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During the Depression between 1936 and 1942 the Civilian

During the Depression between 1936 and 1942 the Civilian


Depression: Breadlines:long line of people waiting to be fed: New York City

Dorothea Lange, Migrant agricultural worker's family. Seven hungry children. Mother aged thirty-

Civilian Conservation Corps workers and a fawn, Big Spring Camp, today (October in Civilian Conservation Corps Collection, Archives Center, National Museum ...

During the Depression, between 1936 and 1942, the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC)

Emergency Relief Administration. 1934. "Women making mattresses in Wilmington in 1934."

Enrollees arrive at Fort Roosevelt, Virginia. Photo courtesy of USDA Forest Service (www


Civilian Conservation Corps Resource Page: The C.C.C. State-By-State: Arizona

Rare, Moving Photos of Black Life During the 1930s and '40s

"Carrying Her Shoes Home From Church," 1936, by Dorothea Lange, one

First lady Eleanor Roosevelt (center) at a Works Progress Administration site in Des Moines

Photograph of civilian refugees from the Spanish Civil War. Shots of War: Photojournalism during the Spanish Civil War. Mandeville Special Collections ...

Aug 1935: CCC (Civilian Conservation Corps) boys at work, Pirnce George's County

Great Depression in the United States. From Wikipedia ...

... the Civilian Conservation Corps, one of the first New Deal programs designed to create jobs for Americans during the Great Depression. From 1933-1942 ...

The Lasting Gifts of the Civilian Conservation Corps

Great Depression. From Wikipedia ...

After all, the country was still suffering from the financial devastation of the Great Depression. Unemployment rates for registered nurses ...

Never-before-seen pictures capture everyday life of destitute Americans during the Great Depression

Dorothea Lange's Migrant Mothers

The Tree Army: A Pictorial History of the Civilian Conservation Corps, 1933- 1942

The executive order that forced Japanese-Americans from their homes also put immigrants from Italy under the watchful eye of the government


Group of Civilian Conservation Corps boys arrive to camp in Tennessee, 1933. - Stock

Top left: The TVA signed into law in 1933. Top right: President Roosevelt led the New Dealers; Bottom: A public mural from arts program of the WPA

A Civilian Conservation Corps crew erects a telephone line in Fremont National Forest, Oregon. (OSU Special Collections & Archives)

As part of my ongoing project to blog the variety of stonework created by the Civilian Conservation Corps during the Great Depression, I recently made a ...

Buried machinery in a barn lot; South Dakota, May 1936. The Dust Bowl on the Great Plains coincided with the Great Depression.

Arthur Rothstein, Farmer walking in dust storm, Cimarron County Oklahoma

Great Depression Unemployment

Civilian Conservation Corps in Idaho, Salmon National Forest, Camp F-167,

Student Life at Illinois: A Timeline

TOP: President Franklin Delano Roosevelt signs the National Labor Relations Act. Courtesy of Getty

Ellen Woodward with First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt,

Sharecropper's sons - Arthur Rothstein FSA/Library of Congress Collection

Civilian Conservation Corps was one of the most successful New Deal programs of the Great Depression

Marino (right) at CCC camp, 1936. Photograph from Marino Collection.

Civilian Conservation Corps

Civilian Conservation Corps, Third Corps Area: typing class with W.P.A. instructor, 1933.

The CIVILIAN CONSERVATION CORPS (CCC) was a public work relief program that operated btwn 1933-1942 for unemployed, unmarried men from relief families, ...

Walker Evans, Allie Mae Burroughs, 1935–1936, a symbol of the Great Depression

FDR in 1933 (Photo: Elias Goldensky (1868-1943) [Public domain

(Eleanor Roosevelt visits the NYA in Quoddy Village, Maine, 1941. Photo courtesy of the FDR Presidential Library and Museum.)

