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  1. Concentration Camps on the Home Front: Japanese Americans in the House of Jim Crow by John Howard, 2008-10-15
  2. The Fool's Run by John Camp, 1990-09-04
  3. The Empress File (Kidd) by John Sandford, John Camp, 1992-11-01
  4. Volunteers' Camp and Field Book: Containing Useful and General Information on the Art and Science of War, for the Leisure Moments of the Soldier: 1862 Edition With Notes and an Append by John P. Curry, 2009-09
  5. Chosen Prey (Lucas Davenport, No 12) by John Sandford, John Camp, 2002-05-01
  6. Camp Rules!: Super Special (Katie Kazoo, Switcheroo) by Nancy E. Krulik, 2007-04-19
  7. Deer Camp : Last Light in the Northeast Kingdom by John M. Miller, 1993
  8. While You're Up: A Memoir by John M. Camp, Jr. by John M. Camp Jr., 2008-12-19
  9. The Diary of Prisoner 17326: A Boy's Life in a Japanese Labor Camp by John Stutterheim, 2009-12-15
  10. Camp Hell John Slater Series by John Slater, 1962
  11. Odyssey of a Derelict Gunslinger: A Saga of Exposing TV Preachers, Corrupt Politicians, Right-Wing Lunatics...and Me by John B. Camp, 2009-04-29
  12. War in the Shadow of Auschwitz: Memoirs of a Polish Resistance Fighter and Survivor of the Death Camps (Religion, Theology, and the Holocaust) by John Wiernicki, 2001-11
  13. Wings of Wind Selected Poems and Prose By Dorothy Tyrrel With the George Sterling Letters, Sponsored By John Camp by Dorothy Tyrrel, 1989-01-01
  14. Camp Adair: The story of a World War II cantonment : today, Oregon's largest ghost town by John Harvard Baker, 2005

1. Camp John
Welcome, folks, to camp john! Design Lynette Menezes
    The 25 Indian probables, and a few special invitees, have been working out in Chennai, preparing for the upcoming series against Australia. Faisal Shariff spends a couple of days with the team, and reports on their activities...
    Johnny come lately
    It's a sunny morning at the IIT-Chemplast cricket ground, where the 25 India probables have assembled for pre-tour training. And a very pretty backdrop it is, too thick grass on the ground, dense foliage all round. Lots of green everywhere and, seemingly everywhere all at once, is a certain John Wright, India's national coach. This is the first time the national squad is training under Wright in camp-mode. So how are they liking it? You ask around, and you find that the Indian players are too exhausted to spare time, and effort, to form an opinion. "I have never felt so exhausted at any previous camp, ever," says a very senior player. And that is perhaps the best comment one can find considering that it comes from Anil Kumble the 26th, unofficial, member of the team. Anil has been going around with his right arm in a sling, where it will stay for another two weeks before he can use it to comb his hair with, or eat, or sign an autograph. "I am tired," he says, "and I am not even doing the drill!" The players make their way onto the ground around 9.15 in the morning. Saurav Ganguly is spotted in deep discussion with deputy Rahul Dravid. Shiv Sundar Das is kicking a soccer ball around. And Surinder Singh, the left-arm pace bowler from Punjab, goes around with a smile that says 'Happy to be here'.

2. Children With DIABETES - Camp John Warvel
Children with Diabetes is the online community for parents, kids, adults, and families living with type 1 diabetes. camp john Warvel is an American Diabetes Association's resident camp for children with diabetes ages 7 through 15.
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Warvel 2003 Camping Session

Ages 7-15: June 8 - 14, 2003 (US$180)
CITs (Ages 16-18): No fee US$25 due upon registration American Diabetes Association
Indiana Affiliate, Inc.
Camp John Warvel is an American Diabetes Association's resident camp for children with diabetes ages 7 through 15. Held in North Webster, Indina, Camp Warvel provides a unique learning atmosphere for children to acquire the skills necessary to manage their disease. Sports, crafts, swimming, boating, and nature activities are offered. WHY
The American Diabetes Association, Indiana Affiliate, sponsors Camp John Warvel in order to provide an enjoyable, safe and educational out-of-doors experience for children with insulin-dependent diabetes. With an emphasis on fun, Camp Warvel offers a unique learning atmosphere for children to acquire (according to their developmental levels) new skills in caring for their diabetes. The camp experience instills confidence for the self-management of diabetes.

