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Doyle Wheeler said:   December 9, 2013 5:07 pm PST
My father, Charlie L. Wheeler, entered the CCC in the autumn of 1936, before he married my mother. He was proud of the work he accomplished while there & at the same time his money was sent home to his parents to assist their large family. Charlie was in Project # F-190, Company #5703 which opened 10/16/1936. My father told me he road in by rail, so it must have been Lewiston Railroad. His camp was located @ Brown's Creek, 92 miles East of Peirce, Idaho, their Post Office. Charlie worked in the saw shop: sharpening tools such as cross cut saws & axes. He kept fires in the barracks during they day while others were cutting fire lanes around the forest for fire control. I have photos I would be happy to share copies with anyone. I am interested in learning more about details of their experience in CCC camps as well as learn more about your program at CCC Legacy.

Randy Charlton said:   December 8, 2013 8:06 pm PST
My Grandfather went to Camp Northern Light CU 704 CCC I have a lot of great Pictures from 1934

joseph woloszanski said:   November 14, 2013 8:10 pm PST
still looking for info concerning my dad. he was in the ccc in the 30's. he worked in Waynesboro pa. Not sure of year.

ron watts said:   November 11, 2013 12:58 am PST
my father, woodie watts, was in the 3C"s. he was from kentucky.

Cornelius Robinson said:   November 9, 2013 11:16 am PST
I Believe my Father in Law "George Samaniego" was in CCC some time in the mid 30's to early 40's not sure what company but I think he was in the San Bernardino Mountains Area Of California I think the f-157 City Creek, Highland CA. but it may have been Upland, San Antonio CA. I was told he helped with making some of the stone and chain (Guardrails) in the mountain's I am looking for any information that I can find, A enrollment Card, Name of camp, Areas he worked, and Photos would really be great Please e-mail with any information Thank you and have a Blessed Day

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