April 22–May 17. General Lawton led an expedition to San Isidro.
April 25–May 5. General MacArthur captured Calumpit and San Fernando.
June 10-19. Generals Lawton and Wheaton advanced south to Imnus.
June 26. General Hall took Calamba.
Aug. 16. General MacArthur captured Angeles.
Sept. 28. General MacArthur, after several days' fighting, occupied Porac.
Oct. 1-10. General Schwan's column operated in the southern part of Luzon and captured Rosario and Malabon.
The Philippine commission appointed by the President, consisting of J. G. Schurman, Prof. Dean Worcester, Charles Denby, Admiral Dewey, and General Otis, which began its labors at Manila, March 20, and returned to the United States in September, submitted its preliminary report to the President.
A military expedition on board transports, under General Wheaton, captured Dagupan.
Dec. 25. Gen. S. B. M. Young appointed military governor of northwestern Luzon.