Heart Mountain Memorial

A memorial plaque 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 memorial plaque 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.
Please follow and like us:

Guard Tower – Heart Mountain War Relocation Center

The guard tower still stands at the site of the Heart Mountain War Relocation Center near Cody, Wyoming. Named after nearby Heart Mountain, the center was one of ten concentration camps used for the internment of Japanese Americans evicted from the West Coast Exclusion Zone during World War II. The camp interned a total of 13,997 Japanese-Americans during its three-year existence.
The guard tower still stands at the site of the Heart Mountain War Relocation Center near Cody, Wyoming. Named after nearby Heart Mountain, the center was one of ten concentration camps used for the internment of Japanese Americans evicted from the West Coast Exclusion Zone during World War II. The camp interned a total of 13,997 Japanese-Americans during its three-year existence.
Please follow and like us: