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[Summary]Spanish–American War American victory Treaty of Paris U.S. Protectorate over Cuba (1899–1902) followed by proclamation of independent Cuban republic (1902) Subsequent outbreak of the Philippine–American War (1899–1902) Generation of '98 among Spanish

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Spanish–American War

American victory

Treaty of Paris

U.S. Protectorate over Cuba (1899–1902) followed by proclamation of independent Cuban republic (1902)

Subsequent outbreak of the Philippine–American War (1899–1902)

Generation of '98 among
Spanish intellectuals

Spain sells its remaining Pacific islands to Germany

Maps in the Library of Congress

Maps in the Library of Congress

The Geography and Map Division houses a rich collection of maps for the areas involved in the Spanish-American War, including Cuba, the Philippines and Puerto Rico. Bibliographic and cartographic information on the Library's collections from the Geography and Map Division can be accessed in the following lists, separated by country. Maps appear in random order within each heading, e.g., Cuba - General Maps.

Spanish-American War 1898

Spanish-American War April 21-Dec 10, 1898


Who fought, WHO WON, WHO LOST?

The United States vs. Spain.

The U.S. won, Spain lost big.

Spanish American War Maps
John J. Pershing fought in this war.

And so did Spanish American War Maps
Theodore Roosevelt, leading his Rough Riders.

WHO RULED at the time?

In Spain, Queen María Cristina ruled for her son Alfonso XIII.

Maps of Cuba

Maps of Cuba

A number of maps of Cuba have been scanned through the Library of Congress National Digital Library Program's web site, American Memory. The majority of these maps are located in the Map Collections: 1500-1999 presentation. Links to the digitized maps in this presentation in American Memory appear below:

Maps of the Philippines

Maps of the Philippines

A number of maps of the Philippines have been scanned through the Library of Congress National Digital Library Program's web site, American Memory. The majority of these maps are located in the Map Collections: 1500-1999 presentation. Links to the digitized maps in this presentation in American Memory appear below:

The Spanish-American War

The Spanish-American War

At the end of the 19th Century, the United States and Spain fought over colonies and territories. Find out more about this often forgotten war.

The Spanish-American War
The Spanish-American War was a military clash between two countries with competing visions of expansion. A four-month struggle, it resulted in a further disappearance of Spanish influence in the Western Hemisphere and a wider influence for the United States in both the Caribbean and the Pacific.

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