Black Hills CCC Pin
The CCC restored more than 3,900 historic structures.
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The Civilian Conservation Corps, also known as the CCC, was established in 1933 and put many young men to work doing worthwhile projects across the nation. The CCC restored more than 3,900 historic structures, developed in excess of 800 state parks and worked on countless projects in national parks. The CCC built over 28,000 miles of trails, more than 38,500 vehicle bridges, at least 3116 lookout towers as well as many lodges and museums. The CCC was disbanded after the start of World War II.
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