During WWII Americans of Japanese ancestry were put in remote camps. Surrounded by armed guards and barbed wire 110,000 men, women and children were incarcerated without ever being charged of a crime.
One of these camps was near Delta, Utah, where the 2nd Annual Pilgrimage was held in 2003 at the city park and at the Topaz internment site.

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