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Fagen, David (1875–01 December 1901?), captain in the Filipino nationalist army, was born in Tampa, Florida. Little is known about either his parents or his early life. In the summer of 1899, just after the United States ended the war with Spain, Fagen was a corporal in the Twenty-fourth Infantry of Company I. He was among the black soldiers of the Twenty-fourth and Twenty-fifth infantries and the Ninth and Tenth cavalries dispatched to the Philippines in the U.S. effort to enforce territorial concessions granted by Spain in a peace treaty signed in February 1899. Emilio Aguinaldo, an ardent Filipino nationalist, led a guerrilla war resisting what he considered the United States replacing Spain as colonizer.

Letters written by African American soldiers to newspapers and family members indicate that some of them sympathized with the Filipino cause and a few even joined its ranks Fagen s actions in ...

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Scot Ngozi-Brown

captain in the Filipino nationalist army, was born in Tampa, Florida. Nothing is known about his parents, including their names, or his early life. In the summer of 1899, just after the United States ended the war with Spain, Fagen was a corporal in the Twenty-fourth Infantry of Company I. He was among the black soldiers of the Twenty-fourth and Twenty-fifth infantries and the Ninth and Tenth cavalries dispatched to the Philippines in the U.S. effort to enforce territorial concessions granted by Spain in a peace treaty signed in February 1899. Emilio Aguinaldo, an ardent Filipino nationalist, led a guerrilla war resisting what he considered the United States' replacement of Spain as colonizer.

Letters written by African American soldiers to newspapers and family members indicate that some of them sympathized with the Filipino cause and a few even joined its ranks Fagen s actions in the fall ...