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A Army Military Reservations
A Agriculture (Bureau of Animal Industry)
BF Federal Game Refuge
BS Biological Survey
BR Federal Reclamation Project
C of E State Land (Corps of Engineers)
CP County Parks
D Private Land (Soil Conservation Service)
DG Public Domain (Grazing) G (Department of Grazing)
DPE Drainage Private Land Erosion
DSP Department of State Parks
DPS Department of National Parks
DF Department of Forestry
F or NF National Forest
GF Oregon and California Land Grant (Grazing)
GLO Grazing Service/Land Grant
GNP Grazing Service/National Park
GNP Glacier National Park
MA Municipal Area
MC Private Land (Mosquito Control)
NM National Monument
MP Military Park
NA National Arboretum (Bureau of Plant Industry)
Navy Naval Military Reservation
NP National Park
P Private Forest
PE Private Land Erosion
S State Forest
SP State Park
SCS Soil Conservation
TVA Tennessee Valley Authority
TVA-P Tennessee Valley Authority (State Park Division)
SNP Sequoia National Park
YNP Yellowstone National Park
SECOND - NEW JERSEY, DELAWARE AND NEW YORK
THIRD - PENNSYLVANIA, MARYLAND, VIRGINIA AND THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
FOURTH - NORTH CAROLINA, SOUTH CAROLINA, GEORGIA, ALABAMA, TENNESSEE, MISSISSIPPI, AND LOUISIANA
FIFTH - OHIO, WEST VIRGINIA, INDIANA, AND KENTUCKY
SIXTH - ILLINOIS, MICHIGAN, AND WISCONSIN
SEVENTH - KANSAS, ARKANSAS, IOWA, NEBRASKA, NORTH DAKOTA, SOUTH DAKOTA, MINNESOTA AND MISSOURI
EIGHTH - TEXAS, OKLAHOMA, COLORADO, NEW MEXICO, ARIZONA, AND WYOMING, (excluding Yellowstone National Park)
NINTH - WASHINGTON, OREGON, IDAHO, MONTANA, UTAH, NEVADA CALIFORNIA, AND YELLOWSTONE PARK.
Sometimes after a Company was moved to another Corps Area it would have its "Original number" changed. A case in point was Company 1302 (Third Corps Area). After it was transferred from Wyoming (Eighth Corps Area) to Bremerton, Washington (Ninth Corps Area) the Company Number was changed to 2911.
A proud member of Roosevelt's tree army, Wayman was a tireless, dedicated volunteer worker and recruiter for the NACCCA. He served a two-year term as the North Central Regional Director. He also served 12 years as volunteer assistant treasurer of the national organization. But more significant, he led the work crew, furnished most of the tools, made the NACCCA sign in front of headquarters and gave personal financial support in rehabbing the current Headquarters and Museum when the NACCCA moved from Virginia to Jefferson Barracks in St. Louis. After headquarters was occupied, Wayman headed the Outreach Program for new members.
In 1995 Wayman and Ann received the NACCCA Hall of Fame Award by the Board of Directors and in 1997 Wayman received the Hall of Fame Award for the second time. Wayman and Ann were also named Kentucky Colonels for their efforts on behalf of the NACCCA in Kentucky.
An active member of Arch Chapter 12, St. Louis he served as President, Vice President and Secretary of that group. Wayman passed away on 14 December 1997 and the work Wayman and Ann began in 1990 to transcribe the records were completed in 1998 by Ann.