3. Camp John Marc Home
Special Camps For Special Kids/camp john Marc is a 501(c)(3) nonprofitorganization. Copyright ©2002, camp john Marc, All Rights Reserved.
Dedicated to serving children with chronic illnesses and major physical disabilities. 8111 Preston Road, Suite 807 Dallas, TX 75225
214-368-2003 (fax)
E-mail us for more information
Special Camps For Special Kids/Camp John Marc is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Your gift is tax-deductible to the extent of the law. We provide services to all persons attending our program without regard to race, color, national origin, age, sex, disability, political belief, or religion.
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4. What's It Like At Camp John Marc?
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5. Camp John Hay
camp john Hay used to be the rest and recreational facility for employeesof the military and Department of Defense of the United States.

Mines View Park

Burnham Park

Session Road

Wright Park
Dominican Hill

Camp John Hay used to be the rest and recreational facility for employees of the military and Department of Defense of the United States. This 690-hectare property was turned over to the Philippine government in July 1, 1991 and was initially administered by the Philippine Tourism Authority and then turned over to the Bases Conversion Development. The facility, which was named after U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt's secretary of war, was used by the Japanese as a concentration camp for American and British soldiers during the war. Its name was changed to Club John Hay after it was turned over to the Philippine government. For the first time in its history the facility was open to the public in 1991 and converted into a recreational complex. It used to be off-limits to Filipinos, except for the privileged few who could get entry passes from its former American administrators. Prior to its turnover to the Philippine government, there were 290 fully-furnished rooms in the different cottages, duplexes, apartments, and lodges which are distributed in different locations around the complex. It even had a "Honeymoon Cottage" which was rented out to newlyweds who come up to Baguio for their honeymoon. Some of these billeting units were equipped with color television sets, refrigerators, and cooking facilities. Each unit has a fireplace to keep you warm during the months of December, January and February when the weather in Baguio is quite chilly and cold.

6. Camp John Marc
Camp John Marc
Camp John Marc is a permanent, year-round camping facility situated 85 miles southwest of Dallas on 140 acres of tranquil landscape of Bosque County in the beautiful Texas hill country. It provides 20 wheelchair accessible, air conditioned cabins; lodge-style dining hall; centrally located building; accessible challenge course; athletic field; riding ring; amphitheater; chapel; shooting sports range; nature trails; and teepee, tree house and covered wagon camping areas.
Sample of Activities:
Fishing Wilderness Trails Arts and Crafts Cooking Playing Field Barn (open air gym) Soccer Basketball Kickball Ping Pong Softball Volleyball Court Camp fire
United Cerebral Palsy of Texas
United Cerebral Palsy Association of Texas hosts an inclusive weekend camp each semester at Camp John Marc, for children with disabilities and their friends and/or siblings, ages 6 -17.
They recruit campers for this exciting adventure, and we provide the counselors from KIN 314 and KIN 360.
Camping Faculty:
Pam Buchanan, UT Austin

7. Camp John Marc
ADAPTED University Courses Resources Organizations Information Camp John Marc University Courses Resources Organizations Information
Last Updated: March 23, 2003 website provided by: Lauren Mikulencak and Tanica Jamison