Lincoln's New Salem hosts program about Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) October 12, 2017 at 7pm

"New Mexico was among the poorest states in the Union in the 1920s and it

Civilian Conservation Corps

Rupert Lopez in the fourth man from the right in the front row. From Civilian

Maine's Depression-era conservation corps honored for work in state woods

Civilian Conservation Corps was a Roosevelt Era program that allowed many an Appalachian boy a hand up and kept families from homelessnesss.

The Civilian Conservation Corps was a public work relief program that operated from 1933 to 1942 in the United States for unemployed, unmarried men from ...

A woman working in a military aircraft factory in Fort Worth, Texas in 1942. Millions of American women found work in the defense industry during the Second ...

... served in the Civilian Conservation Corps from 1936 to 1937. Aislinn Sarnacki | BDN

Great Depression

Robert W. “Bob” Audretsch retired as a National Park Service ranger at Grand Canyon in 2009 after nearly 20 years of service. Since then, he has devoted ...

FDRL African American girls learn tennis in a recreational program of the National Youth Administration (NYA), 1936. With civil rights champion Aubrey ...

Brandon served with the CCC at Sibley State Park in New London, Minn. Kathleen. “

Time for a 21st Century CCC

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Young men of the Civilian Conservation Corps working in loose-cut trousers and brimmed hats, Virginia, c.

... the story of John B. Scott, a black CCC enrollee who worked right alongside white enrollees at Grand Canyon. Indeed, Scott, who hailed from Spur, Texas, ...

CCC Workers planting trees in western N.C., crica 1936. Image from the State Archives

CCC men near Acton

Beltsville, MD CCC camp, 1936, view looking toward camp HQ.

Civilian Conservation Corps: "Great Smoky Mountains" 1936 US Department of Interior - YouTube

Civilian Conservation Corp worker cutting a coped joint on log cabin at Granite Creek, Teton

CCC workers at Seiur de Monts Springs (Acadia National Park) in The civilian Civilian Conservation Corps ( CCC) was created by FDR to put men to work during ...

FDR's Civilian Conservation Corps was created on April 10, 1933

The Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) — FDR's New Deal program that put young men from impoverished families and veterans in need of work on public projects ...

Ravensford Nursery

Ron Mitchell of St. Ignace Township recently discovered letters and other items from the 1930s

Civilian Conservation Corps in Southern Illinois, 1933-1942

The Civilian Conservation Corps poster image

The Civilian Conservation Corps, or, “Roosevelt's Tree Army” is a New Deal government agency signed into law by President Roosevelt on March 31, 1933.

Maine's Depression-era conservation corps honored for work in state woods

Men wearing raincloaks marching along a London street under police escort at the end of the

Civilian Conservation Corps enrollees sawing beetle infested tree at Lassen NationalForest in California 1933

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Civilian Conservation Corps Lake Arthur Campsite, was to provide employment for nation's men during the

This is a propaganda photo from WW2 that shows a lot about how women's lives changed

Larger view

Civilian Conservation Corps men working playing

Franklin Delano Roosevelt during his first campaign for President, in 1932.

Destitute Pea Pickers in California

CCC planting crew members at Humboldt Redwoods in 1935

During the Depression, between 1936 and 1942, the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) built numerous structures in the forest, often using durable Am… ...

Depression Era Kitchen - (photo taken between Government writers / photographers at the time were tasked with documenting the lives of destitute farmers.

Imprisoned innocent children, unaware of what's going on around them at the Weill public school in San Francisco, pledge allegiance to the American flag in ...

The Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC): Materials in the Grems-Doolittle Library

Bob Feldman : Texas During the Great Depression, 1930-1940

Seven hungry children in migrant family - Russell Lee FSA/Library of Congress

USA annual real GDP 1910–60, with the years of the Great Depression (1929–1939) highlighted

After selecting a design made by the famous landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted, the Civilian Conservation Corps (shown right) implemented the plan.

The WPA's purpose was to provide a variety of jobs for the unemployed during the Great Depression. But what kinds of jobs?

CCC camps in Michigan; the tents were soon replaced by barracks built by Army contractors for the enrollees.