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New York National Guard preps for World War I at camp in South Carolina
171001-Z-A3538-1001.JPG Photo By: New York State Military Museum

Spartanburg, SC - New York National Guard Soldiers of the 22nd Engineers at work widening "the Snake Road," which connected Camp Wadsworth, where the men of the 27th Division of the New York National Guard trained for World War I, with Spartanburg, South Carolina, five miles away. The division's engineers had to maintain the road which hadn't been designed to accomodate 27,000 potential travelers.


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