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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

81. Handbook Of Texas Online: CAMP, JOHN LAFAYETTE

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CAMP, JOHN LAFAYETTE (1828-1891). John Lafayette Camp, soldier and political leader, was born on February 20, 1828, near Birmingham, Alabama, the son of John Lafayette and Elizabeth (Brown) Camp. In 1848 he graduated from the University of Tennessee, and the following year he moved to Gilmer, Upshur County, Texas. There he taught school, became a prosperous cotton planter, and established himself as one of the leading attorneys of East Texas. In 1851 he married Mary Ann Ward, the daughter of William Ward, a well-known physician. The couple eventually had five children. When the Civil War qv began, Camp was first elected captain of a company and then colonel of the Fourteenth Texas Cavalry. The regiment served in Texas and Arkansas in the early months of the war but was later transferred east of the Mississippi River to the Confederate Army of Tennessee. There the regiment was consolidated with the Tenth Texas Cavalry, Dismounted, and assigned to Mathew D. Ector's qv brigade. Camp saw action at the battles of Richmond and Cumberland Gap, Kentucky; Murfreesboro (Stone's River), Tennessee; and Chickamauga and Altoona, Georgia. He was twice wounded and twice captured.

82. Welcome To Camp Henry RV Resort And Marina Home Page
Photos and general information for camp on the St. john's and Big Lake George.
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83. Boys Playing War, Aciyurt Refugee Camp - John Ranard
Photographs from Chechnya Boys Playing War,Aciyurt Refugee camp john Ranard, back.
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84. JOHN C. BIRDWELL LETTERS, 1862
Typed transcriptions of letters of the Nacogdoches County farmer and soldier. Letters are mostly to Birdwell's wife, discussing farming, the Civil War and Confederate camp life.
http://libweb.sfasu.edu/etrc/collect/manscrpt/birmain.htm
John C. Birdwell Letters Home Collections Manuscripts Birdwell 1862
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HISTORY
John Calhoun Birdwell, son of Allen and Luinda Ross Birdwell, was born in Lawrence County, Alabama on April 7, 1829. By 1845 the family had moved to Rusk County, Texas, where Allen Birdwell served as a State Representative to the Texas Legislature from 1853 to 1854 and from 1863 to 1864. In 1849 John C. Birdwell married Adaline Burney Cunningham, and they resided a number of years at Mount Enterprise, Rusk County before moving to Flatswood, Nacogdoches County shortly before the Civil War. John served in Company H of the 17th Dismounted Cavalry and was captured at Arkansas Post on the Arkansas River. He died on January 6, 1869.
A farmer, John Birdwell included instructions for running the farm in his absence in his letters written to his wife during the Civil War. Her letters report the progress of crops and livestock. The letters of both recount their hardships during the war as well as news of family and friends. Birdwell describes Confederate camp conditions depicting disease epidemics, food, music, gambling, funerals, weather, and ragged condition of the troops. He was not a slave holder and waxes bitter about the slave owners' causing the war then paying substitutes to fight for them. Most of his letters were written from Camp Nelson and Camp Hope, Arkansas and contain an underlying refrain about the unreliability of mail service during the war. The letters are typescript and typescript carbon. Biographical and genealogical materials have been added to the collection.

85. 86 Hours Summer Camp | John Brown University | PlanetWisdom.com
June 1620, john Brown University; Siloam Springs AR. Who Will be There? Clickhere to start Registration process Download the Adobe Acrobat camp Guide!
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86. Przybyla, John D.
Editorials, poems, photos, resume, and stories about boot camp, and submarines.
http://www.wwbbs.net/~manjohn/index.html

