Monday, November 7, 2011
The population of Havana, Cuba, in 1899, during the American Military Occupation, was 235,981.
We are a Fraternal, Patriotic and Humanitarian Organization founded, in 1937. We welcome male descendant's of U.S. Service Men who fought in The Spanish American War (1898), The Philippine Insurrection (1898-1902), and The Chinese Boxer Rebellion (1900). We also welcome descendant's of The Cuban Liberation Army (Ejercito Libertador Cubano), as well as Filipino's and Puerto Rican's who aided America Militarily. We also have a Ladies Auxiliary, for our Camp, for any women who wish to participate.