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U.S. DEPRESSION CCC EMPLOYMENT

Over 1,800 recruits line up for their noon-day meal at the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) camp at Fort Slocum, N.Y., on April 9, 1933. The federal agency, CCC, established as part of the New Deal program initiated by the U.S. president provides employment and training for nearly 250,000 young men during the depression. (AP Photo)

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