8. The Morning Star Chapel Of Camp John Marc
Isaiah 4031 Morning Star Chapel Scriptures. The Morning Star Chapel, builtin 1995 and dedicated in October of that year, serves camp john Marc.
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The Morning Star Chapel of Camp John Marc
"Those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary; they will walk and not be faint." Isaiah 40:31
Morning Star
Chapel Scripture
s The Morning Star Chapel, built in 1995 and dedicated in October of that year, serves Camp John Marc. It is used for non-denominational services on Sundays during the camp's spring, summer and fall programs. It is the site of memorial services honoring those campers who have died. Morning Star Chapel has been the site of three weddings. It is a place for quiet, solitary reflection and a place for people to gather. The chapel has a variety of uses, just as Camp John Marc hosts a variety of programs. Summer sessions at Camp John Marc include sessions for children with kidney disease, spina bifida, muscular dystrophy, cancer, sickle cell anemia, hemophilia, juvenile arthritis, asthma, AIDS and survivors of serious burn injuries. The spring and fall sessions at Camp John Marc host children and their families with other, wide-ranging special medical needs, including childhood cancer, deaf and blind children, gastrointestinal disorders, at-risk youth, craniofacial disorders, HIV, limb differences, muscular dystrophy, sickle cell, spina bifida and transplant patients.

9. Camp John
Under John, nothing is His policy is that everything we do should have a purpose,that each day's practise should have a goal, the camp itself should have a
    Make the effort, to heck with the results!
    "Results are secondary, effort is prime!" That, in a nutshell, is the John Wright philosophy. The Kiwi veteran of 82 Tests is obviously out to make a difference. And his guiding mantra is it doesn't matter where you are, the most important thing is to know where you are headed. That mindset makes for a very radical coaching camp where expect the unexpected seems to be the motto. Like the other day, when Wright got all 25 probables to get together in the team hotel, where he had arranged a special screening of Remember the Titans, courtesy Columbia Pictures. Like the time John Wright bundled the probables into a team bus, got them driven to the popular Fishermen's Cove resort, on the Mahabalipuram road.Once there, he got the players into a huddle, and asked: 'What are the values this team wants to follow? Does this team have a vision? What does this team want to do? Where is this team headed?' "We were split into three groups," a player describes what followed. "And each group was asked to discuss these questions and come up with their own answers. We had to define goals, we had to give ourselves a sense of direction. We were then asked how we wanted to make practice more interesting and more meaningful. All of us, each player, had to make presentations on what we wanted to do in this team, and with this team. "In earlier camps we would get to the ground, bat, bowl, field, do things in a haphazard, unplanned fashion. All that has changed," the player elaborates. "Under John, nothing is haphazard, everything is planned,everything has a goal. We are made to understand what we are doing at all times, made to set ourselves small-term and long-term goals. His policy is that everything we do should have a purpose, that each day's practise should have a goal, the camp itself should have a larger goal, and the team should have its own goals for the future that we are supposed to work towards."

10. My Trip To Camp John Marc
Return to Archive from Sumer 1997 issue. My trip to camp john Sareth Garcia, Parent, Edinburg, Texas. On October 11, 1996, my
Return to Archive
from Sumer 1997 issue
My trip to Camp John Marc
by Sareth Garcia, Parent, Edinburg, Texas At 10:00 p.m. we arrived in New Braunfels so we stopped to eat a hamburger, but my mother was preoccupied about the car. For this reason, we decided to call my sister who lives in McAllen. We explained what had happened and asked if her husband, who is a mechanic, could pick us up in a wrecker. They were distressed because they did not want the car to be stranded as it could easily be stolen. At 11:00 a.m., we started the trip all over. Arriving at 4:00 p.m., it was a good feeling to be welcomed. They immediately showed us to our cabin and the dining room. There I was separated from my little Omar. Let me tell you that at this camp, they take good care of the children and their siblings. Believe me when I say that I had never left Omar except with his grandparents. But the camp staff gained my confidence and trust so that he did not sleep with me for two nights! This was a great break for me. Now let me tell you about the camp. The same night we arrived, we were immediately directed to the General Membership Business Meeting where the Nominees for Board Positions were discussed. After that, there was an auction at 9:00 p.m which I did not attend, but my mother did. By this point, my legs were hurting from tiredness since I was not able to sleep one night and drove for almost two days.