87. Troy, NC SCV Camp #1502
Web page of the Troy, N.C. SCV camp.
http://www.homestead.com/dixiedave/TroyCamp.html
Javascript is either disabled or not supported by this browser. This page may not appear properly. Camp Page on the Move! In order to have an address that is a little more simple, I am in the process of moving our Camp Web Page. The new address will be: www.troyscv.homestead.com I hope to have the move complete by the end of the month. To submit information for our Camp Page Click Here Commander: Ron Capel @ Rgcapel@cs.com Sgt. John A. Lisk Camp #1502 Sons of Confederate Veterans Troy, North Carolina Camp Description . . .The Sgt. John A. Lisk Camp was organized in 1989. Our first meeting was on January 31st of that year and we were officially chartered on August 9, 1989. We specifically requested that date because it is the anniversary date of the battle of Cedar Mtn. (1862), in which men from Montgomery County took part and helped drive the enemy from the field. Commander: Ron Capel @ Rgcapel@cs.com Meeting time: 7:00 pm 1st Tuesday every month Next Meeting March Troy Public Library Go to David's Confederate Page This page was last updated on: February 14, 2002

88. CAMP, JOHN M. The Archaeology Of Athens. - Buchhandlung Walther Koenig

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CAMP, JOHN M. The Archaeology of Athens. Kunst vor 1800 19. Jahrhundert 20. Jahrhundert - documenta ... Monographien 19. und 20. Jahrhundert GRIECHENLAND CAMP, JOHN M. The Archaeology of Athens. "John Camp’s innovative overview of the physical evidence for Athenian history combines a chronological survey with individual site summaries. This unique resource will be of great value to students and teachers alike.“ Thomas Martin, author of "Ancient Greece“ Top of Page Home E-Mail Buchhandlungen ... Lieferbedingungen

89. About St. John Bosco
About their patron saint.
http://freenet.sfn.saskatoon.sk.ca/rel/cath-boscocamp/about.html
St. John Bosco, Our Patron Saint A man with a vision, with an awareness of the good that lives in people, with an ability of dreaming dreams of beauty for those he met along his way, this is John Bosco. John was born in 1815 in Recchi, Italy. When John was two, his father died prematurely. As a boy, John lived on a farm with his family doing the only thing they knew how, farming. Poverty and a lack of formal education in the home did not stop the growth of John Bosco as a person. His mother was for real, realizing the importance of God in life. Getting a formal education was a constant struggle for John. The family finances being what they were, his brothers felt that he was wasting time, energy, and money and that it would be better for all if he stopped going to school and worked on the farm, earning money. John was talented. He must have understood physical fitness for as a youngster he was known and respected as the town┬╣s acrobat and juggler. Many would assemble to witness his tricks. What was amazing is the fact that before any performance he would ask his audience to join him in prayer. God was his friend. This friendship with God became powerful and slowly John prepared for the priesthood. In 1841 at the age of 26, John was ordained priest. He was now ready to make his contribution toward the poor and homeless.

90. Headless Maiden Camp BurningMan 2000
Welcome to the Headless Maiden camp. Come sit at the table or drink at the bar. Check out our art or get an assport.
http://www.violetshivers.com/John/hmbm2k/index.html
The Headless Maiden Camp at 2:15 Head Way
Black Rock City, Nevada Burning Man 2000
Welcome to the Headless Maiden camp. Come sit at the table or drink at the bar. Check out our art or get an assport. For all of you who visited us on Head Way in 2k, thanks for stopping by.
So many of the other Burning Man 2000 sites show photos taken all over Black Rock City. As proprietors of a first time large scale Theme Camp, we found that the experience was different from previous years. Most of the action you experience is in your space. You become a part of the community in ways you don't when you're there to check out everything else. This site documents the creation of and life at our camp. For a comprehensive list of links to all those with sites about BRC 2000, check out Moorlock's page on the Official Site. For now, comon in and enjoy. Take a load off before going on to the other camps. Maybe you'll be inspired to create a theme camp for next year. Select any of the links above, or take in the entire theme camp experience from start to end right here
yahoo pamphlet Official Burningman site
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91. K / D Stable
Offers boarding, lessons, trail rides, Summer camps, Weekend GetA-Ways, and training by a john Lyons Certified Trainer. Special weekend packages including Show Weekend during May, Rodeo Weekend in June, Junior Rider Summer Training camp, and Adult Training Weekends. Located in Lee, Maine.
http://www.showbarns.com/kdstable.html
Email: kdstable@midmaine.com K / D Stable 202 Thomas Hill, Lee, Maine 04455 Stable Phone LANDMARK: I-95 North Exit 55, Rte 6 to Lee, right after Jefferson Ski Slope 8/10ths of a mile, on left. COUPON
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Summer Camps : Only 6 Campers are admitted to each camp. Camps are from Monday to Friday ending with a cook out, wagon rides, and Riding Demonstration by campers. Campers recieve both individual and group lessons. The camps cost $600 per week.
Transportation from Bangor International Airport in Bangor, Maine can be arranged. Camp applications should be asked for as soon as possible as camps fill by March.
Weekend Get-A-Ways ; Personal weekends for couples,families,small business groups or others. Stay at beautiful Dunloggin Bed and Breakfast on the shore of Silver Lake. Includes all meals, personalized trail rides and/or lessons, carraige rides and other activities as requested. Cost is $375 per person. Where there are no strangers, just friends we haven't met yet.

