Special Exhibit At Shiloh National Military Park Combines CCC And African-American History

Burnett, Jim
February 2013
National Parks Traveler;2/ 1/2013, p1
Entertainment Review
The article reviews the exhibition on all African-American CCC crew and their work on Shiloh National Military Park to be held on February 16, 2013 at the Visitors Center of Shiloh National Military Park, Tennessee.


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