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I went through several publications of the UCV (1896 to 1921) and discovered a whole bunch of UCV camps in addition to LSU's holdings.

See http://onlinebooks.library.upenn.edu/webbin/serial?id=ucvcamps 
 
1896 = 850 Camps in UCV.   52 Camps were in Arkansas (ranked 7th of 23 states listed)

1897 = 1026 Camps in UCV.  67 Camps were in Arkansas (ranked 6th of 24 states listed)

1903 = 1523 Camps in UCV.  98 Camps were in Arkansas (ranked 6th of 24 states listed)

1908 = 1196 Camps in UCV.  71 Camps were in Arkansas (ranked 6th of 19 states listed)

1910 = 1196 Camps in UCV.  69 Camps were in Arkansas (ranked 7th of 18 states listed)

1912 = 1175 Camps in UCV.  70 Camps were in Arkansas (ranked 7th of 18 states listed)

1921 = 1020 Camps in UCV.  64 Camps were in Arkansas (ranked 7th of 17 states listed)


Robert A. Edwards
Benton, AR