Camp fever


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Related to Camp fever: cabin fever, Putrid fever, typhus
typhus fever.

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Tap was a local word for fever and doolally tap meant someone was suffering from camp fever.
Thomas Jefferson later estimated that of 30,000 Virginia slaves who joined the British in search of liberty, "about 27,000 died of the small pox and camp fever.
A privileged girl with romantic notions, she is disappointed in her first husband, who obligingly dies of camp fever.