“Along the Yellowstone River, the Civilian Conservation Corps put up the buildings at Laurel’s Riverside Park as a place for workers to stay. The site later housed World War II POWs who supplied labor for the surrounding farms.
Six of those log cabins were moved away from the park to the east end of Laurel, where they still remain, Easton said.”
"Traces of New Deal remain in Montana," Billings Gazette, May 31, 2008
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