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    • Five Mile Camp - Mascot

    • Deer; Conservation and restoration; Conservation and restoration; Wooden buildings; Camps
    • Deer at Five Mile Camp.
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    • Camp F-106 - River Restoration

    • Camps; Bulldozers; Conservation and restoration; Rivers; Forests
    • Bulldozer clearing the South Fork of Salmon River. Camp F-106 project.
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    • Main Street 12

    • streetscapes; stagecoaches
    • Painting of Main Street, Boise in 1864. Rustic image; ox drawn wagon in foreground; City Brewery on right. Photo of painting after restoration, January 1964.
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    • Camp Givens,  G-145 - Water project

    • Bridges; Water supply; Conservation and restoration; Equipment; Men; Springs
    • The men are working on the water source used to supply cement water troughs placed for livestock.
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    • Company 2527, Camp DG-3 - W.P.A. Project 728  Cricket Control

    • Camps; Pest control; Conservation and restoration; Agriculture; Insects
    • Work Project 728 showing dead and alive crickets. Workers from Camp DG-3 completed this pest control project. One rancher doubled his crops in 1936 over 1935 because of the cricket control program.
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    • Company 2527, Camp DG-3 - Insect Control

    • Pest control; Men; Equipment and supplies; Conservation and restoration;
    • Company 2527 members lined up to spray pesticide dust on crickets. Direct contact between insect and dust is the most effective. Early morning hours were safest times to dust for the crews.
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    • Poison Creek Spike Camp - Camp View

    • Camps; Tents; Conservation and restoration; Prairies;
    • Poison Creek Spike Camp consists of 15 tents. Average number of men on duty each day, 34. Main project Poison Creek Truck Trail.
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    • Company 4738, Camp DG14 - Enrollees

    • Camps; Uniforms; Wooden buildings; Men; Conservation and restoration;
    • Good-bye DG14. These boys are headed to Missouri and home after serving up to 2 years in the Civilian Conservation Corps's. Trained caterpillar, bulldozer, and grader men; truck drivers, jack hammer and powder men; rock masons, bridge builders,...
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    • DG-14 - Bridge and Road Construction

    • Bulldozers; Conservation of natural resources; Conservation and restoration; Roads; Road construction; Bridges; Men
    • DG-14 bridge building to benefit all stockmen and all concerned at Oreana, Idaho.
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    • Dg-14 - Reservoir construction

    • Reservoirs; Dams; Wheelbarrows; Conservation and restoration; Shovels;
    • DG-14 men working on 1 of 9 reservoirs to collect spring run-off for livestock use during the summer. Picks, shovels, and wheelbarrows are the main tools in use.
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    • Camp F-106 - Road Building

    • Camps; Conservation and restoration; Road construction; Mountain roads; Air compressors; Forests; Men
    • Camp F-106, air compressors to run jack hammers, road building, South Fork of Salmon River, 1936, Carl Blick.
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    • Camp F-401 - Camp Ground

    • Camps; Camping; Conservation and restoration; Rivers; Recreation
    • Camp F-401, Cove Creek, constructed this camp ground at Long Tom Creek and Salmon River.
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    • Camp Pine Creek, F-169 - Company 1996

    • Camps; Forestry; Conservation and restoration; Men; Shovels; Clothing and dress;
    • Company 1996, Harold Johnson third on the left front row, hands on his lap.
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    • Discharge Papers - Matt Zagar

    • Conservation and restoration; Conservation of natural resources; Government paperwork USE Paperwork; Merchant seamen USE Sailors;
    • Discharge papers for Matt Zagar who served at Camp Dubois, Idaho. Matt was discharged at Fort Dix, New Jersey, 10-26-1939, to accept enrollment in the U. S. Maritime Service.
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    • Discharge Papers - Matt Zagar 1

    • Conservation and restoration; Conservation of natural resources; Government paperwork USE Paperwork; Merchant seamen USE Sailors;
    • Discharge papers for Matt Zagar who served at Camp Dubois, Idaho. Matt was discharged at Fort Dix, New Jersey, 10-26-1939, to accept enrollment in the U. S. Maritime Service.
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