Genealogy Series - Civilian Conservation Corps Indian Division on the Reservation
National Archives Museum
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Researchers may overlook the Civilian Conservation Corps Indian Division (CCC-ID) as it was largely overshadowed by the much larger regular CCC, but it was a landmark program during the 1930s. It employed thousands of Native Americans and brought material aid and conservation efforts to their reservations. The records of those Native American enrollees, what they worked on, and how they lived can be found in the holdings of the National Archives. Learn more about this session by Cody White and the Genealogy Series.
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