The Archeology of the Civilian Conservation Corps in Rocky Mountain National Park
Author(s): William Butler
The Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) was very important in building much of the infrastructure in use today in Rocky Mountain National Park. Included here is information about five camps built in the park, and one located just outside the park. This paper is a slightly edited version of Chapter 12 in a larger study on the historic archeology of the park (Butler 2005). The intent of that study was not to provide a complete history of mining, ranching, resorts, sawmills, or the CCC, etc., but to provide background information to assist in identifying and interpreting any physical remains found in the field that may be related to the CCC.
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The Archeology of the Civilian Conservation Corps in Rocky Mountain National Park. William Butler. 2006 ( tDAR id: 371769) ; doi:10.6067/XCV80000T8
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