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The Drum Barracks, also known as Camp Drum and the Drum Barracks Civil War Museum, is the last remaining original American Civil War era military facility in the Los Angeles area. Located in the Wilmington section of Los Angeles, near the Port of Los Angeles, it has been designated as a California Historic Landmark, a Los Angeles Historic Cultural Monument and has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Since 1987, it has been operated as a Civil War museum that is open to the public.
- also known as Camp Drum; Drum Barracks, Wilmington
- part of California, Los Angeles County, Wilmington
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by Gordon Morris Bakken
Congress creates the Dakota Territory; Leland Stanford, Collis Huntington, Mark Hopkins, and Charles Crocker found the Central Pacific Railroad Company; Drum Barracks in San Pedro, California, is established; the Battle of Chusto- Talasah ...
From Its Organization, September 29, 1789, to March 2, 1903 by Francis Bernard Heitman
Drew, Battery, Cal Drum, Camp, Cal Drum Barracks ...
by William Pencak
The Drum Barracks Civil War Museum in a suburb of Los Angeles is located in the last surviving building of the headquarters of the Union's Pacific Department during the Civil War. Troops marched from the building to Arizona and defeated the ...
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