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CCC Oath, from The CCC at work. A story of 2,500,000 young men, 1941.
African American Civilian Conservation Corps fire fighters, northern Minnesota, ca. 1933. Photographed by the St. Paul Dispatch.
Workers at the Whitewater State Park CCC camp, ca. 1930s.
Indian Civilian Conservation Corps crew on the stockade site at the end of the first day of work, Grand Portage, Minnesota, 1937. Photographed by Willoughby Maynard Babcock, Jr.
Civilian Conservation Corps workers building a road near Roosevelt, Minnesota, ca. 1933. Photographed by J. A.Gjelhaug.
Civilian Conservation Corps camp, Sibley State Park, ca. 1930s.
Barracks at the Cut Foot Sioux camp, F-14, CCC Company 707 at Dear River, ca. 1938.
African American CCC Company 1728, Camp Temperance F-19, Tofte, 1934.
Civilian Conservation Corps, Company 1753, Elba, 1933. Photographed by George O. Mehl.
Camp dining hall, Company 707, Civilian Conservation Corps camp at Deer River, ca. 1936.
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