CAMP CABELL. Camp Cabell, a temporary United States military installation during the Spanish-American War, was located at Dallas and named for William Lewis Cabell, a Confederate general. The camp was occupied for a time by the Second Texas Volunteer Infantry.
Dallas Morning News, July 19, 1925.
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