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MANZManzanar National Historic Site (US National Park Service)
MANZMotel Association of New Zealand (Wellington, New Zealand)
MANZMontessori Association of New Zealand
MANZMontreal, Australia and New Zealand (shipping line)
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Manzanar National Historic Site was established in 1992.
We were exploring Mess Hall 14 at Manzanar National Historic Site, 9 miles north of Lone Pine and hard by the shadow of 14,375-foot Mt.
I was thrilled and deeply gratified when Potashin and archivist Mark Hachtmann replied that they wanted to add my photographs to the Manzanar National Historic Site archives.
Bush's administration, a presidential proclamation established nine new federal historic properties in the West, among them the USS Utah and USS Oklahoma memorials in Hawaii; the battlefield on Attu Island, the Japanese occupation site on Kiska Island, and the B-24D Liberator crash site on Atka Island in Alaska; and the Tule Lake Segregation Center and Manzanar National Historic Site (Japanese American internment camps) in California.
To learn more, CAIR spoke to former internees and organized a trip to the Manzanar National Historic Site.
Ochi, NCCD Board Chair, whose own public service has included appointments in the Justice Department as an assistant attorney general during the Clinton administration and as associate director of the Office of National Drug Control Policy at the White House; she has also led the effort to establish Manzanar National Historic Site as part of the National Park System.
Every year on the last Saturday of April, Japanese-Americans who were incarcerated congregate with family and other supporters at Manzanar National Historic Site for a day of remembrance, but as the number of those who experienced the camps dwindles, the burden is shifting to younger generations, and people like Ogino, to perpetuate their story.
Brust during his visit to Manzanar (see "Manzauar in 1973," pages 24-37) that are now part of the Manzanar National Historic Site archives.
Manzanar National Historic Site is well worth the two-hour drive west from Furnace Creek.