HISTORY NEBRASKA MANUSCRIPT FINDING AID
RG4404.AM: Walter Mason Camp, 1867-1925
Papers on microfilm: 1905-1925
Civil engineer; researcher; historian
Size: 5 reels of microfilm
Walter Mason Camp was born in Capetown, Pennsylvania in 1867. He spent his career as a civil engineer specializing in railroad construction and maintenance. Camp became an avid researcher of Indian life and customs, most particularly the Indian Wars. He died on August 3, 1925, in Kankakee, Illinois.
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE
This collection consists of five reels of microfilm containing the research papers of Walter Mason Camp. The collection includes correspondence, interview notes, general research and field notes, drafts of writings, maps, newsclippings, and miscellaneous research and reference materials created and collected by Camp, and pertaining to the Indian Wars of the plains (1864-1890).
Note: This microfilm was purchased from Brigham Young University. They hold the original papers of Walter Mason Camp. Permission to publish anything from these papers is required by:
L. Tom Perry Special Collections; 19th Century Western & Mormon Manuscripts; 1130 Harold B. Lee Library; Brigham Young University; Provo, Utah 84602.
See the BYU website for a complete finding aid. An inventory is also available on the first reel of microfilm.
Collection finding aid
Interviews (Group 1 - alphabetical), Bailey - Yellow Bull
Interviews (Group 2 - 14 cm x 19 cm), Aisio - Windolph
Interviews (Group 3 - 11 cm x 14 cm), Adams - Young Hawk
Research and reference file
Camp, Walter Mason, 1867-1925
Immigration and American Expansion
Indians of North America -- Wars -- 1862-1865
Indians of North America -- Wars -- 1866-1895
Little Bighorn, Battle of the, Mont., 1876
Politics, Government, and Law
United States. Army. Cavalry, 7th
Revised TMM 10-18-2018