What Is The CCC? Who Took Part In It? What Did The CCC Accomplish? Is The CCC Still In use?
Created 1933 by Herbert Hoover as part of his New Deal. Also known as the CCC. The CCC’s purpose was the renewing of the natural resources of the U.s. It also brought jobs to around 3,463,766 men.
Unemployed juniors, veterans, and Native American’s where apart of the CCC. There numbers estimate to around 2,876,638 workers, not including territorial enrollees, and non-enrolled personnel. Most workers were giving 30$ a week in which they had to send 25$ of it home, to support their families.
The CCC essentially work help create national parks. They also did the following Built 125,000 miles of road. Strung 89,000 miles of telephone line. Stocked 972 million fish within lakes. Planted 2-3 billion trees. Restored 3,980 historical structures. Developed 800 state parks. Created 52,000 acres of public camping areas.
The CCC is no longer in effect. It officially ended on June 30, 1943. They where disbanded because of the start of the WWII.