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Graphic Title: World War I
Photograph - Remount Station, Camp Meade, Maryland
During World War I, the Camp Meade remount station collected over 22,000 horses and mules.  2,000 were sold to the British in August of 1918.  The officer in charge of the remount station was Major Peter F. Meade, a nephew of General Meade after whom Camp (later Fort) George G. Meade was named.
Graphic: Filmstrip of World War I Thumbnails (click on a picture)Color Postcard of Camp MeadePostcard of Camp MeadeWorld War I-era RagmanEleventh 'LaFayette' Division, 1918World War I-era Chapel in Odenton, Maryland