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Pensions were first granted in 1922 to veterans of the Philippine Insurrection. The index to the records is General Index to Pension Files, 1861–1934. National Archives Microfilm Publication T288. The pension files have not been filmed and are available at the National Archives. For additional information, see “Pension Records” in the “Civil War” section
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Pensions were first granted in 1922 to veterans of the Philippine Insurrection. The index to the records is General Index to Pension Files, 1861–1934. National Archives Microfilm Publication T288. The pension files have not been filmed and are available at the National Archives. For additional information, see “Pension Records” in the “Civil War” section.
  
  
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=== Census Records ===
 
=== Census Records ===

Revision as of 20:22, 18 January 2008

More than 125,000 American soldiers were sent to the Philippines, and over 4,000 deaths occurred during this conflict.

Service Records

An index to service records for the Philippine Insurrection is listed below:

Index to Compiled Service Records of Volunteer Soldiers Who Served during the Philippine Insurrection. National Archives Microfilm Publication M872. (FHL films 1002559–82.) The index lists each volunteer’s name, rank, and unit.

The service records have not been filmed and are only available at the National Archives.

Regiments of state volunteers came from California, Colorado, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, North Dakota, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming.


Pension Records

Pensions were first granted in 1922 to veterans of the Philippine Insurrection. The index to the records is General Index to Pension Files, 1861–1934. National Archives Microfilm Publication T288. The pension files have not been filmed and are available at the National Archives. For additional information, see “Pension Records” in the “Civil War” section.




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Census Records

The Twelfth Population Census of the United States, 1900, National Archives Microfilm Publication T623. (FHL films 1241838–42; computer number 706386), enumerated military personnel stationed overseas in places such as Cuba, Puerto Rico, and the Philippines. The census gives the soldier’s name, rank, place of residence in the United States, birth date and place, company, regiment, and branch of service.

These returns have been indexed as Index (Soundex) to the 1900 Population Schedules, National Archives Microfilm Publication T1081 (FHL films 1249622–52.)

To find specific microfilm numbers, look in the Locality search of the Family History Library Catalog under:

UNITED STATES - CENSUS - 1900UNITED STATES - CENSUS - 1900 - INDEXES