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In May 1861, the site for the camp was selected and the troops began to arrive. The new camp was named for Governor Thomas Overton Moore, and Confederate Brig. General E. L. Tracy was placed in charge of it. During the remainder of 1861, the 4th-13th and 16th-20th regiments, as well as a battalion from americanheritage.com
Property Description Camp Moore was the largest Confederate training camp in Louisiana and the only Confederate training camp still open to the public. The museum is open at 10:00 AM and the last tour takes place at 3:00 PM, Wednesday through Saturday. Camp Moore is located on Hwy. 51, just north o from louisianatravel.com
One of the principal Louisiana Confederate induction centers and training camps during the war for southern independence. Named for Governor Thomas Overton Moore. Over 400 soldiers buried in the camp cemetery. from hmdb.org
Largest Confederate training camp in Louisiana and the only one in the US open to the public today. from museumstuff.com