Camp Walker
Posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member *TnT*
N 36° 24.611 W 094° 34.125
15S E 359342 N 4030588
Quick Description: Enjoy a country drive and pick up a cache and a waymark.
Location: Arkansas, United States
Date Posted: 4/28/2007 5:02:41 PM
Waymark Code: WM1FKW
Published By: Groundspeak Charter Member GEO*Trailblazer 1
Views: 67

Long Description:
At this spot, you can get a two-fer. There is also a geocache at these coordinates -- GCYC49.
History of Marker:
This camp was established in June 1861, by Brig. Gen. Nicholas Bart Pearce, a Benton County man, to train recruits from Western Arkansas and the Indian Nation. He was a West Point Graduate. Many Arkansas units, Greer's Texas Regiment, Herbert's 3d Louisiana, went from this camp to Camp Stephens and on to join the battle of Wilson's Creek. The training ground covered about two square miles. This marker is set near the officer's quarters on the ridge and a little rocked-up well used by them.

Link to Marker: Not listed

Additional Parking: Not Listed

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