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Civilian Conservation Corps: A Selectively Annotated Bibliography

Civilian Conservation Corps: A Selectively Annotated Bibliography

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Sypolt has compiled the first comprehensive national bibliography since 1943 of the Civilian Conservation Corps-- of which he himself is a former member. Over 2,000 sources are meticulously cited, making this work an essential one-stop reference guide for those interested in learning more about the institution which has, since its humble 1933 inception, provided jobs for many unemployed youth, planted billions of trees, built many miles of trails, and created numerous pavilions, picnic areas, lakes, and dams across America.

Practical sub-divisions within the book aid in making research efficient for the reader, so that he or she may look up sources directly pertaining to his or her interest-- whether that be the role of minorities in the Corps or seeing what has been written about CCC Camp Libraries-- instead of having to wade through countless irrelevant works. Civilian Conservation Corps spans more than just the traditional sources of information; incorporated into this research guide are all types of literature, training guides, and other media, including: Films; Photographs; Maps; Internet Resources; Oral Histories; Museums. The author's primary purpose in compiling this edition is to direct scholars, researchers, federal and state parks, forests, and preservation personnel and historic preservationists in their research and to point them in the direction of the vast literature pertaining to the topic.

Author: Larry Sypolt
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Published: 04/30/2005
Pages: 244
Binding Type: Hardcover
Weight: 1.07lbs
Size: 9.01h x 6.36w x 0.92d
ISBN: 9780313313134

About the Author

LARRY SYPOLT is Senior Project Coordinator at the Institute for the History of Technology and Industrial Archaeology at West Virginia University. He has worked on various history research projects including National Register nominations and historic preservation studies. He serves as an adviser to museums and the Morgantown Historic Landmarks Commission.

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