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Camp at Sanderson Marker, Sanderson, Fl.

This marker is located on the U S Hwy.90 in Sanderson, Florida. It was sponsored by the Florida Board of Parks and Historic Memorials 1961 .

It reads as :

" This site was used by both Union and Confederate soldiers as a camp during the campaign of 1864. The camp was used as a Confederate supply depot but it was abandoned on February 9, 1864. From the 9th to the 13th, it was held by Federals and used as a base for raids on Lake City and Gainesville. On February 20 the site was by Federals attacking Olustee. In retreat from Olustee the camp again fell into Confederate hands."

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30.25090000, -82.26931944

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Taylor, George Lansing, Jr.; Lance Taylor; Photographers -- Florida -- Jacksonville; Photograph collections -- Florida -- Jacksonville; Camp at Sanderson Marker; Camp at Sanderson; Union & Confederate soldiers; Baker County (Fl.); Sanderson (Fl.); Historical markers --- Florida --- Sanderson.; Images


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