4 Congressmen Join Colorado Teacher And Students To Make Camp Amache, A Japanese Internment Camp, A National Historic SiteMore than 70 years after a Japanese internment camp in Colorado closed, it could become a national historic site and part of the National Park System.
Colorado Congressmen Introduce Bill To Add Amache Historic Site To National Park SystemFour Colorado congressmen introduced legislation this month to add a former Japanese internment camp to the National Park System.
Amache Incarceration Site In Colorado Could Become New National ParkTwo U.S. lawmakers representing Colorado are coming together to introduce a bill to designate the Amache Incarceration Site near Granada, Colorado as a national park.
Drone Used To Aid 3D Remake Of Japanese Internment CampA University of Denver team is using drone images to create a 3D reconstruction of a World War II-era Japanese internment camp in southern Colorado.
Colorado Japanese-American Internment Camp Opens Forgotten HistoryIf you aren't careful on this southeastern Colorado rural highway, you might easily pass the signs leading to a site that marks a dark and unjust episode in U.S. history.
Colorado Internment Camp Gets $240K To Return BarrackA barrack building that once stood at an internment camp for Japanese-Americans in southeastern Colorado is being returned to the site.