Taken from "The Brewton Standard, March 20, 1994"
Typed and contributed by Lygia Dawkins Cutts, Cuttstree@Net1inc.net, June 4, 1998
This CCC Camp was formed in 1933 under President F.D. Roosevelt's "New Deal". It was camps such as these that put young men between the ages of 18 and 25 to work and help bring the United States out of the Great Depression. Click here to see a picture of this company and the camp they built.
KONEMANN, Capt. F.W.
DANIELS, Leonard P. 1st LT.
BOONE, Howard L. 1st Lt.
SMITH, Earl R. Educational advisor
BUNKER, P.S. Jr.
ADKINS, Hubert G.
CUTTS, C.C. (Charlie)*
JOHNSON, Jesse I.*
ROBINSON, R. A.
An * indicates that person is from Brewton.
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