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Newspaper published weekly at the Heart Mountain incarceration camp by the "Community Enterprises at the office of the Cody Enterprise, Cody, Wyoming. Articles in the publication include: "Stimson Opens Army to Nisei," "Seek Economic Backgrounds For Post-war Planning," "Evacuee Problems Present Test of U.S. Citizenship," and "Plan Reorganizations of Recreation Program." The Heart Mountain Sentinel includes newspaper publications from 1943. The incarceration camp opened August 12, 1942, in Cody, Wyoming, six months after President Roosevelt issued Executive Order 9066. In October that same year, The Heart Mountain Sentinel published its first weekly tabloid. The newspaper focused on camp life and included official announcements, events, news from other camps, and additional information. The Heart Mountain Sentinel ran until July 28, 1945, after it was announced in July 1945 that the Heart Mountain incarceration camp would close November 15, 1945.
Newsletters; Periodicals 8 pages, 16 x 11 inches application/pdf