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  1. Concentration Camps on the Home Front: Japanese Americans in the House of Jim Crow by John Howard, 2008-10-15
  2. The Fool's Run by John Camp, 1990-09-04
  3. The Empress File (Kidd) by John Sandford, John Camp, 1992-11-01
  4. Volunteers' Camp and Field Book: Containing Useful and General Information on the Art and Science of War, for the Leisure Moments of the Soldier: 1862 Edition With Notes and an Append by John P. Curry, 2009-09
  5. Chosen Prey (Lucas Davenport, No 12) by John Sandford, John Camp, 2002-05-01
  6. Camp Rules!: Super Special (Katie Kazoo, Switcheroo) by Nancy E. Krulik, 2007-04-19
  7. Deer Camp : Last Light in the Northeast Kingdom by John M. Miller, 1993
  8. While You're Up: A Memoir by John M. Camp, Jr. by John M. Camp Jr., 2008-12-19
  9. The Diary of Prisoner 17326: A Boy's Life in a Japanese Labor Camp by John Stutterheim, 2009-12-15
  10. Camp Hell John Slater Series by John Slater, 1962
  11. Odyssey of a Derelict Gunslinger: A Saga of Exposing TV Preachers, Corrupt Politicians, Right-Wing Lunatics...and Me by John B. Camp, 2009-04-29
  12. War in the Shadow of Auschwitz: Memoirs of a Polish Resistance Fighter and Survivor of the Death Camps (Religion, Theology, and the Holocaust) by John Wiernicki, 2001-11
  13. Wings of Wind Selected Poems and Prose By Dorothy Tyrrel With the George Sterling Letters, Sponsored By John Camp by Dorothy Tyrrel, 1989-01-01
  14. Camp Adair: The story of a World War II cantonment : today, Oregon's largest ghost town by John Harvard Baker, 2005

1. Camp John Marc Home
Special Camps For Special Kids/camp john Marc is a 501(c)(3) nonprofitorganization. Copyright ©2002, camp john Marc, All Rights Reserved.
Dedicated to serving children with chronic illnesses and major physical disabilities. 2824 Swiss Avenue Dallas, TX 75204
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2. Camp John Hope FFA FCCLA Center Home
Leadership center for FFA and FCCLA students across the state. Also available for rental, providing lodging, meals, meeting room, and recreation for organizations. Located in Fort Valley. Photos, directions, history, and facility information.
281 Hope Entrance Rd / Fort Valley, GA 31030 Phone: 478-967-2302 Fax: 478-967-2728 Home Facilities Reservations Directions ... Lodging for Events at the Agricenter $7 Buffet
Open to the public Welcome! Camp John Hope FFA-FCCLA Center is a leadership center for FFA and FCCLA students across the state. The facility is also available for rental by any educational, civic, or religious groups under the supervision of adults.
The basic services provided to rental groups are

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3. Handbook Of Texas Online: CAMP JOHN WISE
format this article to print. camp john WISE. camp john Wise, a balloontraining station on 261 acres of leased land four miles north
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CAMP JOHN WISE Camp John Wise, a balloon training station on 261 acres of leased land four miles north of downtown San Antonio, was established on January 19, 1918. The United States Army Balloon School was transferred there from Fort Omaha, Nebraska. The personnel were quartered at Fort Sam Houston until March, when construction on their barracks was completed. The base reached a maximum strength of thirty-three officers and 1,800 enlisted men and was equipped with four balloons. The camp was named for John Wise of Philadelphia, a pioneer balloonist who constructed a balloon in which he set a world distance record in 1869. The base seems to have closed soon after World War I. qv BIBLIOGRAPHY: Robert E. Hays, Jr., Military Aviation Activities in Texas, World Wars I and II (M.A. thesis, University of Texas, 1963). Art Leatherwood top of page about search help ... suggest an article topic The Handbook of Texas Online is a joint project of The General Libraries at the University of Texas at Austin and the Texas State Historical Association
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4. Children With DIABETES - Camp John Warvel
Children with Diabetes is the online community for parents, kids, adults, and families living with type 1 diabetes. Print Format. Donate. camp john Warvel. Jump to a new section camp john Warvel is an American Diabetes Association's resident camp for children with diabetes ages 7 through 15
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Warvel 2003 Camping Session

Ages 7-15: June 8 - 14, 2003 (US$180)
CITs (Ages 16-18): No fee US$25 due upon registration American Diabetes Association
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Camp John Warvel is an American Diabetes Association's resident camp for children with diabetes ages 7 through 15. Held in North Webster, Indina, Camp Warvel provides a unique learning atmosphere for children to acquire the skills necessary to manage their disease. Sports, crafts, swimming, boating, and nature activities are offered. WHY
The American Diabetes Association, Indiana Affiliate, sponsors Camp John Warvel in order to provide an enjoyable, safe and educational out-of-doors experience for children with insulin-dependent diabetes. With an emphasis on fun, Camp Warvel offers a unique learning atmosphere for children to acquire (according to their developmental levels) new skills in caring for their diabetes. The camp experience instills confidence for the self-management of diabetes.

