Those who don't learn history are condemned to repeat it. Every American should learn about this place. The site has more to see than other internment sites I've visited; still, not much left. But there are some remains, the fence, good interpretive signs, and a nice walking path. Still has a bleak, isolated kind of beauty, and the weather, as in the 1940s, can be extreme.
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