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Dan Lee speaks to Ancestral Trails Historical Society members at the April Meeting. Lee spoke on Camp Nevin, located between Glendale and Sonora. It was the home of at least 14,000 or more troops during the Civil War. It was located on the farm of David Nevin, for whom the camp was named. The camp was about six miles long along the Nolin River. It also was located near the railroad so delivery of food and other goods could be brought in. About 900 men died there of sickness or because they were shot. These bodies would later be moved to other locations.