JOHN JOSEPH PERSHING
General of the U. S. Army. Born in Linn County, Mo., Sept.
30, 1860. Married Frances H. Warren, Jan. 26, 1905. Graduated
from U. S. Military Academy, West Point, 1886. Received degree
LL. B., 1893, University of Nebraska. Served Apache Campaign,
New Mexico and Arizona, 1886, and Sioux Campaign, Dakota,
1890-1891. Served with 10th Cavalry, Santiago (Cuba) Campaign,
1898. Philippine Islands Campaign, November 1899 to June 1903.
Was with Kuroki's Japanese Army, in Manchuria, 1905. Served on
the General Staff, U. S. Army, 1903 to 1906. Was Commander
Department Mindanao, P. I. Was Governor of Moro Province,
defeating the Moros, in the battle of Bagsag June 12, 1913.
Was in command of the U. S. troops sent to Mexico in pursuit
of Villa, 1916. Appointed General in Command of the U. S.
troops in France, 1917.