camp fever n.
Many soldiers, victims of the smallpox and camp fever, were buried there during the Revolution.
Scores of brave men, whom thus far the bullets had spared, were the victims of camp fever and smallpox.
The percentage of those who die from camp fever has been reduced to a minimum.
The troops called it the "camp fever," and it was frequently aggravated by affections of the bowels and throat.
O, jest loafin' back here, gittin' well o' a crack on the head and the camp fever.
He was down with camp fever for some weeks and reached the battery again near Cumberland Gap, after the retreat from Kentucky.