Marshfield, VT, and the CCC


During the Great Depression, more than 350 young men lived at the Groton State Forest CCC camp and built log shelters, stone fire pits, a stone fire tower, lean-tos, and caretakers’ cabins. Many of the supervisory staff lived in Marshfield. On January 17, the Marshfield Historical Society will explore the influence of the CCC on Marshfield in the 1930s. This free event begins at 7 pm and is open to the public.

Date: Tue. Jan 17th, 2017
Location: Hap Hayward History Center, Jaquith Public Library, 122 School Street, Marshfield, VT
Coordinator: Marshfield Historical Society
Event cost: Free
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2 comments on “Marshfield, VT, and the CCC

  1. My grandfather Antonio served in the CCC Camp and stayed at Owl’s Head, Groton during the week and went home to Marshfield on the weekends. I remember my mom telling me about his years there. I have some old photos and information that I was lucky enough to get.

  2. When was your Grandfather there? I have a relative who indicated his employment was there in 1940.

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