92. LaFayette Georgia
Information on Sons of Confederate Veterans camp 599, located in LaFayette, Georgia.
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ALL THINGS CONFEDERATE IN LAFAYETTE
Unveiling the Confederate Monument at LaFayette
Taken from the History of Walker County
By James A Sartain
After the address,Mrs Margaret Patton,President of the UDC local chapter, presented the monument to the veterans of the county.In the name of Camp Chickamauga Veterans,the Honorable B.F. Thurman accepted the gift.
When originally dedicated in 1909 the monument was on the north end of LaFayette Square and HE was facing an ever vigilant north. It is my opinion that he should once again face north instead of west as the southern soldier faced the north till the end.
History of Walker County,Ga
By James Alfred Sartain
Published by The A.J. Showalter Company of Dalton,Ga in 1932, This book has been a valuable source of info for me.Not only has it given me my ancestors but also a roster of his unit.No other reference has been so valuable to me.I would like to thank my grandfather for passing it along to me.It is an original version and I only know of three left in existence.I would be happy to loan it to any SCV member interested.
Sartain dedicates the book, "To the future citizens of the county-the citizens of tomorrow-children now,or yet unborn,who must in future wield the helm and guide the ship and shape the destiny of the countyto you from failing hands we throw the torch: be yours to lift it high; this history is reverently dedicated.

93. Camp, John S.
camp, john Steel submitted by Judy Featherstone. Source johnSteel camp his descendants by Paul W. camp Paul K. camp.
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submitted by Judy Featherstone John Steel Camp was born in 1784 in Rutherford County, North Carolina, son of Joseph and Susanna Roundtree Camp . He married Mrs. Dotty Morris. His first son, West Harris Camp was born about 1806. In the 1810 census he was living in Rockcastle, KY. In this census John was shown with two male children under ten years of age (West Harris and Joseph W.) and one female child under ten (Nancy, born in 1810). His father, Joseph, was in Pulaski County, KY (died 1813/14). For his father's estate in Rutherford County, NC., he was present on January 7, 1820 and signed the deeds on the last three pieces of property which his father owned in North Carolina. John S. Camp acquired fifty acres by land grant on Goos Creek in Casey County, KY, forty or fifty miles west of Rockcastle County. He then moved to Alabama and his son George L. Camp was born in there in 1822. By 1828 he was in Hart Township, Warrick County, Indiana where his brother, Benjamin and his nephew, William had been since before 1820. Between the birth of George L. in Alabama and John's move to Indiana, his wife, Dotty Morris Camp, died and he married Jane Ann Powers. His daughter, Susan Jane Camp was born in Warrick County, IN in February 1829.

94. Brig. Gen. John C. Carter Camp 207
Information on Sons of Confederate Veterans camp 207, located in Waynesboro, Georgia.
http://www.mindspring.com/~epeaves/207main.htm

95. Calvary Fellowship Of Doylestown
Pastor john Hessler. Worship held at camp Curiosity in Doylestown, Pa.
http://www.calvarydoylestown.org/

