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Manzanar Revisited

Origami prayer cranes are left on a shrine at the Manzanar cemetery. (Spencer Wiener / Los Angeles Times)
Shrine at the Manzanar cemetery at the Manzanar National Historic Site. (Spencer Wiener / Los Angeles Times)
The hum of honey bees fills the air around an apple tree inside Manzanar National Historic Site in eastern California’s Owens Valley. (Spencer Wiener / Los Angeles Times)
Sign greets visitors to the new Manzanar Interpretive Center. (Spencer Wiener / Los Angeles Times)
A copy of the Los Angeles Times published during World War ll on display at new Manzanar Interpretive Center. (Spencer Wiener / Los Angeles Times)
Guests view a list of names of interned Americans on display at the new interpretive center in the restored Manzanar High School auditorium. (Spencer Wiener / Los Angeles Times)
The cemetary at Manzanar National Historic Site. Almost 120,000 Japanese Americans were forced from their homes in California, Oregon, Washington, and Arizona in the single largest forced relocation in U.S. history. (Spencer Wiener / Los Angeles Times)
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