“Kangarooing” at Camp Chickamauga

When war broke out with Spain in 1898, the United States had a very small professional military.  As a result, many of the units which eventually sailed to Cuba, Puerto Rico and the Philippines were made up of volunteers.  They first assembled at camps in different parts of the country for training and other preparations. ... Continue Reading →

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