Civilian Conservation Corps
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The Civilian Conservation Corps, or the CCC, was one of president Roosevelt's most popular New Deal programs
It was designed to help unemployed men to work. Men of all races between 17 and 18 years old were encouraged to sign up.
They young men were provided with food, education, and lived a disciplined military lifestyle.
They earned $30-$45 a month and were required to send a minimum of $20 home to help their struggling families and to put money into the government.
The young men worked on soul conservation projects, planted trees. and fought forest fires.
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