This book is a list of citations covering the wealth of information written about the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC). The CCC was President Franklin D. Roosevelt's favorite and most respected New Deal program. It provided economic assistance and hope for the future to the many enlisted men and their families during the height of the Great Depression. These men developed state parks, built roads and bridges and restored the environment from the devastation caused by droughts and deforestation of the west. Through hard work, they found renewed pride in themselves and their country. Their efforts can be seen in former camp sites and parks across the nation. There continues to be a fascination with the CCC. It is often studied as a model program of youth service work, conservation, and adult education. This collection will be useful to all who study the New Deal era and especially to those who concentrate on the CCC. The bibliography is organized by material type, including Federal Government documents, magazine, and journal articles, ERIC documents, books (including theses and dissertations), videos and films.
The magazine, journal articles, and ERIC documents are briefly annotated to further assist the researcher.
Jean Wells is Reference Librarian and Web Page Manager at Dacus Library, Winthop University in Rock Hill, South Carolina. She received a Bachelor of Arts in History from Winthrop College and a Master of Library Science degree from the University of South Carolina. Jackie McFadden is a Reference Librarian and Coordinator of Government Documents at Winthrop University's Dacus Library in Rock Hill, South Carolina. She received a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration from Columbia College and a Master of Library Science degree from the University of South Carolina.