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Kay Nichols says...

On 09/03/11
at 03:38 PM

We always called this Camp Splinter. Does anyone know about that name?

Keith Kindsvatter says...

On 12/29/18
at 12:02 PM

My father was a laborer in Camp Woodbine from 26 APR – 30 SEP 1934. He was only 18 y.o. when he enlisted in the CCC at Ft. Knox, KY, and he did so to get out of a breadline. I possess his original discharge document and was wondering if their is a historical site I might donate it to.

Please contact me at if you have information and enter CAMP WOODBINE in the email title so I will know that it is not junk mail. Thank you!

Mike Keller says...

On 12/31/18
at 09:00 AM

I’m sure the West Virginia State Archives would like to have your document. I suggest you contact Records Archivist Debra Basham at and see what she thinks. I’ve also sent you email.

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