Civilian Conservation Corps
The Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) was a public works program that put over three million young men and adults to work during the Great Depression of the 1930's and 1940's in the United States. The CCC was active in Maine from 1933 through 1942.
In 1999, the Maine Legislature established a Memorial dedicated to the Conservation Corps in honor of those who served and in recognition of their contributions to the State. The legislation requires the State Archives to maintain and make available to the public a listing of persons who served in the CCC in Maine, to include the periods of service and projects on which they worked.
Accounts and Tributes
- View Accounts and Tributes
- List of Member Tributes
- Submit Personal Account or Tribute to CCC Member - If you were a CCC member or know of a member, please take a moment to tell us. You can submit your personal account of service or offer a tribute honoring a person who served in the CCC in Maine.