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Frank Endo - Amache photos

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The official name of the camp was Granada Relocation Center. Popular legend says Amache was the daughter of the chief of the Cheyenne Indian tribe that once lived in the area.

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Amache Food Warehouse Crew, 1943
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Frank Endo (second from right) and other members of the Food Warehouse crew at Amache, Colorado, pose in front of a truck in 1943. Amache was a U.S. federal concentration ... More »

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