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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