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2008 National Conference Photo Guestbook

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Yen Nguyen (Layton, Vermont), Keilee Hess (Syracuse, Utah), and Shannah Thorne (Syracuse, Utah)

Yen Nguyen comments (left):

Through this experience, I have met many inspirational people. I am so grateful for my teacher, Mrs. Baker, for allowing us to do the project on Topaz that has brought me here to this conference.

Keilee Hess comments (middle):

I'm here at this conference for the JANM. I did a project about the daily life in the Topaz internment camp. It's been amazing to learn about Topaz and the awesome Japanese American culture.

Shannah Thorne comments (right):

I came here with a project for the Youth Expo. I spent many hours working on this project. I learned so much about the Japanese Americans. It was an amazing experience.

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