The crazy rock formations of Alabama Hills plus a tour of one of America’s first concentration camps.
Relocation. Concentration Camp. Whatev’s. Take the driving tour, it’s FREE!
Perhaps George Takei Slept here.
Typical Block Building locations in Block 14 are marked to illustrate the layout of a typical block.
A World War II-era mess hall features exhibits, as do reconstructed barracks buildings in the block.
Fifteen of the 150 people who died at the relocation center were buried here; most of the others were cremated. Six burials remain today. Relatives removed the other nine after the war.
Japanese Americans produced camouflage netting here for the U.S. military in 1942.
Stone and concrete steps, a pond, and floor slabs of the hospital laundry, heating room, and morgue are all that are left.
Welcome to Alabama Hills.
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