11. Baguio City & Camp John Hay
As of March 14, 1999, camp john Hay's Main Club is History! What more is in storefor camp john Hay? Here is an updated report! Recent camp john Hay Visit.
The many Americans who served, resided, or visited here while John Hay was a U.S. installation will be happy to know the facility looks much as it did when turned over to the Philippine Government July 1, 1991 But perhaps not for long! Leased to a foreign consortium for 25 years with construction to begin May 1997, many are fearful of Camp John Hay's environmental future, and of the public's free access to the leased facility From Cyberspace
Click for full size. Scenic Entrance to Camp John Hay, Baguio's Premier Tourist Attraction Welcome to Baguio City, Philippines! Hello!
This Page is a Historical Tribute to Camp John Hay
We hope to present historical vignettes of Camp John Hay from a variety of sources. We hope you enjoy your stay with us.
Revisiting Camp John Hay

January 31, 1998 Camp John Hay Visit

Mike Claseman Writes

Story of CJH
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As of March 14, 1999, Camp John Hay's Main Club is History!
We are saddened and sorry to report the destruction of the beautiful and historic Main Club building by the current developer. What more is in store for Camp John Hay? Here is an updated report!

12. The Story Of Camp John Hay
The Story of camp john Hay. From Page 2 of john Hay Newsletter, January 1981.
The Story of Camp John Hay
From Page 2 of the
Camp John Hay Newsletter, January 1981
Kennon Road

Following the Spanish American War, the Philippine Islands had become a territorial possession of the United States. With the many military and civilian employees stationed in the lowlands, the hunt began for a place with a more temperate climate where the troops and employees could recuperate from the rigors of the tropical heat in the lowlands. To this end several expeditions were sent into the mountain areas of the country. It was on one of these expeditions that the La Trinidad Baguio area was discovered. The climate was temperate, even cold during the nights. Magnificent pine trees abounded in the area, and the land was fertile and productive. This was what the Philippine Commission had been looking for and, in June 1903, a resolution was passed making Baguio the Summer Capital of the Philippine Islands. Later that year President Theodore Roosevelt reserved an area of 535 acres for military use in the area that was later to become Baguio City. This reservation was named Camp John Hay in honor of John Milton Hay, the secretary of state in President Mckinley’s and Roosevelt’s administrations. The area later grew to a maximum size of 1,764 acres. The U.S. government now has use of approximately 600 acres under the amended bases agreement of 1979. [added by ed: ‘of 1979, and up until the base was turned over to the Philippine government on July 1, 1991.]

13. YMCA John Island Camp - John Island History
YMCA John Island camp john Island History. YMCA of Sudbury, Canada. Allcontents © YMCA John Island Camp, Sudbury, Ontario Canada 19982001.
YMCA John Island Camp
John Island History
Sudbury, Canada Go To... Home Summer Camp Programs Camper Fun Zone Discussion Forums ... Hiring Information In the late 1800's John Moyles and his brothers established a lumber mill on the current site of YMCA John Island Camp. The mill employed more than 100 workers and featured a company town called Moyles Mills. John Island was home to a school, general store, large community dance hall, and traveling baseball team. In fact, our camp baseball field is on the same site as the original baseball field, where baseball games have been played for more than 120 years! Stories of gunfights, bootlegging, and illegal gambling abound, and many are recorded in our camp museum. The milling company and town property changed owners over the 30 years of operation and eventually many buildings burnt down just before World War One. The townsite in winter The foundations of the sawdust burner, main mill building and other buildings can still be seen on the site today. The famous sand of John Island is still reveals artifacts of the milling days of John Island. Just after the Second World War ended, the Bell Family of Sudbury donated 272 acres of the townsite to the Sudbury Family YMCA. Built entirely by volunteers of the Sudbury Y's Men Club, YMCA John Island Camp opened to campers in the summer of 1954.

14. Camp John Hay
camp john Hay. camp john Hay was a US Air Force recreational facilityin the mountain city of Baguio. Situated among beautiful mountains
Camp John Hay
Camp John Hay was a U.S. Air Force recreational facility in the mountain city of Baguio. Situated among beautiful mountains and pine forests, the cool quiet atmosphere provided a wonderful getaway. John Hay had a beautiful 18 hole golf course and fully furnished cabins. The attractions of Baguio City included the city market, Session Road, Burham Park, the Summer Presidential Palace, Wright Park and Mines View Park. Go back

15. BCDA More Open To Deal On Camp John Hay Debt - Aug. 24, 2002
overseer of the development of former US military installations in the Philippines,more open to a settlement deal on debts that camp john Hay Development Corp
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By Gil C. Cabacungan Jr.
Inquirer News Service
WEAK business conditions have made the Bases Conversion Development Authority (BCDA), overseer of the development of former US military installations in the Philippines, more open to a settlement deal on debts that Camp John Hay Development Corp. owes the government, BCDA president and chief executive Rufo Colayco said.
The BCDA has to be flexible when businesses are struggling to cope with rising costs, poor sales and debt problems, Colayco said. It also wants to protect government interests by ensuring the viability of the Camp John Hay project and sustain lease payments to the government.
Colayco said the BCDA was willing to accept any settlement, whether in cash or in kind, as long as the terms of the settlement were fair to both sides.
Camp John Hay Development, a consortium led by the Fil-Estate group, won the bidding for the former US military rest-and-recreation camp in the northern resort city of Baguio in 1996, shortly before the 1997-98 Asian crisis sent the property sector on a tailspin.

16. Pine Forests At Camp John Hay, PMA Area Hit By Fires - Mar. 22, 2002
BAGUIO CITY – Two fires hit the city's pine forests at camp john Hay's Voice ofAmerica compound and at the Philippine Military Academy reservation this week
Friday Mar. 22, 2002, Philippines CEBU DAILY NEWS
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Hay, PMA area hit by fires

By Vincent Cabreza
Inquirer News Service
BAGUIO CITY – Two fires hit the city's pine forests at Camp John Hay's Voice of America compound and at the Philippine Military Academy reservation this week, fire officials said.
Chief Insp. Constantine Supanga, Baguio fire marshal, said fire broke out on Monday near the controversial luxury cabin at the VOA, whose ownership was linked to deposed President Joseph Estrada.
Another fire hit the pine forests behind the PMA administration building at Fort del Pilar on Tuesday, Supanga said.
He said the fires, which affected 18 hectares, occurred at noon when the temperature reached 25 degrees Celsius, drying up the wild grass and pine tree canopies. "Anything will ignite the very dry leaves," he said. Supanga said fire inspectors were investigating the cause of the fires, noting the uncanny coincidences. He said both compounds were targets of protests, and were separated only by a five-minute ride. Both fires occurred at noon, he added.

17. Handbook Of Texas Online: CAMP JOHN WISE
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CAMP JOHN WISE Camp John Wise, a balloon training station on 261 acres of leased land four miles north of downtown San Antonio, was established on January 19, 1918. The United States Army Balloon School was transferred there from Fort Omaha, Nebraska. The personnel were quartered at Fort Sam Houston until March, when construction on their barracks was completed. The base reached a maximum strength of thirty-three officers and 1,800 enlisted men and was equipped with four balloons. The camp was named for John Wise of Philadelphia, a pioneer balloonist who constructed a balloon in which he set a world distance record in 1869. The base seems to have closed soon after World War I. qv BIBLIOGRAPHY: Robert E. Hays, Jr., Military Aviation Activities in Texas, World Wars I and II (M.A. thesis, University of Texas, 1963). Art Leatherwood top of page about search help ... suggest an article topic The Handbook of Texas Online is a joint project of The General Libraries at the University of Texas at Austin and the Texas State Historical Association

