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Tara Mitchell Mielnik
|Description:||xiv, 201 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Depression and the New Deal in South Carolina --
Emergency conservation work and the Civilian Conservation Corps: an administrative overview of the Civilian Conservation Corps --
"A good set of boys here and I like it fine": life in the South Carolina Civilian Conservation Corps --
Building opportunity: tourism, forestry, and state parks in South Carolina --
Conservation and commemoration: South Carolina's recreational demonstration areas, Cheraw, Colleton, and Kings Mountain --
Forestry work and state park development: the South Carolina Forestry Commission and the Civilian Conservation Corps --
South Carolina's "breathing spaces": opening and operating the state parks during the New Deal decade --
Learning from the parks: resources and interpretation in South Carolina.
|Responsibility:||Tara Mitchell Mielnik.|