5. Camp John Marc
camp john Marc. camp john Marc is a permanent, yearround camping facility situated 85 miles southwest of Dallas on 140 acres of tranquil landscape of Bosque County in the beautiful Texas hill country.
Camp John Marc
Camp John Marc is a permanent, year-round camping facility situated 85 miles southwest of Dallas on 140 acres of tranquil landscape of Bosque County in the beautiful Texas hill country. It provides 20 wheelchair accessible, air conditioned cabins; lodge-style dining hall; centrally located building; accessible challenge course; athletic field; riding ring; amphitheater; chapel; shooting sports range; nature trails; and teepee, tree house and covered wagon camping areas.
Sample of Activities:
Fishing Wilderness Trails Arts and Crafts Cooking Playing Field Barn (open air gym) Soccer Basketball Kickball Ping Pong Softball Volleyball Court Camp fire
United Cerebral Palsy of Texas
United Cerebral Palsy Association of Texas hosts an inclusive weekend camp each semester at Camp John Marc, for children with disabilities and their friends and/or siblings, ages 6 -17.
They recruit campers for this exciting adventure, and we provide the counselors from KIN 314 and KIN 360.
Camping Faculty:
Pam Buchanan, UT Austin

6. What's It Like At Camp John Marc?
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7. Camp John Hay
camp john Hay. camp john Hay was a US Army camp near Baguio, Luzon.For a time, part of the 1st Battalion of the Philippine Division
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Camp John Hay
Camp John Hay was a US Army camp near Baguio Luzon . For a time, part of the 1st Battalion of the Philippine Division 's 43rd Infantry Regiment (PS) was stationed here. It primarily served, though, as a rest and relaxtion center for the US Military. Its prescence in mountains actually led to the creation of Baguio City At the present time, it has been converted as a tourist attraction by the Philippines. See also:

8. Morning Star
Isaiah 4031 Morning Star Chapel Scriptures. The Morning Star Chapel, builtin 1995 and dedicated in October of that year, serves camp john Marc.
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s The Morning Star Chapel, built in 1995 and dedicated in October of that year, serves Camp John Marc. It is used for non-denominational services on Sundays during the camp's spring, summer and fall programs. It is the site of memorial services honoring those campers who have died. Morning Star Chapel has been the site of three weddings. It is a place for quiet, solitary reflection and a place for people to gather. The chapel has a variety of uses, just as Camp John Marc hosts a variety of programs.

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    10. Baguio Hotels: Camp John Hay Manor, Baguio, Philippines. Hotel Description, Revi
    Baguio hotels camp john Hay Manor A deluxe resort hotel a few meters awayfrom Baguio city center, set amidst pine trees and gently rolling slopes.
    Philippines Hotels:Camp John Hay Manor, Baguio, Philippines.
    Camp John Hay Manor in Baguio, Philippines
    Camp John Hay Manor
    Loakan Road, Baguio, Benguet, Philippines
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      Location for Camp John Hay Manor

    Located in Loakan Road, a 10 minute-drive from the city center. The Philippine Military Academy is 15 minutes further up. Airport is 2 to 3 minutes drive.
    Baguio is accessible by land and air. Daily airconditioned buses to and from Manila are found in the city. Commercial flights in Loakan Airport are also available daily.
      Rooms and rates for Camp John Hay Manor
    Superior Rooms are approximately 38 square metres with twin or king beds. Deluxe Rooms are the same in size but with a balcony overlooking the Manor gardens. One Bedroom Suites are 84 square metres with a twin bed. Two Bedroom Suites at around 97 square metres offer 2 queen beds in the guest room and a queen or king in the master's room. The Suites have a kitchen, living room and dining area. All rooms/suites have a view of the well-manicured gardens and the mountains.
    • Check-in time 14:00 and check-out time 12:00.

