Lost: Vermont's Volunteer Land Corps

Jommersbach, O.W.
June 1992
Yankee;Jun92, Vol. 56 Issue 6, p22
Recounts the author's experiences as a member of the Volunteer Land Corps during the summers of 1941 through 1943. Purpose of Corps; Work on Vermont farms.


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