DescriptionPictured is the Gila River Relocations Camp in which Yoshiko Hasegawa and her family lived before arriving at Seabrook Farms.
NoteThe Gila River War Relocation Center in Arizona, which was built on the Gila River Indian Reservation, held Issei and Nisei internees until it was closed in 1945. Most internment camps were far inland in arid, remote locations. Like detention centers and carceral sites today, relocation camps were far away from major metropolitan centers and mostly hidden from the public eye.
Organization NameSeabrook Educational and Cultural Center
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