18. Camp Barnhardt
Camp Barnhardt Welcome to camp john J. Barnhardt. Camp Barnhardt, in theWilliam C. Cannon Scout Reservation, on 1,000 acres of beautiful Barnhardt.htm
Camp Barnhardt Welcome to Camp John J. Barnhardt Camp Barnhardt, in the William C. Cannon Scout Reservation, on 1,000 acres of beautiful rolling wooded hills beside Badin Lake, is one of the premier Scout camps. The well-spaced troop campsites will afford your troop junior leaders an opportunity to practice their leadership skills as they develop stronger patrols and become a better Scout Troop. Camp Barnhardt is located off of Hwy. 740, half way between New London and Badin in Stanly County, North Carolina. There is a caution light at Camp Barnhardt Road and a sign directing you to the camp entrance. Some of the facilities include an Olympic-size swimming pool, natural and man-made lakes for swimming, canoeing, sailing, snorkeling, rowing and fishing. There is a well-equipped handicraft shelter, an ecology building, rappelling tower, COPE course, obstacle course, rifle, shotgun, and archery ranges. These provide opportunities for your Scouts to take advantage of the outstanding merit badge and skills programs. Our mature staff was selected for their knowledge, skills and dedication to Scouting principles. Montgomery Campfire Circle, a replica of a Seminole Indian enclosure, is the site for many good campfire programs and ceremonies. The outdoor Barnhardt Chapel is an outstanding example of design and structure in stone and stained glass in a beautiful setting with the lake and mountains as a background. (A picture of it has been featured in many publications and, because of its beauty and lovely setting, it is frequently used by others for weddings and religious services.)

19. BSA Central North Carolina Council Camp John J. Barnhardt
Whatever your scouts’ needs, the staff and management of camp john J. Barnhardtwelcome the opportunity to serve you and your scouts. Why summer camp?
WELCOME, Inasmuch as you can’t take the “OUTING” out of “SCOUTING,” the Resident Camping programs of the Boy Scouts of America are second to none in providing mountain-top experiences for all participants. Whatever your scouts’ needs, the staff and management of Camp John J. Barnhardt welcome the opportunity to serve you and your scouts. Why summer camp? It’s simple, really. The program of a professionally managed Boy Scout Camp like Camp Barnhardt offers many more opportunities than a local troop on its own can provide. Take our aquatics program for instance. Where else can a boy learn to swim, canoe, sail, snorkel, row, and then swim a mile - all in one week? Then there’s the ecology program, where a scout can earn all types of merit badges – and play with snakes at the same time. For new scouts, we have an awesome First Year Camper program called Nighthawks, and another called Brownsea Island, that allows scouts to work on some of the requirements of the first three ranks. Statistics indicate that new scouts who achieve First Class rank within their first year are more likely to continue in scouting and possibly achieve their Eagle rank. Where else can you do all these things? Nowhere else is Scouting so much like Scouting. Remember what Baden-Powell said, “Teaching camping and scout skills is not the goal of Boy Scouting – just the means we use to achieve our aim, that being physical fitness, character development and citizenship training.”

20. A Little History Camp John Hay
A Little History of camp john Hay By Jun Ventura. PHILSTAR.COM PublishDate Saturday, April 13, 2002. Baguio The camp john Hay Manor. The
A Little History of Camp John Hay
By Jun Ventura PHILSTAR.COM Publish Date: [Saturday, April 13, 2002] Baguio used to be a native Ibaloi hamlet called "kafagway" which means "a wide open space." The name later became "Baguio," which comes from the abundant moss called "bagiw." The Americans only accidentally discovered Baguio while in pursuit of Filipino revolutionaries in November 1899. With an average temperature of 20 centigrade (the lowest recorded temperature is 6.3 centigrade on January 18, 1961), the American colonizers found the perfect place for their troops to escape the tropical heat and in the process save money (they would have otherwise sent them back to the mainland). In the Second World War, this peaceful vacation camp was ironically the first to be bombed by the Japanese. Fittingly, the surrender of all Japanese forces by General Yamashita, known as the "Tiger of Malaya," was held inside Camp John Hay. After the Americans left, the Filipinos took control and in a public bidding in September 1996, the Fil-Estate group won the rights to develop this vast 300-hectare camp.

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