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Camp Havedoneit

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Camp Havedoneit

Camp Havedonit was a satellite camp of Camp Edwards. It was located in Osterville, Massachusetts.


Camp Havedonit, was used by the United States Army Corps of Engineers as a landing area during World War II. It was located on the Crosby Yacht property, famous builders of the Crosby Catboat. It was paired up with Camp Washburn and Camp Candoit, which were both located nearby.

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  • Osterville, MA Cape Cod

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