John David DeHuff

John David DeHuff

(February 19, 1872 — ?, 1945), American educator. From 1901-13: head teacher in the province of Antique; Superintendent of the Division of Schools in Bohol and Iloilo; Superintendent of the Division of Schools in Manila.

August 21, 1901

Yesterday, we sighted the truculent island of Samar off to our left and soon afterward steamed into the straits of San Bernardino. Then Luzon on

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Manila, August 23, 1901

IN MANILA AWAITING ASSIGNMENT For the vast two days, We have had a chance to observe to some ‘extent the practicsl workings of typhoon weather.

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Manila, August 30, 1901

From the very first. enlisted men from the near-by Cuartel de España have come over to our quarters to fraternize and assist in “putting us

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September 19, 1901.

MY FIRST APPEARANCE IN JANIUAY SOCIETY This evening J—– M—— took McC—– and me out to dinner with him at the home of one of

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September 29, 1901.

The Filipinos are exceedingly hospitable and friendly, and from the time they found that I was inclined to be sociable, I have scarcely been able

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October 6, 1901.

All the past week rain has fallen in blinding torrents, and I have had my first experience with mildew. Let a soiled garment lie in

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October 30, 1901.

MORE NEW EXPERIENCES. I ENTERTAIN A SCION OF FAMOUS LINEAGE, CELEBRATE MY FIRST THANKSGIVING IN THE PHILIPPINES AND SEE THE JANIUAY POLICE FORCE IN ACTION

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November 11, 1901.

The other evening, one of the traveling deputies of the Provincial Treasury at loilo came along just after dark and asked McC—— and me to

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November 21, 1901.

I am now settled down into a sort of routine. The only excitement there is about life up here is an occasional rumor that the

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