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Camp Moore

Hwy 51, Tangipahoa, LA, USA

Latitude & Longitude: 30° 36' 57.1428", -90° 29' 42.2124"
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National Register of Historic Places
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One of the principal Louisiana Confederate induction centers and training camps during the War for Southern Independence. Named for Governor Thomas Overton Moore. Over 400 soldiers buried in the camp cemetery.

Last updated: 4/10/2016 09:20:00

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(A Civil War marker.)
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Camp Moore Historical Marker Location Map, Tangipahoa, Louisiana