Camp McDowell

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Camp McDowell (1865-1865) - Established first as Camp Humbug on 31 May 1865 by Capt. Abner W. Waters, Company F, 1st Oregon Volunteer Infantry. Later moved and renamed Camp McDowell after Maj. Gen. Irvin McDowell, commander of the Military Department of the Pacific. Abandoned 11 Jul 1865 and the troops removed to Fort Walla Walla.

Camp McDowell History

Established to keep an eye on the local Indian population. Active for only six weeks.

Current Status

Unknown.


Location: South Side of Camas Creek, near Ukiah, Umatilla County, Oregon.

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Lat: 45.13056 Long: -118.92917

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