America's War with Spain: A Selected Bibliography

This Selected Bibliography has become a standard source on the War with Spain. Used by all interested in the war that made America an imperial power, the earlier work is often cited by book dealers, librarians, and researchers as well as students and buffs. Often recording information not readily available elsewhere, this revised, current edition covers: * Foreign and domestic events and battles * The U.S. Army and Navy * Press and public opinion * Actions in Cuba, the Philippines, Puerto Rico, and Guam * Medical and sanitary conditions * Relief efforts * The role of Black Americans * Expansion and anti-imperialism * Literature and music of the war Two indexes complete the book.