Heart Mountain Relocation Center

A sign at the Heart Mountain Relocation Center tells the story of the camp outside of Cody, Wyoming where,, between 1942 and 1945, nearly 11,000 Japanese-Americans were held. At the time, the size of the population housed there made Heart Mountain the third-largest city in Wyoming.
A sign at the Heart Mountain Relocation Center tells the story of the camp outside of Cody, Wyoming where,, between 1942 and 1945, nearly 11,000 Japanese-Americans were held. At the time, the size of the population housed there made Heart Mountain the third-largest city in Wyoming.
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    1. Said time in American History. There were non-military Italian men interned at Fort Missoula, here in town The Italians, who referred to Fort Missoula as Camp Bella Vista, worked in area farms, fought forest fires, and worked in other Missoula industries before being released in 1944. Many stayed after the war and lived the rest of their lives here.

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