Camp Price

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Camp Price (1881-1883) - A U.S. Army Camp first established in 1881 in Cochise County, Arizona. Named Camp Price after Lt. Colonel Sterling Price who served in the Mexican War and during the U.S. Civil War as a Confederate General. The camp was abandoned in 1883.

Camp Price Area in Texas Canyon from I-10

History of Camp Price

A temporary camp and supply depot established in 1881 east of Camp John A. Rucker in Texas Canyon, Cochise County, Arizona.

The camp was abandoned in 1883.

Current Status

Unknown status in Cochise County, Arizona.


Location: Unknown in Texas Canyon, Cochise County, Arizona. Map point is in Texas Canyon, exact location of the camp is not known.

Maps & Images

Lat: 32.00431 Long: -110.13206

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Visited: Area 10 mar 2016


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