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The CCC in South Dakota

This project has been given to the Civilian Conservation Corps CCC Museum of South Dakota.

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The Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) in South Dakota included between 70 and 80 camps. Over 20,000 men served in the corp between 1933 and 1941.

Have questions, comments, corrections, or information regarding the South Dakota CCC? Contact the CCC Museum of South Dakota

CCC Camps in South Dakota

no image Camp: Alcester DPE-211, SCS-3
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no image Camp: American Island SP-5, SCS-7
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no image Camp: Badlands Interior NP-3, NP-2
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no image Camp: Badlands Wall NP-2
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no image Camp: Black Fox F-25
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no image Camp: Calcite F-17
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no image Camp: Canton DPE-209
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no image Camp: Crow Creek DSE-205, SCS-1, SCS-5
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no image Camp: Custer F-12
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no image Camp: Doran S-2, SP-2, F-23
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no image Camp: Este F-3
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no image Camp: Farm Island SE-207, S-207
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no image Camp: Fechner SCS-6
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no image Camp: Harding County DF-19, F-19
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no image Camp: Hazelrodt F-11
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no image Camp: Headquarters D-Army-1
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This "CCC" project is part of a larger one that will undoubtedly never be completed. Some 20,000 plus workers served in the Civilian Conservation Corp. Some of those workers spent time at Mount Rushmore and it is that fact that sparked the interest in the "New Deal" program initiated by FDR. The plan was to focus only on those that contributed, in some way, to the Memorial project. It has since grown to include all of the CCC camp locations and the entire roster of workers.

The resources for the project include many references and several individuals. As we continue the work (well we can hardly call it work) we will make note of those resources and individuals. Peggy Sanders must be mentioned. Her extensive work on the CCC, her book(s) and her contribution to the Museum in Hill City have been most important in reaching this point in our project.