Digging Up Our History

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Conference/Presentation

Jan 201721
1:00p.m.

Japanese American Museum of San Jose
535 N. Fifth Street
San Jose, California, 95112
United States

Many of you have seen numerous original artifacts on display at the museum. Perhaps you have seen your own family's surviving remnants from "camp" that have been passsed down through the gererations. But have you ever considered the pieces of Japanese American history that never left their spaces of confinement . . . until today? Come join us for a discussion with three emerging archaeologists as they share some of their own work based on firsthand digging in Gila River, Manzanar, and Amache!

This even is Free with Admission to the Museum

(Non-Members $5, students and Seniors $3.  JAMsj Members and Children 5 and under Free)

Please RSVP at: publicprograms@jamsj.org

 

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