Newell, California: Japanese-American Internment Camp MonumentThis squat, dark stone pile supports an apologetic-angry-worded plaque that was erected in 1979. The ruins of the camp are still evident.
- Hwy 139, Newell, CA
- On the northeast side of Hwy 139, in the mostly-abandoned community of Newell. Roughly four miles north of the turnoff for Old Alturas Hwy, or 11 miles south of the intersection of State Line Rd/Hwy 161.
Visitor Tips and News About Japanese-American Internment Camp Monument
The Japanese-American Internment Camp Monument is right in the side of the road.[Robert Slayden, 03/28/2010]
Along Hwy 139, this apologetic-angry-worded historical plaque about the "concentration camp" was set into a roadside rock wall erected in 1979. The ruins of the camp are still evident.
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