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The Daily Bungalow

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Oregon Caves National Monument::Waterfall on Flickr.
Waterfall at the Oregon Caves National Monument. 
CCC Stonework
Throughout the Oregon Caves district, visitors see beautiful masonry walls, steps and ponds. These are the work of the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC), a Depression-era government project to employ young men. The CCC had a camp about 8 miles west of the Caves, and provided manpower for Park Service landscaping projects. The stone they used is limestone and marble taken from Cave rubble. (Great Lodges, PBS)

Oregon Caves National Monument::Waterfall on Flickr.


Waterfall at the Oregon Caves National Monument.

CCC Stonework
Throughout the Oregon Caves district, visitors see beautiful masonry walls, steps and ponds. These are the work of the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC), a Depression-era government project to employ young men. The CCC had a camp about 8 miles west of the Caves, and provided manpower for Park Service landscaping projects. The stone they used is limestone and marble taken from Cave rubble. (Great Lodges, PBS)

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