Camp Nelson, Kentucky: A Civil War History
Provides information about Camp Nelson in Jessamine County, Kentucky. Notes that the information is provided by the Camp Nelson Preservation and Restoration Foundation. Describes the Camp Nelson Civil War site, including its historical significance and the military leaders of the Camp. Contains photographs. Discusses the African-American troops at Camp Nelson. Includes information about the Foundation.
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