CCC Links & Resources

  • Friends of Upton State Forest  featuring programs and information on CCC Camp SP-25, 2105 Company, see Historic Resources
     

  • Friends of Myles Standish State Forest  featuring restoration efforts of CCC-built bath house and programs.
     

  • Civilian Conservation Corps Legacy (CCCL) , Edinburg, Virgina and St. Louis, Missouri. A non-profit heritage membership organization, CCC alumni membership, service records research, history, listings of state camps and companies.
     

  • Civilian Conservation Corps, from Wikipedia including references and bibliography.
     

  • Northeast States Civilian Conservation Corps Museum, Connecticut and New England CCC information, Shenipsit State Forest, 166 Chestnut Hill Rd./CT Rte. 190, Stafford Springs, CT, 06076, 860-684-3430.
     

  • Bear Brook State Park (NH) CCC Museum, 157 Deerfield Road, Allenstown, NH 03275, 603-485-9874.

 

Books

  • Paige, John C. The Civilian Conservation Corps and the National Park Service, 1933-1942: An Administrative History, National Park Service, 1985. 
     

  • Otis, Alison T; Honey, William D; Hogg, Thomas C; Lakin, Kimberly K.  The Forest Service and The Civilian Conservation Corps: 1933-42,USDA Forest Service, FS-395, August 1986 
     

  • Salmond, John A. The Civilian Conservation Corps 1933-1942A New Deal Case Study 1967.
  • A Study of the Park and Recreation Problem of the United States, US Department of the Interior, National Park Service, 1941. A period document assessing national, state and municipal recreational habits and development, considers CCC program involvement.
  • Good, Albert Houghton, and Biallas, Randall J., Park and Recreation Structures , National Park Service, 1938.
  • For a more complete list of books on the Great Depression period and the CCC program visit the National Park Service CCC bibliography

CCC Legacy Website

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