Civilian Conservation Corps Enrollees In Washington, Idaho And Montana: A List Of 10,168 Names From Three Annuals Of Fort Lewis In 1937 And Fort George Wright In 1937 And 1938-39
The Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) put over three million men to work doing conservation and recreation work on public and some private lands from 1933 to 1942. In Washington state 44,139 men participated as enrollees. In nearby states enrollee participation was: Idaho at 21,330 and Montana at 22,755. In 1937 Direct Advertising Company of Baton Rouge, Louisiana published a 142 page long officia...
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annual for the Fort Lewis District. Also in 1937 Fort George Wright published an annual followed by another for 1938-1939. All three books listed the CCC enrollees and staff for their camps with photos including a short summary of their work with photos. CCC historian Robert W. “Bob” Audretsch combed through the three annuals to compile this list of 10,168 enrollee names. Altogether this new compilation contains 4,805 enrollee names from Washington camps, 5,047 in Idaho camps and 316 in one Montana camp.