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 Appendix 1: Southern Illinois CCC Camps camp name designation location town u.s. forest service camps Camp Glenn F-1 T8S R4W Sect.15, , Jackson County Dry Hill, Murphysboro Camp Pomona F-2 T10S R2W Sect. 19, Jackson County Alto Pass (actually Pomona) Camp Delta F-3 T14S R2W Sect. 20, Alexander County Tamms or McClure Camp Eddyville F-4 T12S R6E, Sect. 6 and T11S R6E, S. 31, Pope County Eddyville Camp Hicks F-5 T11S R8E Sect. 30, Hardin County Herod Camp Kedron F-6 T10S R8E Sect. 8?, Gallatin County near Karber’s Ridge, Equality Camp Herod F-7 T11S R7E Sect. 9, Pope County Herod Camp Hutchins F-8 T11S R3 W Sect. 34, Union County Wolf Lake Camp Cadiz F-9 T11S R9E, Sect. 8?, Hardin County Sparks Hill Camp Union F-10 T12S R2W Sect. 7, Union County Jonesboro ? F-11 Gallatin Camp Simpson F-12 T12S R4 E Sect. 15 Simpson, Johnson Co. soil conservation service camps Dixon Springs SCS-01 Pope County Dixon Springs Grayville SCS-06 Edwards County Grayville Shawneetown SCS-17 Gallatin County Shawneetown Riverside SCS-20 Jackson County Murphysboro Mill Creek SCS-21 Union County Anna Benton SCS-22 Franklin County Benton Waterloo SCS-23 Monroe County Waterloo Norris City SCS-24 White County Norris City Marion SCS-27 Williamson County Marion Mounds SCS-29 Pulaski County Mounds Sparta SCS-34 Randolph County Sparta Waltonville SCS-49 Jefferson County Waltonville Metropolis Massac County Metropolis Pinckneyville PE-66 Perry County Du Quoin Red Bud Randolph County Red Bud Eldorado Saline County Eldorado national park service camps Giant City SP-11 Jackson County Makanda Stone Fort SP-24, SP-41 Union County Makanda F: National Forest SCS: Soil Conservation Service PE: Private Land Erosion SP: State Park Sources: “CCC Camps Approved for Fifth Period (1935) 200-Man Company Units, “ State of Illinois, RG 35, National Archives, Washington, DC; “CCC Cards, History Office, Soil Conservation Service, Washington, DC, Made into a List and Map of Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) Camps, 1934-42”: Technical Supervision by the Soil Conservation Service, May 1983, in Kay Rippelmeyer Civilian Conservation Corps Collection, Special Collections Research Center, Morris Library, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale; Monthly Reports of Superintendents of CCC Camps in State and Local Parks, Illinois, RG 35, National Archives; Perry H. Merrill, Roosevelt’s Forest Army: A History of the Civilian Conversation Corps, 1933-1942 (Montpelier, VT: Merrill, 1981). 5LSSHO$SSHQGL[5HYLQGG $0 ...


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