Photographs of U.S. Army activities during the Spanish-American War at Jacksonville, West Tampa, Pablo Beach (and perhaps elsewhere) in Florida, 1896-1899, made by Ensminger Brothers, Sanford, Fla. Images show city views, a blockhouse, camps, parades, units drilling on the beach, loading and embarkation on transport vessels, the 3rd Nebraska Volunteer band, the 2nd N.Y. Volunteers officers' mess, and other views.
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