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5,0 av 5 bobler
mai 2024 • Familie
This was a great museum, it teaches you about the Japanese internment camp in 1942, when Californian Japanese citizens were brought here to a camp called "Topaz". It was very emotional and made me cry. It was also inspiring to see how these Japanese citizens preserved with faith and community in this camp. It is so educational and our host was very informative and kind.
Skrevet 16. mai 2024
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linda c
Gainesville, VA4 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
apr. 2024 • Familie
This is an outstanding museum well worth the drive off the beaten path, and our guide was an amazing and personable historian who made our visit "come alive," enriching the experience. We would recommend it to all ages. From several short videos, some with film taken during internment times, to displays of beautiful shell jewelry made by interned artists; from thought-provoking memories, reflections, and art displays to a re-created 20 foot barracks, there is food for thought for everyone.
Skrevet 23. april 2024
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Emily B
11 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
nov. 2023 • Alene
This museum is well worth the trip. The history was beautifully and thoughtfully presented and you can tell how passionate the descendants and the community feel about sharing these stories. The art is also incredible - overall it was an incredibly memorable experience.
Skrevet 16. november 2023
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lezro
Ruckersville, VA88 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
mai 2023 • Par
Our family knows about the internment from the inside, as our mothers, aunts, uncles and grandparents were interned. Several of the sites commemorate the internment; but this small museum in a very out-of-the way place does an excellent job of making life in the camps come alive. Although our family members were held elsewhere, we got a much better understanding of their experiences by visiting here as there are meaningful videos, photos, and a partial barracks moved into the museum and furnished with a family’s things, most of which they had to make by hand on the spot out of whatever they could scrounge. Our interned family members generally won’t talk about this time in their lives, so this was an invaluable resource for those American families personally affected by the internments, as well as for the vast majority of our fellow citizens who usually are completely unaware that such a thing happened to native born US citizens.
Skrevet 12. mai 2023
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Gramma Dee
Gardnerville, NV52 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
aug. 2022
Great museum with very knowledgeable people. Definitely avoid the summer, though, if you want to go out to the site :)
Skrevet 31. august 2022
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jbwhitehouse
Dallas, TX1 845 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
jul. 2022
This small museum beautifully presents the incarceration of Japanese-Americans during 1942 to 1945. Start with the two short movies and then move on to the varied and poignant displays, as well as the actual recreation building. Learn about US citizens put behind barbed wire during the time of Japan bombing Pearl Harbor. That said, realize that they were not harmed and carried on to become educated citizens. A complex part of our history. The museum is free, but donations are strongly encouraged.
Skrevet 11. juli 2022
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BDavis4
New Canaan, CT28 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
jun. 2022
Surprised me how interesting this place was. Definitely include it on your list. Very informative, well done and fee is by donation.
Skrevet 26. juni 2022
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HikeAnotherMile
Albuquerque, NM7 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
mai 2022
Come here before going to the Topaz War Relocation Center. Worth the time, especially since it is free (but leave a donation!) Take the time to listen with the docents, their knowledge is even better than the exhibits. On both days we were there we saw relatives of people who stayed at the Relocation Center and the docents were great in engaging them, just listening was highly informative.
Skrevet 20. mai 2022
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Ronald B
Orem, UT1 268 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
mar. 2022 • Par
Sobering to see what a national hysteria can produce. No where near the holocaust of Auschwitz but still a blight on our goodness. To think that such a thing could have happened in Utah of all places is scary. I know it was a National government issue, but in Utah? And in Delta? Small museum but worth seeing. The arts are so beautifully presented with the backdrop of a dark place is enlightening. Need to go out of your way to see it.
Skrevet 1. mars 2022
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Tess
3 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
des. 2021
This museum is a must see about a sad time in our history and the results of fear and bigotry. I highly recommend stopping. The history is well presented and the stories of the people interred there are compelling! Included is the art some of the Japanese (mostly American citizens) produced while interred.
BE SURE to arrange for a docent to take you out to the actual site and do the town tour of relocated buildings from the camp on the way. It is free and offers priceless detail and interesting stories. Volunteer Scott took us out & gave us the tour through phone bluetooth in our own vehicle. He grew up in Delta and has personal stories to add that are fascinating. Absolutely fantastic!
Skrevet 9. desember 2021
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