Rough Riders stampeding a Spanish outpost Cuba SpanishAmerican War The Rough Riders was the name given to the st United States Volunteer Cavalry a regiment raised specifically to fight in the SpanishAmerican War The unit distiguished itself in the fighting on Cuba notably at the Battle of San Juan Hill where it was commanded by future US President Theodore Roosevelt A print from Our Country in War and Relations with All Nations by Murat Halstead The United Subscription Book Publishers of America
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