Memories of District C, Civilian Conservation Corps, 1934

District C book cover

During the Great Depression, the Civilian Conservation Corps employed young, unmarried men to work on various conservation projects. These men lived in military style camps in the area where the conservation work took place. New on the McClung Digital Collection, Memories of District C, Civilian Conservation Corps, 1934, contains almost 100 pages of camp rosters, photographs, and company histories from 16 camps in Claiborne, Union and Anderson Counties of East Tennessee.