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The Art and Writing of Estelle Ishigo, Heart Mountain Internment Camp, 1942-1945
Students view images of the Heart Mountain Internment Camp created by Estelle Ishigo. They discuss the time and place portrayed in the images and create a timeline recording events related to the internment of Japanese Americans.
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