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Camp Harmony Exhibit

Camp Harmony Exhibit This engrossing site documents the relocation and internment of Japanese Americans after the bombing of Pearl Harbor. Most impressive are the letters from elementary and high school students back to their teachers. The exhibit is based on all primary source materials
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Camp Harmony Exhibit


This engrossing site documents the relocation and internment of Japanese Americans after the bombing of Pearl Harbor. Most impressive are the letters from elementary and high school students back to their teachers. The exhibit is based on all primary source materials such as newspapers, photographs, and other documents.

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