The same is often said- correctly, sadly enough- of eastern Kentucky. Here are a few for the list, most from the Big Sandy area: Camp Smith, CSA, 5th Kentucky Infantry and others, Sept-Nov 1861 (on the site of present-day Prestonsburg Community College; Camp Garret Davis, US, Gen. Wm. Nelson, 25 miles east of Mount Sterling near Olympian Springs, 1861; Camp Konkle, US, Gen. Wm. Nelson, Pretonsburg, 1861; Camp Hopeless Chase, US, Gen. Wm. Nelson, Pikeville, 1861; Camp Poverty, CSA, Trigg's 54th Virginia, six miles upriver from Pikeville, 1861; Camp Hager, CSA, Humphrey Marshall, pre-Battle of Middle Creek, near Paintsville, 1862; Camp Brownlow, US, Col./Gen. Garfield, present-day Pikeville City Park, Feb-March 1862; and Camp Finnell, US, Pikeville, Col. Dils and the 39th KY, 1863.
As for Camp Wadsworth on the list, it was a US camp in Hazel Green, Oct. 1861, Gen. Wm. Nelson.
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