Work of Florida Camps
A bridge built of stone, constructed by the CCC in the 1930's, photographed in 2001.
A black worker notching a log to construct a mess hall in Oleno State Park.
Workers planting slash pine seeds in Madison, Florida.
Workers planting slash pine seeds in a field.
Two workers loading pine cones into a shed. Many camps were racially segregated, as was normal for New Deal programs.
An “upside down” road, which doubles as a fire break with the raised mounds on either side.
A boundary fire break, along land lines, dug with a B&B harrow plow.
The support of a bridge built by the CCC over a small creek.
A collection of pictures of the projects the enrollees of the CCC in Florida worked on.