Camp Blood, near Pilot Knob, Missouri

Title: Camp Blood, near Pilot Knob, Missouri
Description: This sketch by a volunteer correspondent, originally published in Harper’s Weekly on September 21, 1861, depicts Camp Blood, near Pilot Knob, Missouri. Pilot Knob Mountain is shown to the right as it was before heavy ore excavation during and after the Civil War. Camp Blood became Fort Davidson in 1863 when permanent fortification was constructed.
Date original: September 21, 1861
Owning organization: Internet Archive
Document Type: image
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Organization location: No known restrictions on publication.
Page Type: Digital Repository Object
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