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Living New Deal Project
Mar 8, 2015 Department of Agriculture. Federal Extension Service
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Civilian Conservation Corps members set up camp areas, thin and clear forests, clear and mark bridle trails, build fences around pasture lands, clean out prairie dog holes, and construct roads in the national forests of Colorado, Wyoming, and South Dakota. Includes shots of recreational facilities available to CCC members. National Archives Identifier: 7389 Local Identifier: 33.475 Creator(s): * Department of Agriculture. Federal Extension Service. (01/02/1954 - 04/13/1970) (Most Recent) From:...
Topics: Civilians, Colorado, Forests and forestry, Motion pictures, National parks and reserves, South...
Living New Deal Project
Mar 8, 2015 Department of Agriculture. Federal Extension Service
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Civilian Conservation Corps members clear slash from the sides of forest roads, thin trees, construct truck trails, destroy porcupine with traps and poisoned salt, seed and weed range land, spread poison for prairie dogs, and build check dams in streams. National Archives Identifier: 7388 Local Identifier: 33.474 Creator(s): Department of Agriculture. Federal Extension Service. (01/02/1954 - 04/13/1970) (Most Recent) From: * Series : Motion Picture Films, compiled ca. 1915 - ca. 1959 * Record...
Topics: Civilians, Floods, Forest fires, Forests and forestry, Motion pictures, National parks and...
Living New Deal Project
Mar 8, 2015 Department of Agriculture. Federal Extension Service
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Civilian Conservation Corps members thin and clear wooded areas and construct forest ranger cabins in the Wasatch National forest of Utah and in timber areas of Idaho. Includes shots of picnicking and hiking scenes, a swimming meet at McCall, Idaho, and CCC units installing a water supply at Pocatello, Idaho. National Archives Identifier: 7387 Local Identifier: 33.473 Creator(s): Department of Agriculture. Federal Extension Service. (01/02/1954 - 04/13/1970) (Most Recent) From:  Series :...
Topics: Civilians, Floods, Forest fires, Forests and forestry, Motion pictures, National parks and...
Living New Deal Project
Mar 8, 2015 Department of Agriculture. Federal Extension Service
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Civilian Conservation Corps members clear and level a campsite, erect camp buildings, construct forest roads, spread poisoned grain for gophers, uproot currant and gooseberry bushes to check the spread of white pine blister rust, fell trees, and process telephone poles in the national forests of Montana and Idaho. Includes shots of CCC living facilities. National Archives Identifier: 7386 Local Identifier: 33.472 Creator(s): Department of Agriculture. Federal Extension Service. (01/02/1954 -...
Topics: Civilians, Floods, Forest fires, Forests and forestry, Kelso (Wash.), Motion pictures, National...
Living New Deal Project
Mar 8, 2015 Department of Agriculture. Federal Extension Service
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Civilian Conservation Corps members build truck trails and auto roads, erect bridges, clear snag from wooded areas, construct telephone lines, survey and estimate forest lands, clear camping grounds and develop grazing lands in the Umpqua National Forest of Oregon. CCC units assist in flood rescue work at Kelso, Washington, and fight a forest fire near Tillamook, Oregon. National Archives Identifier: 7385 Local Identifier: 33.471 Creator(s): Department of Agriculture. Federal Extension Service....
Topics: Civilians, Floods, Forest fires, Forests and forestry, Kelso (Wash.), Motion pictures, National...
Living New Deal Project
Feb 6, 2015 Department of the Interior. Division of Motion Pictures
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Documentary: On the Civilian Conservation Corps' restoration of Fort Frederick as a Maryland State Park. Locates Fort Frederick on the strip of Maryland between Pennsylvania and West Virginia, 15 miles from Hagerstown. Explains that during the Civil War, Indian War, and the Revolutionary War it was used to protect the railroads, canal and a road on the Virginia side of the Potomac. Men clear land and collect relics from the soil. National Archives Identifier: 11737 Local Identifier: 48.106...
Topics: Architecture, Civilians, Motion pictures, National parks and reserves, Living New Deal
Living New Deal Project
Feb 5, 2015 Department of Agriculture. Federal Extension Service
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CCC units deter soil erosion in the Los Padres National Forest and build check dams above the Santa Barbara, Calif., reservoir. Reel 1 shows forest scenery, panoramic views of the city, mission buildings, a water filtration plant, and the city's reservoir. A fire rages through the forest in 1933. Rain water washes silt from the denuded slopes into the reservoir. CCC members sow mustard grass on the slopes. Reel 2, check dams are constructed above the reservoir to catch the silt. Excavations are...
Topics: Dams, Forest fires, Motion pictures, National parks and reserves, Santa Barbara (Calif.), Soil...
Living New Deal Project
Feb 5, 2015 Department of Agriculture. Federal Extension Service
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Civilian Conservation Corps members work in the national forests of California. Reel 1, a camp site is selected and tents are erected. CCC units fell snag, clear brush along fire lines, erect telephone lines, build a forest bridge, terrace denuded slopes, and construct check dams to control erosion. Reel 2, Ponderosa Way, a huge fire lane in the Sierra Nevada Mountains, is cleared. Heavy equipment is used to construct a truck trail up Mt. Whitney. CCC units battle a forest fire with hand tools...
Topics: Civilians, Forest fires, Forests and forestry, Motion pictures, Mountains, National parks and...
Living New Deal Project
Feb 4, 2015 Department of the Interior. Division of Motion Pictures
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Tourists arrive at Sequoia National Park by car and motorcycle. Shows closeups of a waterfall, an overhanging rock, and a bear. Tourists examine a huge Sequoia tree. Civilian Conservation Corps men work on the roads and eat at an outdoor field kitchen. National Archives Identifier: 11718 Local Identifier: 48.87 Creator(s): Department of the Interior. Division of Motion Pictures. (? - ?) (Most Recent) From: Series : Motion Picture Film Documentation of the Diverse Activities of the Department of...
Topics: Bears, Civilians, Motion pictures, National parks and reserves
Living New Deal Project
Feb 4, 2015 Department of the Interior. Division of Motion Pictures
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Farm scenes show cattle in a field, farm machinery, and men stacking hay. Various recreational areas for underprivileged children are located on a map. Children play in slum areas. CCC men do construction work in Chopwamsic Recreational Demonstration Area. City children file out of schools, board busses, debus at Chopwamsic, and hike, swim, and play. Includes brief flashes of the Lincoln Memorial and Reflecting Pool in Washington, D.C. National Archives Identifier: 11714 Local Identifier: 48.83...
Topics: Architecture, Children, Civilian Conservation Corps. (1937 - 07/01/1939), Farms, Lincoln Memorial...