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0102906
NEW DEAL: C.C.C. RECRUITS.
Recruits on a reforestation project for the Civilian Conservation Corps are trained in K.P. work at Fort Slocum, New Rochelle, New York. Photographed in 1933.
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0117922
NEW DEAL: C.C.C. CAMP.
World War I veterans, many in suits, are boarding a bus for dollar-a-day jobs at a government's reforestation camp at Fort Slocum, New York, 1940.
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0163360
CIVIL WAR: CAMP LIFE, 1861.
Tent life of the 31st Pennsylvania Infantry of the Union Army at Queen's farm, near Fort Slocum, Washington, D.C. Photograph, 1861.
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0171183
NEW DEAL: C.C.C., 1933.
The first group of recruits in the Civilian Conservation Corps dining in the mess hall at Fort Slocum in New Rochelle, New York, while undergoing training before being sent to work in the national forests, 8 April 1933.
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0162976
CIVIL WAR: CAMP LIFE, 1861.
Tent life of the 31st Pennsylvania Infantry of the Union Army at Queen's farm, near Fort Slocum, Washington, D.C. Photograph, 1861.
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0170393
NEW DEAL: C.C.C., 1933.
Three Civilian Conservation Corps workers peeling potatoes at Fort Slocum, New York, where they are being trained for reforestation service, April 1933. Left to right: Al Waxelbaum, Joseph Phillips and Patsy Gudice, all from Brooklyn, New York.