From 1933 to 1942 the Civilian Conservation Corps had more than 3.5 million enrollees, including 38,163 Kansas youth and veterans. The CCC left a legacy of improvements in our natural resources and infrastructure. This statue honors them for their diligence, hard work and outstanding accomplishments. Company #4755, composed of black veterans of WWI, constructed this lake from 1936 to 1939.In memory of
Dedicated October 2, 2004
Clark E. Ingram
Canton, Ks, who served in the
Civilian Conservation Corps'
Foresty Service at Cass Lake, Mn
from April 6, 1934-Sept. 30, 1934.