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Rabideau Civilian Conservation Corps Camp, County Road 39, Blackduck, Beltrami County, MN

Rabideau Civilian Conservation Corps Camp, County Road 39, Blackduck, Beltrami County, MN

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Significance: Established in 1935, the Rabideau Civilian Conservation Corps Camp is historically significant for its association with the social, political, and economic impact of the Great Depression and the unprecedented federal response which lead to the establishment of the CCC, generally considered the New Deal's most popular and successful relief program. The camp is also important for its role in the expansion and development of the Chippewa National Forest during the Depression Era. In addition, the camp is architecturally significant as the most intact CCC camp in the United States. The complex of buildings surviving at the site is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Survey number: HABS MN-147
National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number: 76001046



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