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Appendix to the Report of the Chief of the Bureau of Navigation.
Supplementary report issued by the Navy Department, Bureau of Navigation, containing reports and papers from the naval operations in the Spanish-American War of 1898, organized in rough chronological order. According to the preface, the documents include information about the Oregon (ship), operations on the Philippine Islands, blockades around Cuba and Porto Rico, the operations and destruction of Rear-Admiral Cervera's squadron, and the coordination of naval operations to convey and land Army troops in Cuba and Porto Rico (p. 3). Index starts on page 717.
Battle Off Santiago de Cuba, July 3. 1898.
Map of the battle off of the coast of Santiago. The paths of the naval vessels are shown along lines that display their positions in at 9:37 a.m. and 11:35 p.m. on July 3, 1898. Spanish vessels are denoted in red, while American vessels are black.
Chart Showing Daily Positions of Fleet in Campaign Against Spanish Squadron under Admiral Cervera
Map of Cuba and the surrounding islands that shows the daily positions of the naval fleets of the Spanish-American War. The path of the North Atlantic Fleet is shown in red, the U.S. Flying Squadron in blue, and the Spanish Squadron in green.
Chart Showing Positions of the Ships of Admiral Cervera's Squadron and Those of the United States Fleet in the Battle of July 3rd, 1898, Off Santiago de Cuba
Map of coastal Cuba and the positions of vessels engaged in the Battle of Santiago de Cuba during the Spanish-American War. Cities, rivers, islands, and some shaded depths are shown. United States ships are indicated in red while Spanish ship positions are noted in green.
Daily Positions of the Spanish Squadron Under Admiral Cervera
Map of the path taken by Admiral Pascual Cervera y Topete from Spain to Cuba during the Spanish-American War. Days and the distance traveled each day are noted along Cervera's line of travel. The map features several countries, cities, and a list of cruisers and destroyers in the squadron.
[Map of Cable Cutting Mission Off of Cienfuegos Harbor]
Map of the United States naval vessels Nashville and Marblehead in Cienfuegos Harbor, Cuba, for the purpose of cutting telegraph cables. Map shows ship positions, positions of cables, rifle emplacements, roads, and some landscape.
Map of the State of Oklahoma
Color map of Oklahoma and Indian Territory (the area proposed to become the state of Oklahoma) and surrounding areas to accompany the 1907 census bulletin. The panhandle section of the state is included as an inset in the lower-left corner. Counties are shaded in various colors and red hatch marks and numbers denote townships and Congressional Districts. Towns, bodies of water, geographic features and transportation routes are marked. There is an index on the back of the map containing "Location of Towns and Cities in Oklahoma According to State Census of 1907 and Other Reliable Sources."
Plan Showing Approximate Location of Hits and Probable Size of Projectiles
Drawings of the Spanish naval vessels "Viscaya," "Oquendo," "Infanta Maria Teresa," and "Cristobal Colon." They are drawn in profile with probable damage indicated in labeled dots.
Population of Oklahoma and Indian Territory, 1907
Bulletin issued by the U.S. Census Bureau containing a statistical analysis of the population of the Oklahoma and Indian Territories (proposed to become the state of Oklahoma). The text contains summaries and tables breaking down the statistics according to sex, color, age, and location.
U. S. F. S. "Brooklyn"
Drawing of U. S. F. S. Brooklyn in profile that shows damaged sustained during battle with Spanish vessels on July 3, 1898. Damage is marked in red.
U. S. S. Iowa.
Drawing of U. S. S. Iowa in profile that shows damaged sustained during battle with Spanish vessels on July 3, 1898. Damage is marked in red.
[United States Naval Operations Along the South of Cuba]
Map of the naval positions along the southern coast of Cuba during the Spanish-American War. Rivers, cities and ship paths are shown.