Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) A Work relief program

A local Historical Marker stating where a CCC company was established

Who: The Civilian Conservation Corps was a public work releif program the operated from 1933 to 1942 establish by Franklin D. Roosevelt

A poster advertising the Civilian Conservation Corps

What: The CCC was establish In the United States for unemployed, unmarried men from relief families as part of the New Deal

One of the many forest job camps established by Roosevelt

When: 1933 to 1942

Where: United States

The Logo for the CCC

Historical Signifigance: The Civilian Conservation Corps was part of Franklin D. Roosevelt's New Deal plan that provided thousands of young men who were unemployed (due to the great depression) with jobs rebuilding and working on conservation projects in the United States such as national parks and camp grounds.

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