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During the Philippine-American War of 1899-1902, the United States Army's most difficult, and renowned, counterinsurgency campaign was waged on the island of Samar. The Samareño insurgents had a well developed infrastructure and were merciless with those who collaborated with the Americans. The Samarnons made extensive use of the island's rough terrain with heavy forest cover, and raised funds from the island's hemp merchants. The Americans defeated the insurgents by separating them from thedoi:10.5539/ach.v6n1p15 fatcat:ijk7vnllqzccxmdnipn57re4j4