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The Medaryville (Indiana) [[Civilian Public Service|Civilian Public Service]] Camp No. 28, which is about five miles (8 km) north of Medaryville, was opened in the Jasper-Pulaski Game Preserve when the [[Civilian Public Service Camp (Bluffton, Indiana, USA)|Bluffton, IN, Camp No. 13]] was moved to this location in early April 1942. It was a Mennonite-administered camp, and was the site of a handicraft institute in September 1944 and a conscription institute in March 1945. The men worked in a tree seedling nursery and on a game farm and participated in emergency farm work. The <em>Peace Sentinel</em> was published by the camp from July 1942 to March 1946. The camp was closed in April 1946.
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The Medaryville (Indiana) [[Civilian Public Service|Civilian Public Service]] Camp No. 28, which is about five miles (8 km) north of Medaryville, was opened in the Jasper-Pulaski Game Preserve when the [[Civilian Public Service Camp (Bluffton, Indiana, USA)|Bluffton, IN, Camp No. 13]] was moved to this location in early April 1942. It was a Mennonite-administered camp, and was the site of a handicraft institute in September 1944 and a conscription institute in March 1945. The men worked in a tree seedling nursery and on a game farm and participated in emergency farm work. The <em>Peace Sentinel</em> was published by the camp from July 1942 to March 1946. The camp was closed in April 1946.
 
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= Bibliography =
 
= Bibliography =
 
Gingerich, Melvin. <em>Service for Peace: a history of Mennonite Civilian Public Service</em>. Akron, PA: Mennonite Central Committee, 1949: 126-128.
 
Gingerich, Melvin. <em>Service for Peace: a history of Mennonite Civilian Public Service</em>. Akron, PA: Mennonite Central Committee, 1949: 126-128.
 
 
 
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The Medaryville (Indiana) Civilian Public Service Camp No. 28, which is about five miles (8 km) north of Medaryville, was opened in the Jasper-Pulaski Game Preserve when the Bluffton, IN, Camp No. 13 was moved to this location in early April 1942. It was a Mennonite-administered camp, and was the site of a handicraft institute in September 1944 and a conscription institute in March 1945. The men worked in a tree seedling nursery and on a game farm and participated in emergency farm work. The Peace Sentinel was published by the camp from July 1942 to March 1946. The camp was closed in April 1946.

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Gingerich, Melvin. Service for Peace: a history of Mennonite Civilian Public Service. Akron, PA: Mennonite Central Committee, 1949: 126-128.


Author(s) Melvin Gingerich
Date Published 1957


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Gingerich, Melvin. "Civilian Public Service Camp (Medaryville, Indiana, USA)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 1957. Web. 4 Dec 2016. http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Civilian_Public_Service_Camp_(Medaryville,_Indiana,_USA)&oldid=86828.

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Gingerich, Melvin. (1957). Civilian Public Service Camp (Medaryville, Indiana, USA). Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. Retrieved 4 December 2016, from http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Civilian_Public_Service_Camp_(Medaryville,_Indiana,_USA)&oldid=86828.




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