Origin of Spanish-American
Definition for spanish-american (2 of 2)
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When he left to join the Spanish-American War, Katie kept a picture of him on a locket around her neck.
He began A Moment in the Sun in 1996 as a screenplay about an African-American soldier in the Spanish-American War.
Rival newspaper barons William Randolph Hearst and Joseph Pulitzer were even blamed for starting the Spanish-American War.
One sculpture honors those who died in the Spanish-American War.
If the Spanish-American has money, he spends it like a schoolboy, and he likes a splash for his money.South America and the War|F. A. Kirkpatrick
That was put off till the morrow, after the Spanish-American custom.The Treasure of Pearls|Gustave Aimard
Riding unattended was a breach of Spanish-American convention.The White Mice|Richard Harding Davis
One could have understood it if he had been in the Spanish-American war.The Relief of Mafeking|Filson Young
Ward, the general's younger brother, an officer in the Spanish-American war, is dead.The Story of General Pershing|Everett T. (Everett Titsworth) Tomlinson