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The map pictured below shows details of the number of CCC camps in each state as of August 1933, when the program had been in existence for just five months. The information on the map is listed below by state.

CCC camps

Alabama
3,400 men
17 camps

  • 3 on National Forests
  • 5 on State Forests
  • 1 on a State Park
  • 6 on private land forests
  • 2 working for erosion and flood control

     

Arizona
4,000 men
20 camps

  • 18 on National Forests
  • 2 on National Parks

     

Arkansas
5,600 men
28 camps

  • 20 on National Forests
  • 1 on a National Park
  • 2 on State Parks
  • 5 on private land forests

     

California
33,600 men
168 camps

  • 129 on National Forests
  • 12 on National Parks
  • 5 on State Parks
  • 22 on private land forests

     

Colorado
5,000 men
25 camps

  • 19 on National Forests
  • 4 on National Parks
  • 2 on State Parks

     

Connecticut
2,800 men
14 camps

  • all on State Forests

     

Florida
4,400 men
22 camps

  • 6 on National Forests
  • 1 on another Federal reservation
  • 1 on a State Forest
  • 14 on private land forests

     

Georgia
7,800 men
39 camps

  • 9 on National Forests
  • 1 on a State Forest
  • 1 on a State Park
  • 28 on private land forests

     

Idaho
19,200 men
96 camps

  • 74 on National Forests
  • 9 on State Forests
  • 13 on private land forests

     

Illinois
6,600 men
33 camps

  • 1 on a State Forest
  • 22 on State Parks
  • 2 on private land forests
  • 8 working for erosion and flood control

     

Indiana
4,200 men
21 camps

  • 9 on State Forests
  • 2 on State Parks
  • 10 working for erosion and flood control

     

Iowa
3,200 men
16 camps

  • 2 on State Parks
  • 14 working for erosion and flood control

     

Kansas
1,400 men
7 camps

  • 5 on State Forests
  • 1 on a State Park
  • 1 working for erosion and flood control

     

Kentucky
3,400 men
17 camps

  • 3 on National Forests
  • 1 on a National Park
  • 1 on a State Forest
  • 4 on private land forests
  • 8 working for erosion and flood control

     

Louisiana
4,600 men
23 camps

  • 3 on National Forests
  • 2 on State Forests
  • 14 on private land forests
  • 4 working for erosion and flood control

     

Maine
3,000 men
15 camps

  • 1 on a National Forest
  • 2 on National Parks
  • 1 on a State Forest
  • 1 on a State Park
  • 10 on private land forests

     

Maryland
2,200 men
11 camps

  • 1 on another Federal reservation
  • 10 on State Forests

     

Massachusetts
6,400 men
32 camps

  • 30 on State Forests
  • 2 on State Parks

 

Michigan
11,800 men
59 camps

  • 14 on National Forests
  • 42 on State Forests
  • 3 on State Parks

     

Minnesota
12,200 men
61 camps

  • 24 on National Forests
  • 24 on State Forests
  • 3 on State Parks
  • 1 on a private land forest
  • 9 working for erosion and flood control

     

Mississippi
3,200 men
23 camps

  • 3 on National Forests
  • 2 on State Forests
  • 14 on private land forests
  • 4 working for erosion and flood control

     

Missouri
3,000 men
15 camps

  • 2 on State Forests
  • 3 on State Parks
  • 10 working for erosion and flood control

     

Montana
8,200 men
31 camps

  • 22 on National Forests
  • 8 on National Parks
  • 1 on a State Forest

     

Nebraska
1,000 men
5 camps

  • 2 on State Forests
  • 3 on State Parks

     

Nevada
800 men
4 camps

  • all on National Forests

     

New Hampshire
2,600 men
13 camps

  • 8 on National Forests
  • 5 on State Forests

     

New Jersey
1,800 men
9 camps

  • 1 on a National Park
  • 6 on State Forests
  • 2 on State Parks

     

New Mexico
3,000 men
15 camps

  • all on National Forests

 

New York
6,600 men
33 camps

  • 13 on State Forests
  • 15 on State Parks
  • 5 on private land forests

 

North Carolina
6,000 men
30 camps

  • 14 on National Forests
  • 4 on National Parks
  • 1 on another Federal reservation
  • 11 on private land forests

     

North Dakota
1,400 men
7 camps

  • all working for erosion and flood control

     

Ohio
3,600 men
18 camps

  • 6 on State Forests
  • 1 on State Parks
  • 1 on private land forests
  • 10 working for erosion and flood control

     

Oklahoma
3,200 men
16 camps

  • 3 on National Forests
  • 1 on a National Park
  • 3 on State Forests
  • 1 on a State Park
  • 5 working for erosion and flood control

     

Oregon
12,800 men
64 camps

  • 48 on National Forests
  • 2 on National Parks
  • 6 on other Federal reservations
  • 1 on a State Forest
  • 7 on private land forests

     

Pennsylvania
19,400 men
97 camps

  • 7 on National Forests
  • 1 on another Federal reservation
  • 87 on State Forests
  • 2 on State Parks

     

Rhode Island
600 men
3 camps

  • 2 on State Forests
  • 1 on a private land forest

     

South Carolina
3,600 men
18 camps

  • 2 on National Forests
  • 16 on private land forests

     

South Dakota
3,000 men
15 camps

  • 10 on National Forests
  • 2 on State Parks
  • 3 working for erosion and flood control

     

Tennessee
6,600 men
33 camps

  • 11 on National Forests
  • 1 on a National Park
  • 4 on other Federal reservations
  • 1 on a State Forest
  • 1 on a private land forest
  • 2 working for erosion and flood control

     

Texas
6,800 men
34 camps

  • 3 on State Forests
  • 15 on State Parks
  • 9 on private land forests
  • 7 working for erosion and flood control

     

Utah
5,200 men
26 camps

  • 20 on National Forests
  • 1 on a National Park
  • 5 working for erosion and flood control

     

Vermont
2,600 men
13 camps

  • 3 on National Forests
  • 7 on State Forests
  • 2 on State Parks
  • 1 on a private land forest

     

Virginia
9,200 men
46 camps

  • 14 on National Forests
  • 6 on National Parks
  • 2 on other Federal reservations
  • 1 on State Forests
  • 4 on State Parks
  • 19 on private land forests

     

Washington
11,400 men
57 camps

  • 38 on National Forests
  • 5 on National Parks
  • 4 on State Forests
  • 2 on State Parks
  • 8 on private land forests

     

West Virginia
3,600 men
18 camps

  • 10 on National Forests
  • 2 on State Forests
  • 6 on private land forests

     

Wisconsin
9,400 men
47 camps

  • 21 on National Forests
  • 14 on State Forests
  • 3 on State Parks
  • 9 working for erosion and flood control

     

Wyoming
4,800 men
24 camps

  • 15 on National Forests
  • 7 on National Parks
  • 1 on another Federal reservation
  • 1 on a private land forest

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