Accotink Creek, Civilian Conservation Corps, Old Keene Mill Road, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Springfield, Virginia, The Civilian Conservation Corps

The Civilian Conservation Corps – Racially Segregated Camp In Springfield, Virginia

Members of the Civilian Conservation Corps, during the Great Depression, were composed of racially segregated camps. African American Civilian Conservation Group members, stationed in Springfield, Virginia, created multiple trails, including one along Accotink Creek and Old Keene Mill Road.

The unveiling of the CCC Historical Marker on April 5, 2008.

On April 5, 2008 a historical marker honoring the legacy of the Civilian Conservation Corps in Springfield, Virginia was placed.

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