    camp john HAY MARKS CENTENARY. BAGUIO CITY, OCTOBER 31, 2003 (STAR)camp john Hay marked its centenary on Oct. 25, ending celebratory
    CAMP JOHN HAY MARKS CENTENARY BAGUIO CITY, OCTOBER 31, 2003 (STAR) Camp John Hay marked its centenary on Oct. 25, ending celebratory activities begun since July. Now managed by the Camp John Hay Development Corporation and the John Hay Management Corporation, the the former US rest and recreation facility was created by then US President Theodore Roosevelt on Oct. 25, 1903 as a military reservation. The area, formerly owned by the late Mateo Carino, was part of a vast pastureland called by its Ibaloi inhabitants as "Kafagway." Kafagway was later called Baguio City while the military reservation was later known to be Camp John Hay. From then on, Camp John Hay offered historical tours to schools and students to heighten appreciation of the camp‘s history. On Oct. 25, the camp‘s historical core was formally opened with the inauguration of the John Hay Museum at the old Bell House. The historical core centers on the converted Bell House, its adjacent Bell Amphitheatre, the old Honeymoon Cottage, a history trail depicting the various stages of the history of the camp, an artists’ catelier, the Cemetery of Negativism, and a secret garden. Present during the unveiling of the marker of the Historical Core were CJH DevCo officials led by president, Robert John Sobrepena, JHMC officials led by president and CEO Florencio Padernal, and local officials led by Baguio Congressman Mauricio Domogan and Mayor Bernardo M. Vergara.

    camp john HAY PERSISTENCE THROUGH TIME. camp john Hay, Baguio City,July 21, 2003 (BULLETIN) By Lynda B. Valencia STAR (PNA) – Cool
    CAMP JOHN HAY: PERSISTENCE THROUGH TIME Camp John Hay, Baguio City, July 21, 2003 (BULLETIN) By Lynda B. Valencia STAR (PNA) – Cool climate (averages 19 degrees Celsius all year round although the temperature varies from a high of 25 degrees Celsius during the summer months to a low of 12.9 degrees Celsius during cold months) and land lush pine trees are but a few of the things that set Camp John Hay (CJH) apart from other tourist destinations in the country. As it launched its centennial celebration (1903-2003), more developments for this former US military rest and recreation facility have been programmed. Guests during the launching held at the CAP-John Hay Trade and Cultural Center were Richard K. Pruett, First Secretary, Embassy of the United States of America; Florencio F. Padernal, chairman, Bases Conversion Development Authority (BCDA) and president, John Hay Development Corporation; James Marsh Thomson, director, Camp John Hay Development Corporation (CJH DevCo); Atty. Damaso Bangaoet, vice president of CJH DevCo; Freddie Alquiroz, COO, CJH DevCo; Gillian Cortez, VP for marketing and public affairs and local officials. Thomson said the celebration initiates “a period of commemoration of this beautiful place and its significance after providing 100 years of rest, relaxation, rejuvenation, invigoration and inspiration to the people of the Philippines and primarily for many years for the members of the American military stationed in the country and elsewhere in Asia.”

    13. Camp John Hay Centennial
    Features information on its history trail, Bell house amphitheater, secret garden, honeymoon cottage, cemetery of negativism, souvenir shop, artists' atelier and veranda cafe'
    Welcome to the Camp John Hay Centennial Website
    HISTORICAL CORE Welcome to the Camp John Hay Historical Core...a Living Museum! As Camp John Hay was shedding its military persona and donning a civilian character, a three hectare slice of the reservation was designated as a historical core. Deemed inviolate to the whims and winds of change, it was envisioned as more than just a window on time. While it provides a glimpse of the earliest days of the Camp, as a living museum it serves as a link between its traditionally focused mission with its evolving roles as a tourist haven, a historical preserve, a cultural repository and an environmental sanctuary. More
    As it has been in the past, the amphitheater is available for concerts, weddings and other special occassions A HUNDRED YEARS AT CAMP JOHN HAY
    By Bona Elisa Resurreccion For this reason, the American colonial authorities lost little time in verifying the report of a Spanish expedition that had surveyed the area to assess its suitability as a health resort. In 1900 Dean Conant Worcester, a member of the first and second Philippine Commissions led an expedition to Baguio. During their stay, the group did not only confirm the findings of the Spanish expedition but also found the forerunner of Camp John Hay: a thatch-roof hut built in 1899 by American soldiers in pursuit of fleeing Filipino revolutionaries. (Interestingly enough, the built their one-room headquarters by a spring beside the site where the building that would later serve as hospital, bachelors, quarters and is now the Asian Institute of Management would later be erected.)

    14. Camp John Hay Centennial
    The camp john Hay Historical Core. . .a living museum.
    The Camp John Hay Historical Core. . .a living museum History Trail Our Secret Garden Honeymoon Cottage Cemetery of Negativism ... Other Areas
    As it has been in the past, the amphitheater is available for concerts, weddings and other special occassions TOTEM POLE The visages of men who ushered in the American colonial era, who shaped the development of Baguio City and Camp John Hay, and who led the liberation of the Philippines during World War II look out over the changes time and circumstance have wrought. Emilio Aguinaldo is the sole Filipino on the pole, considered a worthy adversary who led the fight to keep the Americans out. Starting at the top, they are Admiral George Dewey, General Emilio Aguinaldo, President William Howard Taft, Secretary John Milton Hay, WIlliam Cameron Forbes, President Theodore Roosevelt, Major General Franklin Bell, Lt. Colonel Lyman W. Kennon, Mayor James Halsema, General Douglas Mcarthur.

