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CCC Alumni Groups and Information Links

The website links below are provided to learn about the alumni of the Civilian Conservation Corps and national information about the CCC.

James F. Justin CCC Alumni National Contact Website:

Justin CCC Alumni Website Photographs:

Justin CCC Alumni Website Documents:

Camp Seiad 1938 (CCC Camp 1910) Siskiyou County and
Camp China Creek - Road Construction Side Camp:   

CCC Ninth District Camps 1938 (California and Oregon):

CCC Featured Enrollee Webpage:

View CCC "Happy Days" Newspaper:

"Happy Days Booklet"  from CCC Legacy:

CCC and Land of the Giants 1935 National Archives Video:

(Broadband or high speed internet connect is required to view this video)
(Video Length: 23 minutes approx.)

Camp Roosevelt CCC Legacy Foundation, Virginia Based Website:

St. Louis Office of the Civilian Conservation Corps Legacy (CCCL),
(formerly the National Association of CCC Alumni) Website:

CCC Historic Photographs of Doheny State Beach Interpretive Association:

African Americans in the Civilian Conservation Corps
New Deal Network Website:

National Park Service CCC Online Book Website:

Natrional Park Service CCC Work at Shenandoah National Park Website:

NPS CCC at Shenandoah National Park
Oral History Transcripts Website:

National Archives: Records of the Civilian Conservation Corps [CCC]

CCC Materials in the National Park Service History Collection
National Park Service History Collection RG 4 Website:

Civilian Conservation Corps National Accomplishments
New Deal Network Website:

Civilian Conservation Corps Historical Photographs
New Deal Network Website:

CCC Soil Conservation - Natural Resources Conservation Service-
U.S. Dept of Agriculture Website:

Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum: Audio Recordings

Franklin D. Roosevelt Speeches on the CCC: Transcripts
Idaho Public Television Website:

Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library
CCC Historical Photographs Website:

Suspension Bridge over the Sacramento River at Sims Flat Campground
Built in 1930s by the Civilian Conservation Corps
Redding Newspaper Website:

Civilian Conservation Corps Resource Page. A Resource Page For Students Wishing To Participate in the Arizona NACCCA Chapter 44 CCC 75th Anniversary Student Writing Competition: