From January 16, 2018

Minidoka National Historic Site

During World War II, 110,000 American citizens of Japanese descent were incarcerated.  Their crime?  Looking like the enemy.  With little notice, they were forced to abandon their homes and businesses and move to internment camps.  Of course, like the Indian reservations, these internment camps were built where no white people wanted to live.  Instead of …

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