Minidoka Internment Camp

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A less-than-stellar part of American history in WWII, the Minidoka Internment Camp housed Japanese-Americans - most of whom were from the Pacific Northwest. The site, which is a historical landmark, commemorates the lives of the 9,000 American citizens who were detained here. (Photo by Henry Calderon)

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Such an important part of history!