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    Florida Memory - Daniel Campbell, Walton County. c. 18-- Daniel Campbell was the youngest son of Angus Campbell and Catherine Morrison in Knox Hill, Florida. Civil war veteran, lawyer, and judge; member of the Florida Constitutional Convention.

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"Florida in the Civil War." This classroom collection from Florida Memory has photos, documents, timeline, and history of Florida's role in the Civil War. "In many respects, Florida remains the forgotten state of the Confederacy. Although the third state to secede, Florida’s small population and meager industrial resources made the state of little strategic importance to either side. However Florida’s 13,000 mile coastline proved invaluable for the production of salt..."

Vicksburg National Military Park If you are interested in the Civil War, this is a great place to visit..there are both car and walking tours..there is also a national cemetary there with thousands of civil war graves,

Florida Memory - Daniel Campbell family portrait, Walton County c. 1895 Persons identified on Florida Memories website

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