Indian Wars to WW1 Relics from Camp Cody, NM

Ex: Bill Hill Collection


Discovered at Camp Cody, NM, this frame of relics consists of items from the Indian Wars all the way to World War One. 


- Quality display fram included!


~ Camp Cody, NM ~

During World War I, Camp Cody, directed by Augustus P. Blocksom, was a military instructional course for the National Guard units from North and South Dakota, Nebraska, Minnesota, and Iowa. Officers got essential preparation there prior to leaving for the conflict in France. The different National Guard units together shaped the 34th Infantry Division and were nicknamed the "Dust storm Division," a name in view of the camp's desert environment. Camp Cody was additionally constructed on account of the danger of Mexican intercession in WWI.

Indian Wars to WW1 Relics from Camp Cody, NM

SKU: Camp Cody, NM Relics Frame
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