Native American remains unearthed at Camp Evans

Published in The Coast Star on November 25, 1999 By Desiree A. DiCorcia      During an archaeological survey being performed on Camp Evans last week by the Army, remains of a Native American burial ground were unearthed. Base Transition Coordinator for the Army Mike...

1,000 people tour historic Camp Evans

By DON STINE CORRESPONDENT Asbury Park Press Monday, November 22, 1999 - Pg.3 WALL – Telecommunications history from the early wireless telegraph laboratories of Guglielmo Marconi to the first transmission of a radio signal off the moon greeted visitors touring...

Man celebrates 60th anniversary – with Army

Published in The Asbury Park Press on November 21, 1999 Page AA4 By JOHN A. HARNES COASTAL MONMOUTH BUREAU FORT MONMOUTH – Samuel L. Stine dreamed of flying bombers, so he enlisted in the Army Air Corps on Nov. 14, 1939. But his dream was not to be. The Air...

Remains found at Camp Evans

Published in The Asbury Park Press on November 20, 1999 Page D1 Official says skull likely Native America By JOHN A. HARNES COASTAL MONMOUTH BUREAU WALL – An archaeological survey being conducted at Camp Evans, as part of the process to close and transfer the...

Historic status sought for camp

Published in The Asbury Park Press on November 1, 1999 Page B1by DON STEIN, CORRESPONDENTWALL – The Evans Area Restoration Advisory Board will ask the National Park Service to designate a portion of Camp Evans as a national historic landmark. Board member Fred...