Exhibit Features Japanese American WWII Soldiers

The History Museum of Hood River County is presenting an exhibit about Japanese American World War II soldiers through the end of the year.  A Long Road to Travel was developed in partnership with the Japanese American Museum of Oregon.  The museum’s Anna Goodwin says the exhibit tells the story of 400 first generation Japanese American soldiers from Oregon who served in World War II despite their families being placed in internment camps at the same time.  The History Museum of Hood River County is in Port Marina Park, and is open Monday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.  

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