    15. Camp John Hay - Encyclopedia Article About Camp John Hay. Free Access, No Regist
    YMCA John Island Summer Camp, Ontario, CanadaInformation about summer camp programs at YMCA John Island Camp, a Canadiansummer camp located on an island in northern Lake Huron. John Hay
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    Word: Word Starts with Ends with Definition Camp John Hay was a US Army The Army is that branch of the United States armed forces which has primary responsibility for land-based military operations. Historically, the Army was formed before the establishment of the United States, in 1775, to meet the demands of the American Revolutionary War.
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    The U.S. Army has three components:
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    Click the link for more information. Luzon Luzon refers to the largest and most important island in the Philippines and to one of the three island groups in the country, with Visayas and Mindanao being the other two. As an island, Luzon is the Philippine's largest at 104,688 square kilometers, and is also the world's 17th largest island. Located on it is the country's capital, Manila, and the most populous city, Quezon City. The island is very mountainous, and is home to Mt. Pulag, the second highest mountain in the country and Mayon, the most famous volcano. To the west of Luzon island is the South China Sea, to the east is the Philippine Sea, and to the north is Luzon Strait.
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    16. YMCA John Island Camp - John Island History
    YMCA John Island camp john Island History. YMCA of Sudbury, Canada. Allcontents © YMCA John Island Camp, Sudbury, Ontario Canada 19982001.
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    Sudbury, Canada Go To... Home Summer Camp Programs Camper Fun Zone Discussion Forums ... Hiring Information In the late 1800's John Moyles and his brothers established a lumber mill on the current site of YMCA John Island Camp. The mill employed more than 100 workers and featured a company town called Moyles Mills. John Island was home to a school, general store, large community dance hall, and traveling baseball team. In fact, our camp baseball field is on the same site as the original baseball field, where baseball games have been played for more than 120 years! Stories of gunfights, bootlegging, and illegal gambling abound, and many are recorded in our camp museum. The milling company and town property changed owners over the 30 years of operation and eventually many buildings burnt down just before World War One. The townsite in winter The foundations of the sawdust burner, main mill building and other buildings can still be seen on the site today. The famous sand of John Island is still reveals artifacts of the milling days of John Island. Just after the Second World War ended, the Bell Family of Sudbury donated 272 acres of the townsite to the Sudbury Family YMCA. Built entirely by volunteers of the Sudbury Y's Men Club, YMCA John Island Camp opened to campers in the summer of 1954.

    17. CAMP JOHN (CNN)
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    19. GYC: Council Camps
    camp john L. Mensinger is the Greater Yosemite Council s longtermresident camp. The camp is located on 168 acres in mid elevation
    The Greater Yosemite Council owns and maintains four campsites that provide different atmospheres and facilities to better serve the Scouts in our Council. Each camp is in a different type of natural setting to give a person a wider appreciation of the wonders of nature that surround us. All of these camps are available for short-term camping when their main program is not in session. Be warned! During the off-season Camp McConnell is the only camp with power and usable water. Check with the Greater Yosemite Council Service Center for more information and reservations. Soap Creek Pass, High Adventure Camp Camp John L. Mensinger Camp Warren McConnell Camp Walter Isom ... Camp Minkalo For more information contact the Council Office:
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    20. Historic California Posts: Camp John T. Knight
    Military Museum. Preserving California s Military Heritage. HistoricCalifornia Posts camp john T. Knight. camp john T. Knight, was a
    California State Military Department
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    Camp John T. Knight
    Camp John T. Knight, was a temporary World War II post at Oakland, was named for Brigadier General John Thornton Knight, who was awarded the Distinguished Service Cross during World War I for his outstanding service in the Quartermaster Corps. Part of the overall San Francisco Port of Embarcation, it later became part of the Oakland Army Base.
    John Thornton Knight
    John Thornton Knight, was a brilliant officer in the United States Army, rising to the rank of Brigadier General. An account of his record is given in the Hampden-Sydney magazine and is as follows

    "John Thornton Knight, 1880, Brigadier General, U. S. A., retired, died at his home in San Francisco, California, after a brief illness of pneumonia, January 15, 1930. He was the son of the late Captain John H. Knight of Poplar Hill, Prince Edward County, Virginia, and was born April 18, 1861.
    "He received his preparatory training at Prince Edward Academy, Worsham, Virginia, under Professor James R. Thornton and entered Hampden-Sydney College in 1877, a member of the class of 1880. In 1879 he entered the U. S. Military Academy at West Point and in due time graduated (1884) and received a commission as second lieutenant of cavalry in the U. S. Army.

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