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News Photos & Multimedia
From historic photos of the Tule Lake Segregation Center and new media stories about the Tule Lake Unit and its sites, you will find it all in the photos and multimedia section.
The Tule Lake Segregation Center and nearby Camp Tulelake were both used to incarcerate Japanese Americans forcibly removed from the west coast of the United States. Learn more about the sites, the people and who was there by exploring the history and culture pages.
Want to bring your class on a field trip? How about a ranger come to you or send and traveling trunk full of education materials to your classroom? Find out how in the education section or by calling the education coordinator, Angela Sutton at 530-667-8119.
Learn about the creation of the Tule Lake National Monument, how big it is, and the current laws and plolicies in effect, here.
Here you will find park brouches about the sites, historical timelines, and maps.
Last updated: April 6, 2019