Civil War Camp (Food, Training, and Camp Families)


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  • We're out building roads and you're in here restingI You're a disgrace!
  • For the duration of the civil war, soldiers spent 29 out of every 30 days in camp. They ate fairly well and trained most of the day. When they weren't training, they were working or found doing what they pleased.
  • Camps were at the location of almost every battle, and both sides had camps since the beginning of the war.
  • AHHH!!!
  • Civil war camps were a huge part of a soldiers life, and gave soldiers a home away from home during the war.
  • KUMBAYA!!!
  • What're you doing in there man!?!
  • Surprise fact: In Washington, DC, there were about 7,500 full time prostitutes in the camps.
  • I spent my pay on a horizontal refreshment!
  • Civil war camps helped because it allowed soldiers to understand each other better, and helped keep soldiers sane because the didnt have to spend all their time at battle.
  • Where'd you guys come from?
  • Arkansas
  • South Carolina
  • You're like family to me now man.
  • The term "camp families" was used by many soldiers, and for all soldiers it represented different things.
  • Hooker's Headquarters
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