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Resilience of Japanese Americans on the Home Front

Guard tower at sunset

Manzanar National Historic Site

By September of 1942, more than 10,000 Japanese Americans were living in heavily guarded camps far from their homes.

Paper umbrella and cranes

Minidoka National Historic Site

Stories and traditions of Japanese American heritage endured despite hardships in World War II internment camps.

Fog resting in a desert landscape

Tule Lake National Memorial

A former Civilian Conservation Corps camp, the Tule Lake Segregation Center housed Japanese Americans in a remote desert.

Living Large as Icons

Visitor reading a wayside at the base of a redwood tree

Muir Woods National Monument

Old-growth of coastal redwoods, among the tallest and oldest living things on the planet, tower over a thriving forest.

Bristlecone pine tree

Great Basin National Park

Surviving at high elevations and dry landscapes where little else grows, Bristlecone pine trees can form into elaborate shapes.

Bald cypress tree in a swamp

Congaree National Park

The iconic bald cypress trees rise above the wetlands of the Congaree and Wateree rivers playing a crucial role in the ecosystem.

National Park Getaways

Historical photo of Jimmy Carter holding peanuts on a farm

This Month's National Park Getaway

Visit the home of a living president to explore his hometown roots and continuing legacy at Jimmy Carter National Historic Site.

Wasp fossil

Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument

Journey to the prairies of Colorado to spy traces of prehistoric life in one of the most diverse fossil deposits in the world.

Ranger talking next to a painting of Mary McLeod Bethune

Mary McLeod Bethune Council House NHS

The doors of the Council House have reopened for everyone to explore Bethune's incredible legacy.

People on a boardwalk next to redwoods

Muir Woods National Monument

Walk in the shadows of giants in an old-growth forest of coastal redwoods in northern California.

Last updated: May 16, 2019