96. John H. Wood Middle School
68th Grades. North East ISD.
http://www.neisd.net/camp/schwood.htm
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97. Camp, John Anderson
Park Falls, WI. john Anderson camp age 65 of Park Falls, WI died SaturdayJuly 29, 2000 at the Veterans Hospital in Iron Mountain, MI.
http://www.novitzkefuneralhome.com/Camp-John_Anderson.htm
Park Falls, WI John Anderson Camp age 65 of Park Falls, WI died Saturday July 29, 2000 at the Veterans Hospital in Iron Mountain, MI. He was born December 21, 1934 in Draper, WI the son of Louis and Lillian (Gould) Camp. He attended school in Draper until the family moved to Maynard, AR. He then entered the U.S. Navy serving for 21 years until retiring in 1972. He married Jeanette Stutzman they later divorced and he moved to Park Falls. In 1977 he married Agnes (Hovanecz) Rose. The couple then spent their summers in Park Falls and their winters in Bracketville, TX. He was a member of the DAV, the Loretta-Draper American Legion and the Fleet Reserve. He is survived by his wife Agnes of Park Falls, WI and Bracketville, TX (4) Children- Cynthia (Charles) Spain of Hillsboro, OR, Jeffrey Camp of Orlando, FL, Brenda (Dan) Price of Kingsland, GA and Teresa Hood of Orlando, FL (1) Step-Daughter- Lisa (LeRoy) Hegwood of Silverdale, WA (9) Grandchildren and (1) Great-Grandson Sister- LaVetta Beal of Linden, MI (1) Brother- Carroll Camp of Rockledge, Fl

98. Sun Better Linux Than MS
While hackers talk code and play videogames at the JavaOne conference, Sun execs hone their strategy for keeping developers away from the Microsoft camp. john Gartner reports from San Francisco. Wired News
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99. Genealogy Data
96th District, SC Gender Female Parents Father Tarpley, James Mother camp, MaryFamily Marriage 1 JAN 1764 in Lunenberg, VA Spouse camp, john Birth 13
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Tarpley, Mary
Birth : 30 OCT 1740 North Farnham Parish, Richmond County, VA
Death : 17 AUG 1789 96th District, SC
Gender: Female
Parents: Father: Tarpley, James
Mother: Camp, Mary
Family: Marriage: 1 JAN 1764 in Lunenberg, VA
Spouse: Camp, John
Birth : 13 OCT 1743 Orange (now Culpeper) County, VA
Death : 1818 Walton County, GA
Gender: Male Parents: Father: Camp, Thomas Mother: Starling, Winifred Children: Camp, Starling Gender: Male Camp, William Gender: Male Camp, John Gender: Male Camp, Keziah Gender: Male Camp, Sarah Gender: Female Camp, Winnie Gender: Female Camp, James Gender: Male Camp, Annie Naomi Camp, Thomas Camp, Abner Mason
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Witherington, Martha Louise Rachel Birth : 15 APR 1836 Conecuh County, Alabama Death : 2 JUL 1864 El Dorado, Union County, AR Gender: Female Parents: Father: Witherington, James Mother: King, Mary Family: Marriage: 27 NOV 1851 in Union County, Arkansas Spouse: Langford, William Christy Birth : 3 SEP 1826 Dallas County, AL Death : 17 JAN 1891 El Dorado, Union County, AR

100. YMCA Camp Director, Flat Rock River YMCA Camp, John Piper, Ruth Lilly Outdoor Ce
through 1970 when each year, the character's of 600+ young men were being shapedand defined by their association with YMCA Flatrock camp Director, john Piper.
http://www.pipers-place.com/JRP/camp.htm
YMCA Camp ... "The Experience That Lasts a Lifetime"
John Piper's Y Work
Second only to his family, John Piper loved working for the YMCA (Young Mens Christian Association). The 26 years he devoted to the Greater Indianapolis Y, the last 15 as Camp Director, reached a culmination on May 17, 1971, when over 100 of his former campers, fellow workers and friends showed up at Flatrock Camp to honor his retirement.
He had spent the previous 15 years single-handly creating an environment for the 'experience that lasts a lifetime.' Unfettered by office politics and bureaucracy, John was free to call the shots.
His methods might not have everyone's approvalI have personally seen him teach more than one person to swim by literally throwing them into the poolbut his results could not be denied. Even in his day when most children had a father, many boys later told him that he was the most important man in their life.
Return with us to those thrilling days of 1956 through 1970 when each year, the character's of 600+ young men were being shaped and defined by their association with YMCA Flatrock Camp Director, John Piper.
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