Topaz Museum

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BDavis4
New Canaan, CT29 bidrag
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
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 135 bidrag
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
2 bidrag
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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parksvisitor
Maple Grove, MN1 158 bidrag
sep. 2021
Knowing we were going to be passing through Delta I made sure we would have time to stop at the museum. We have previously been to Heart Mountain and Manzanar, and this museum, while smaller, is on par with them with the explaining the history and the people involved. We talked to two excellent docents during our visit, and they filled in some of the details we may have missed in viewing the displays. The museum is well laid out and takes you through the historical aspects while also delving into the lives of some of the internees and the injustices they suffered. This is a must see place if you are in the Delta area or are interested in this aspect of U.S. history.

My only complaint is that I like to purchase souvenirs to further contribute to the operation of museums like this, but they did not have XXL sizes for the wonderful T-shirts they had in the gift shop.
Skrevet 6. oktober 2021
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Erica D
Baltimore, MD219 bidrag
feb. 2020
I had no idea this site existed in Utah. A sobering look at a dark time in our history, and a disturbing look at the racism that existed then and still does. The internees struggle to create art and beauty even in the face of their imprisonment speaks to the resilience of the human spirit. Not to be missed.
Skrevet 1. februar 2020
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fish2hoops
Oakland, CA8 bidrag
okt. 2019
The Topaz Museum is a modern, restrained design with beautifully proportioned elements. The exhibits detail the incarceration of Japanese-Americans during WWII.If you are interested in architecture, exhibition design, history or current events its worth a visit.
Skrevet 21. november 2019
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okt. 2019
My mother, aunts, uncles, and grandparents were interned at Topaz. My uncle was released at age 6 but still remembers the camp. It was a very humiliating time for my family. They were US citizens, spoke English and the US was their only home. My Aunt is still bitter and refuses to visit the site. My family and my uncle were given a private tour by Jane Beckwith on her day off. We toured the museum and then Jane took us to the campsite. She showed us the block site where my family lived. We would not have found it without her. We found the cover of my family's furnace. My uncle and I were very moved. My mother spoke of the camp but she passed away last year. Thank you Jane for preserving this dark chapter of our history. From my brief encounter with you, I know that I can trust you to give an accurate and unbiased account of what happened here. I and my relatives will contribute to the museum.
Skrevet 22. oktober 2019
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Judy S
Pulaski, TN458 bidrag
okt. 2019
This museum and a visit out to the camp is something that should be advertised more. It is a spot on our history that troubles me and we never heard about it much in school. It will definitely make you wonder why it happened and how those people could manage. It opened my eyes and I felt closer to the people and the situation they endured.
Skrevet 14. oktober 2019
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Frank A
Düsseldorf, Tyskland54 bidrag
okt. 2019
Im Museum über den pazifischen Krieg WWII hörten wir von den japanischen Internierungslagern. Jetzt lag Delta auf unserem Weg, da war das Museum ein Muss.
Um es einfach zu sagen: Klasse! Es ist didaktisch sehr gut aufgebaut, beleuchtet die Hintergründe (Pearl Harbor) und die menschlichen Tragödien bei der Internierung. Die Zeitgeschichte wird personalisiert aufgezeigt und beinhaltet so einen Gänsehauteffekt.
In Summe: Hat meine Empfehlung! 👍
Skrevet 10. oktober 2019
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