Tag Archives: Tule Lake

Resistance at Tule Lake

The WWII incarceration of 120,000 Japanese and Japanese Americans is not a universally known chapter of our country’s history. Perhaps still not even well known. And even to many of those who have some knowledge of it, the storyline runs … Continue reading

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IONTW – November 27, 2016

A Knit Skeleton! And, if one is going to collect books, miniature is probably the way to go. Think of how many you could have without it taking over your whole house! Through Monday 11/28, Holiday Sale at Split Lip … Continue reading

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2014 Tule Lake Pilgrimage Hike to Castle Rock

One of the e-mails I received after registering for the Tule Lake Pilgrimage asked if I wanted to go on the optional hike up Castle Rock. Having never been on the Pilgrimage or to Tule Lake before, I wasn’t sure … Continue reading

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2014 Tule Lake Pilgrimage

Tule Lake is one of 10 War Relocation Authority (WRA) Centers where Japanese Americans were incarcerated during the second World War. Very little of the physical camp remains, but the Tule Lake Committee conducts a biennial Pilgrimage to the area. This … Continue reading


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