Col. David Moore Camp 70
Named after Colonel David Moore, (1817-1893) served in the Mexican-American War and . He attained the rank of brevet Brigadier General, US Volunteers, and commanded the 21st Missouri Infantry & 51st Missouri Infantry as well as the Northeast Missouri Home Guards. He was at the battle of Athens in Northeast Missouri as well as the battles of Shiloh, Corinth and Iuka in Tennessee and Misssissippi. Later he would serve as a member of the Missouri General Assembly.
This camp lasted only about 3 years. Commanders were Mark Liby (seated to left) and Father Richard Frank (standing center). The camp accomplished one major project, the restoration of the Major Barney King monument in Canton, MO.