The ten Civilian Conservation Corps camps on the Pisgah National Forest are scattered through its four ranger districts. Their location in each case has been determined by the major project assigned to that particular camp. In some instances the blocks of territory needing timber stand improvement take the camps to isolated mountain spots of high elevation. In others where road construction is the principal job one finds the camps on main highways and such accessible locations.
Olson, Earl F.
"The C.C.C. in North Carolina,"
Ames Forester: Vol. 22
, Article 5.
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