|Unknown, 1940 (62%)|
Logs for the army. When Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) enrollees clear land on military reservations, they cut the timber into log length and transport it to sawmills. This train is on the Fort Benning, Georgia, military reservation.
|Unknown, 1940 (54%)|
Lumber for barracks. These logs, cut and trimmed by Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) enrollees in land clearance operations at Fort Benning, Georgia, are being hauled on the post narrow gauge railroad to the sawmill
|Unknown, 1940 (53%)|
Logs for defense. These logs were trimmed and sawed by Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) enrollees from timber felled in land clearance operations at Fort Benning, Georgia. They are on thier way to the post sawmill to be cut into lumber
|Unknown, 1940 (52%)|
A building in the raw. These logs, being rolled by Civilian Conservation Corps enrollees unto flatcars on Fort Benning, Georgia's narrow gauge railway, are on their way to the sawmill to become lumber. The logs were cut from timber felled by other CCC enrollees in land clearance operations
|Dorothea Lange, 1937 (44%)|
Land cut over by lumber company and not replanted. Greene County, Georgia.