22nd Infantry Regiment - The Philippines 1899-1905

 

 

22nd Infantry near Pasig, Philippines 1899 - The caption reads:
"PORTION OF THE TWENTY-SECOND INFANTRY IN RESERVE NEAR PASIG
The photograph was taken during the progress of a battle at Pasig, on Laguna de Bay,
and shows a portion of the 22d United States Infantry waiting for orders to advance.
The picture is a good representation of how men appear and act
immediately before going into battle."

Ed., this photo appeared in several forms, in a number of books and publications
around the beginning of the 20th century. The webmaster has also a color tinted
version in his collection.

 

Soldiers of the 22nd Infantry at Pasig. Philippine Islands, 1899
The black and white photograph has been color tinted.

Photo from: An Illustrated And Descriptive Art Collection of America's New Possessions
INTERNATIONAL VIEW COMPANY, Chicago, Illinois 1902

 

Company H 22nd Infantry at mess call Manila, April 1899

Photo courtesy of Matthew Westfall

 

Unidentified Soldier of M Company 22nd Infantry
Photo taken at
Fotografia Espaņola studio in Manila, Philippines circa 1899-1905
The badge above his 22nd Infantry insignia is for the US Army's Eighth Corps

Photo from the webmaster's collection

 

Two stereoviews, both entitled: "22nd Infantry leaving San Fernando for the Front, P.I."
copyright 1900 by R.W. Kilburn

 

Two stereoviews, both entitled: "A mascot of the 22nd U.S. Infantry. Philippine Islands."
Copyright 1902 by C.H. Graves

 

The 22nd Infantry moving to the front, Philippine Islands
from a stereoview dated 1900

 

Camp Wallace was in Pampanga Province on the island of Luzon, north of San Fernando.

from a stereoview copyright 1902 C. H.Graves

 

NCO's of the 22nd Infantry in the Philippines

 

The camp at Marahui, island of Mindinao, the Philippines.
Soldiers of the 22nd Infantry line up next to their individual tents
for a general inspection.

From the Parker Hitt photograph collection, University of Michigan

 

Six Soldiers of the 22nd Infantry man an outpost
at Pehtud, island of Mindanao, the Philippines.

From the Parker Hitt photograph collection, University of Michigan

 

Soldiers of Company I, 22nd Infantry sending messages by heliograph.
Their Krag rifles are at "stack arms", along with Mills cartridge belts
and at least one bayonet.

From the Parker Hitt photograph collection, University of Michigan

 

The 22nd Infantry and the 14th Cavalry crossing the Taraca river,
island of Mindanao, the Philippines 1903.

From the Parker Hitt photograph collection, University of Michigan

 

The 22nd Infantry and the 14th Cavalry crossing the Taraca river, 1903.
This is actually the right half of the preceding photo above.

From the Parker Hitt photograph collection, University of Michigan

 

 

 

 

 

 

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