Devil’s Den Civilian Conservation Corps

Black-and-white image of a rocky, dirty field with a dirt road and three camp buildings with ladders hanging horizontally and windows on each side. In the foreground is a white, wooden sign that reads, “Camp Devil’s Den-No. 1, Co. 3795, C.C.C.” At the bottom right is the Shiloh Museum of Ozark History logo.

The Civilian Conservation Corps Camp at Devil’s Den State Park near West Fork in 1934. Photo is from the Shiloh Museum’s Mrs. Billye Jean (Scroggins) Bell Collection (S-95-6-67).

Wednesday, February 21, 2024
6:30 p.m.
Presented by Tim Scott, Assistant Superintendent of Devil’s Den State Park
Online only (registration at the bottom of the page)

Join us online for February’s Not Strictly History series installment with a presentation on the Devil’s Den Civilian Conservation Corps by Tim Scott, Assistant Superintendent of Devil’s Den State Park near West Fork (Washington County) at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, February 21, 2024. Scott will share images and the history of Devil’s Den State Park, which was created in the 1930s by the CCC and is one of the nation’s best-preserved park developments by the corps.

Viewing is limited to 100 participants and registration is required. After you register, you will receive an email confirmation with a Zoom link to join the event.

 

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