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Illustrated by the author. With an historical introduction by J. Fiske'. page 64 of 'Marching with Gomez. William Astor "Willie" Chanler (J – March 4, ) was an American soldier, explorer, and politician who served as U.S.
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He published his journal that chronicled his experiences and events in under the title Marching with Gomez: A War Correspondent’s Field Note-Book kept during Four Months with the Cuban Army. Grover Flint later became a lieutenant in the US 35th Volunteer Infantry.
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