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A camel train in the mining country in 1870s
A camel train in the mining country in 1870s
Paul Frenzeny
Acquisition Number: 40_OW
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Harper’s Monthly, June 30, 1877. The United States Army started experimenting with the use of camels in 1857 but abandoned the effort just before the Civil War. The camels were auctioned off.

Reproduction Size: 20 x 27.5