Camp Michaux was a secret World War II camp for interrogating prisoners of war. The camp northwest of the Pine Grove Iron Works was previously used as a CCC camp that provided labor for state-owned lands (e.g., Pine Grove Furnace State Park) and was used as a summer camp. The POW camp commander was Captain Lawrence C. Thomas, who also commanded the World War II Prisoner of War Camp, Gettysburg Battlefield, Pennsylvania.
- "Camp Information for S-51-Pa". Pennsylvania CCC Archive. Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources. Retrieved 2011-06-04. In 1929, the Uriah Camp was near Pine Grove.
- Atkins, Elizabeth (2008). "'The Prisoners Are Not Hard to Handle': Cultural Views of German Prisoners of War and Their Captors...Gettysburg, Pennsylvania". pp. 12, 22. Retrieved 2010-01-31.
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