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Describes Amache, Colorado’s history, geographic location, population and civic systems; recounts the events leading to the incarceration of Japanese Americans; Describes the Granada Project Incarceration Camp facilities, government, civic departments, administrative departments, employment and resettlement. Subheadings include: The People; Religion; Community Government; Block Administration; Community Activities; Fire Department; Water and Power; Hospital; Education; Silk Screen Shop; Community Enterprises; Administration; Police Department; Post Office; Housing; Center Employment; Publications; Mess Division Operation; WRA Farm; Relocation; and Amache: a few facts at a glance. Includes several drawings including the Granada Project (Amache) maps. Cover screenprinted by Amache Silk Screen.
37 pages, typescript with illustrations
World War II--Administration--War Relocation Authority World War II--Immigration detention centers Geographic communities--Colorado World War II--Incarceration camps--Publications World War II--Incarceration camps--Facilities, services, and camp administration