This book details the Depression era history behind the simultaneous creations of the Civilian Conservation Corps and the Shawnee National Forest in southern Illinois, where enrollees at twenty-six camps worked on soil and forest conservation projects. A camp compendium provides photographs, the work history and company rosters of each camp.The doctor feared an infestation in camp of scabies, which was in aepidemic form in surrounding communities. ... Furthermore, Camp Eddyville had forty cases of mumps in January, and the camp was under quarantine.20 (See appendix 4 for the Company 1687 roster in February 1940.) ... Chafey also ordered a surprise fire drill to which the technical staff overhead responded immediately, but the armyanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Civilian Conservation Corps in Southern Illinois, 1933-1942|
|Publisher||:||SIU Press - 2015-03-03|