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Camp near Belle Plains

Camp near Belle Plains
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Title: Camp near Belle Plains
Description: Small pen and pencil drawing of the camp of the 104th New York Volunteers near Belle Plains, Virginia, during the Civil War. Perhaps it was made by George R. Hall of that regiment after a published woodcut by H. Besancon.

Image ID: 33589
Hall, George R.
City, State: Belle Plains, Virginia
Album 13 (The Civil War--Portraits, Military Camps, Military Training)
Genre: Drawing
Subjects: Tents
Civil War, 1861-1865
Military camps

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