Evidence remains of a military police station and reception building at the entrance to the Minidoka internment camp at the Minidoka National Historic site just east of Jerome, Idaho. The Friends of Minidoka nonprofit group is leading public education and restoration efforts at the old camp.
Evidence remains of a military police station and reception building at the entrance to the Minidoka internment camp at the Minidoka National Historic site just east of Jerome, Idaho. The Friends of Minidoka nonprofit group is leading public education and restoration efforts at the old camp. Chris Smith The Associated Press
Evidence remains of a military police station and reception building at the entrance to the Minidoka internment camp at the Minidoka National Historic site just east of Jerome, Idaho. The Friends of Minidoka nonprofit group is leading public education and restoration efforts at the old camp. Chris Smith The Associated Press

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