Historical records matching Eugene L. Walter
About Eugene L. Walter
Eugene Walter was a German-born American soldier. A veteran of the Boxer Rebellion in China, Walter arrived in the Philippines with Dewey’s fleet and participated in the Battle of Manila Bay in 1898. He served as a first lieutenant of the Philippine Constabulary during the American Occupation, where he was in charge of the subsistence auditing office.
- "Eugene L Walter". California, Passenger and Crew Lists, 1882-1957. National Archives and Records Administration. http://ancstry.me/10g3wE9. Date accessed: 05 May 2013.
- "Eugene Walter". U.S., Returns from Military Posts, 1806-1916. National Archives and Records Administration. http://ancstry.me/17Fyz1p. Date accessed: 05 May 2013.
- Guerrero, Amadis Ma. "Down Memory Lane with Mary Walter". Philippines Daily Express, 28-29 September 1978. http://bit.ly/16HcrFQ. Date accessed: 05 May 2013.
- "Report of the Philippine Commission to the Secretary of War, Part 3". U.S. Government Printing Office, 1904. Original from the University of Michigan. http://bit.ly/17FEbIN. Date digitized: 20 Sep 2011. Date accessed: 05 May 2013.
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