This page, like other pages related to the WWI "Over Here" online exhibition are an open-ended work in progress! We will continue to add elements to the telling of the story as we encounter them.
Named for New York's Governor at the time, Charles Seymour Whitman, Camp Whitman referred to a smaller camp site on Fishkill Plains in East Fishkill in 1915. And a much larger camp site in Beekman starting in 1916.
This May 16, 2018 presentation is shared with the kind permission and courtesy of its researchers and authors, Drew Nicholson & Larry LaLiberte. Use left/right arrows either side of image below or click "full view" icon bottom right to enlarge.