United States Civilian Conservation Corps (Neb.) [RG1491.AM]

HISTORY NEBRASKA MANUSCRIPT FINDING AID



RG1491.AM:  United States Civilian Conservation Corps (Nebraska)



Papers:  1933-1996 and undated; mostly 1930s

Nebraska

Size:  Two folders



SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE



This collection relates to the Civilian Conservation Corps, a program which employed young men in projects developing parks, forests, and agricultural resources, and its work in Nebraska. The manuscript portion of the collection consists of photocopies of published articles, newspaper clippings, and correspondence related to Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) camps in Nebraska and elsewhere, 1930s-1980s. This material includes information about CCC projects and programs; why the CCC was developed; how it operated; and lists of Nebraska camps and camp officers.



Note:  The photo component of this collection consists of approximately 80 photographic prints and negatives relating to the United States Civilian Conservation Corps work in Nebraska, 1933-1996, and undated, mostly 1930s. Included are photographs of group and individual CCC workers, camps, and projects.



INVENTORY



Articles, clippings, correspondence, etc.



 



ADDITIONAL RESOURCES



Various Nebraska, Iowa, and South Dakota CCC newspapers and newsletters on microfilm in the Library under film 339.782/Cll.



Official Nebraska CCC records are held at the NARA Federal Records Center in Kansas City, Missouri.



 



Subject headings:



Building sites

Chadron State Park (Chadron, Nebraska)

David City (Nebraska)

Denton (Nebraska)

Madison (Nebraska)

National parks and reserves

Natural resources

Nebraska City (Nebraska)

New Deal, 1933-1939

Niobrara (Nebraska)

Public works

Red Cloud (Nebraska)

Scottsbluff National Monument (Scottsbluff, Nebraska)

State parks — Nebraska

Tekamah (Nebraska)

United States Civilian Conservation Corps (Nebraska)



 



Revised TMM        07-31-2009

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