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Granada War Relocation Center barrack foundations

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The Granada War Relocation Center is a former Japanese-American internment camp located outside of Grenada, Colorado.  It housed nearly 7,300 people during WWII.  Today, many of the buildings are gone but the concrete foundations still remain.

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A: Granada Relocation Center National Historic Landmark

Por Calvin Jones, 130 metros de distância

National Historic Landmark marker for Granada Japanese Relocation center (Amache). "The Center was on...

Granada Relocation Center National Historic Landmark

B: Granada (Amache) Japanese Internment camp

Por Calvin Jones, 150 metros de distância

Information signs about Granada (Amache) Japanese Internment Camp."The Center was one of ten that wer...

Granada (Amache) Japanese Internment camp

C: Granada War Relocation Center inscribed signatures

Por pix, 610 metros de distância

The Granada War Relocation Center is a former Japanese-American internment camp located outside of Gr...

Granada War Relocation Center inscribed signatures

D: Granada War Relocation Center grain storage

Por pix, 920 metros de distância

This may perhaps be the only structure that still stands in the Granada War Relocation Center area ju...

Granada War Relocation Center grain storage

E: Amache Remembered 1 - Japanese Internment camp cemetery

Por Calvin Jones, 1.4 Km de distância

 "The Center was one of ten that were created by the administration of President Franklin D. Roosevel...

Amache Remembered 1 - Japanese Internment camp cemetery

F: Amache Remembered - Japanese Internment camp cemetery

Por Calvin Jones, 1.4 Km de distância

"The Center was one of ten that were created by the administration of President Franklin D. Roosevelt...

Amache Remembered - Japanese Internment camp cemetery

G: Granada War Relocation Center cemetery [1]

Por pix, 1.4 Km de distância

The Granada War Relocation Center is a former Japanese-American internment camp located outside of Gr...

Granada War Relocation Center cemetery [1]

H: Granada War Relocation Center southern boundary

Por pix, 1.4 Km de distância

The Granada War Relocation Center is a former Japanese-American internment camp located outside of Gr...

Granada War Relocation Center southern boundary

I: Enchanted Forest Park

Por pix, 25.4 Km de distância

Enchanted Forest Park

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