomy (BSLOC_2017_10_90)

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American soldiers in a ward of the 2nd Reserve Hospital, Philippines. Of the 4,200 American fatalities in the Philippine-American War, the majority were a result of disease (BSLOC_2017_10_86)

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22nd US Infantry at Camp Wallace, Philippine Islands in 1902. 126,000 American soldiers served in the Philippine-American War from 1899-1902, with 4,200 fatalities (BSLOC_2017_10_87)

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William R. Day signing of the peace protocol of the Spanish-American War, on Aug. 12, 1898. President William McKinley stands 5th from right in the Cabinet Room, White House, Washington, D.C. (BSLOC_2017_10_88)

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American soldiers entrenched against the Filipinos insurgents in 1899, Philippine-American War (BSLOC_2017_10_84)

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Gatling gun trained on the Filipinos, near Manila, in Philippine-American War in 1899. The Gatling gun is an early rapid-fire spring loaded, hand cranked, forerunner of the machine gun (BSLOC_2017_10_85)

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Col. Funston and 20th Kansas volunteers crossing the Pampanga river under heavy fire. Battle of Calumpit, was fought from April 25?27, 1899, during the Philippine-American War, after the Battle of Quingua. The expedition, resulted in the capture of Emilio Aguinaldo, and his subsequent agreement to cease fighting and to swear allegiance to the US. In upper right is a portrait of Col. Fred Funston, who received the Medal of Honor for establishing a rope ferry to pull rafts across the river while under heavy fire (BSLOC_2017_10_81)

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17th Infantry going to the front in a train during the Philippine-American War. Following the first six months of the war in 1899, the Filipino insurgents moved to the northern interior and adopted guerrilla tactics (BSLOC_2017_10_82)

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American soldiers entrenched against the Filipinos insurgents during the Philippine-American War. Ca. 1899-1900 (BSLOC_2017_10_83)

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