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Camp Pike - World War 1 Cantonment - A.E.F. Training Center - Arkansas

Camp Pike, National Army Contonment, Little Rock, Arkansas

Camp Pike, Arkansas was named in honor of Brigadier General Zebulon M. Pike, U.S. Army, discoverer of Pike's Peak; killed in action, 1818. Established July 18, 1917 to serve as training camp for 87th Division (National Army) , which occupied the cantonment August 1917 to June 1918. Construction started June 17, 1917 and continued through 1918.

Designated as infantry replacement and training camp, April 1918, as infantry training center, August 21, 1918, and as a demobilization center, December 3, 1918. Retained as permanent reservation. Known as Camp Joseph T. Robinson since 1937.

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