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 Index Page numbers in italics refer to illustrations. Adams, Arnel B., 36, 119, 137, 144 Adams, Jane, 13, 21, 32 African American CCC camps, 49 Agnew, Hattie E., 24 Agnew home, 22 Agricultural Adjustment Administration, 26 Ainsworth, Everett, 123, 124, 138–39 Ainsworth, Joe, 122 Akers, Frank T., 138–39 Alden, John B., 24 Alden and Lieb, 19 Alexander, G., 156 Alexander County, IL, geography, 11 Allan, 129 Allen, Ernest, 19 Allen, G., 156 Allen, John W., 137, 138–39 Allen, W. H., 68 Allen, William, 130, 138–39 Alto Pass, IL, 25, 187n5 (chap. 1) American Federation of Labor, 29 American Fruit Growers, Inc., 18 American Labor movement, 29 Anderson, A., 156 Anderson, Edward W., 138–39 Anderson, Loren, 193n22 Anderson, Mr., 19 Anderson, Sherwood, 30, 32 Anderson, Sumner M., 160 Ankovitch (Anklevitch), Lawrence, 138–39, 149, 151 Anna State Hospital patients, 21–22 Anna, IL, 13, 25, 155 Ashley, Lewis (ICRR chief engineer), 13 Ashley family, 15 Atteberry, Densel R., 138–39 Baker, Jesse, 53 Baker, Thelma, 131 Balanced Rock, 132 Ball, S., 156 Baltimore, Benny, 95, 95, 96, 156, 162 Bangiolo, Joseph A., 83, 84, 138–39 Barker, W., 156 Barry (first lieutenant), 36 Barry, John (Jack), 97 Bartlett, Jess A., 138–39 Bartram, James D., 138–39 Bass, Jeff, 17, 24 Bauer Bros. Construction Company, 46 Bayers, Henry J., 160 Bayfield, WI, 148 Beaver, C., 156 Bell Smith Springs, 2 Benandi, Frank, 24 Benbrook, Marlon, 193n22 Benedict, George A., 138–39 Benefield, K., 156 Bennett, Elsie, C., 24 Benson, Robert, 138–39 Benton, IL, 166 Bermingham, Thomas (chaplain), 36, 129, 142, 160 Berry, C., 156 Berry, V., 156 Bierbaum, Kenneth, 130, 138–39 Biggs, John J. (superintendent), 144, 153, 155, 158 Binegar, Daniel A., 138–39 Bird, Paul, 193n22 Bishop, D., 156 Bishop, Earl V., 84, 138–39 Bittle, D., 156 Blaase, Donald S., 120 Blackburn, Harlan D., 84 Black Hawk State Park, 17, 65, 79 Blackman, Bond (custodian), 163–64 blacks, freed, 22 Blackwell, Bill, 193n22 Blessing, Earl, 24 Blessing, F., 156 Blessing, J., 156 Boals, Floyd R., 37, 155, 160–61 Bodeker, William, 112 Boers, Howard, 138–39 Bonus Army, 29 Booten, Clifford, 193n22 Booten, Joseph F., 46, 79–80 Boskeydell quarry, 187n4 (chap. 1) Boskeydell, IL, 13, 15 boxing matches, 57 boxing, arena built, 57, 58 Boyd, C. Jerry, 55 Boyd, Leslie, 138–39 Boyle, Judson, 193n22 Bradley estate, 24 Bradley, Arthur, 17 Bradley, C., 156 Bradley, E., 156 Bradley, Herbert, 17 Bradley, R, 156 Bradshaw, A., 156 Branca, Herman J., 84 5LSSHO,QGH[UHYLQGG $0 index  Brandon, Rodney H., 21 Brandon, Woodrow W., 55, 120 Brewer, Cecil, 130 Brewer, Daniel, 37 37,39, 46 Brewer, Veril, 138–39, 149, 151 bridge, needing replacement, 20 Brilla, Pete, 24 Brimm, Mr., 19 Brissman, Grant W., 138–39 Britson, F. P, 84, 99 Brooks, L. M., 17 Brooks, Stanley O., 37 Brown, F. P., 83 Brown, John, 193n22 Brummett, Paul E., 138–39 Buck, John, 13 Bunker, W. Sam, 161 Burbes, William, 160 Buress, Floyd H., 138–39 Burke, Bertrum, 138–39 Burley, James, 24 Burlison, John, 138–39 Burnett, Kenneth, 161, 193n22 Burns, C., 156 Bush, George H., 82, 138–39 Butler, Everett F., 37, 135 Cache River, 166 Cairo, IL, 155, 166 Calbrecht, Joe, 82, 83, 117, 137, 148, 192n47 Caldwell, Ross, 79 Callis, W., 156 Calvert, Raymond C. ,138–39 Campbell, J., 156 Campbell, V., 156 Canerdy, Everett, 138–39 Cankar, John. 138–39 Cannady, Chester, 130 Cannady, Raymond, 149 Capers, Harold H. (commander), 144 Capps, Eddy, 118, 119 Carbondale, IL, 13,15, 128: American Legion Bugle and Drum Corps, 144; Business Men’s Association, 132; Community High School band, 144; First Methodist Church, 130; Rotary Club, 132 Carlton, Walter, 138–39 Carroll, T., 156 Carterville, IL, 166 Casey, Charles, 131 Caterino, V., 156 Cauble, H., 156 CCC alumni, 166, 167, 168 CCC Camp Anna, 49 CCC Camp Benton, 49 CCC Camp Cadiz, 29 CCC Camp Delta, 49 CCC Camp Dixon Springs, 49 CCC Camp Du Quoin, 49, 131 CCC Camp Eddyville, 49 CCC Camp Eldorado, 49 CCC Camp Giant City: aerial photo (1938) of, 8, 157; alcohol use at, 119–20, 126–27; bathhouse at, 142; blacks enrolled at, 94; building permanent structures at, 46; closed, 163; clothing issued at, 120; Department of Interior office building at, 57; discipline and lack of at, 54, 116, 118–19, 123, 128, 159; educational activities at, 136–37, 141, 153–55, 162; empty barracks at, 168; entertainment at, 77...

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9780809385638
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9780809329229
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OCLC
649913235
Pages
256
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2012-01-01
Language
English
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