Camp Gibbs

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Camp Gibbs (1864-1864) - Established 21 Jul 1864 by Capt. John M. Drake, 1st Oregon Volunteer Cavalry, Crook County, Oregon. Named for Governor Addison C. Gibbs. The camp was abandoned 22 Aug 1864 and moved to Camp Dahlgren.

Camp Gibbs Locale

Camp Gibbs History

Selected as the site for a supply depot but abandoned when forage became scarce.

Current Status

Private property.

Location: Southeast of Prineville, Crook County, Oregon, on Rt. 380 to Maury Creek Road. South on Maury Creek Road to Arrow Head Loop Road.

Maps & Images

Lat: 43.99990 Long: -120.25110

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Visited: 8 May 2010

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