Filling In the Gaps:
Primary Voices of Japanese American Incarceration


acsimile barrack at Manzanar
Pictured: A facsimile barrack located in Manzanar, California; the barrack is brown and white capped mountains are visible in the background. Photograph taken in May of 2015.

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