Correspondence, on the Miles report, 1903.

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Welsh, Herbert, 1851-1941. Correspondence, on the Miles report, 1903.

Correspondence, on the Miles report, 1903.

Comprises a circular letter from Welsh to Distinguished citizens appealing to them to write the President, Secretary of War Elihu Root, and other officials demanding full publication of General N.A. Miles' report on conditions in the Philippines, especially a part concerning cruelty to Filipinos, along with the resulting correspondence, including a letter from General Miles, and a number of copies of a form letter from Root, forwarded to Welsh, several with notes added by the correspondents.

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