Minidoka Internment National Monument, Idaho
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WACC documents associated with archaeological work at the park.
Site Type Keywords
Archaeological Feature • Non-Domestic Structures • Domestic Structure or Architectural Complex • Resource Extraction / Production / Transportation Structure or Features • Funerary and Burial Structures or Features
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11 x 17 maps associated with An Archeological Survey of the John Herrmann "Farm-In-A-Day" Property (2006)
11 x 17 large format maps from the An Archeological Survey of the John Herrmann "Farm-In-A-Day" Property report.
11 x 17 maps associated with The Fate of Things (2004)
Small collection of large format maps from the PIA 90 Report
An Archeological Survey of the John Herrmann "Farm-In-A-Day" Property, Jerome County, Idaho (2006)
In July 2006 the National Park Service conducted an archeological survey of the 128-acre John Herrmann Farm, located in Jerome County, Idaho. The farm is adjacent to Minidoka Internment National Monument and was recently purchased by The Conservation Fund for eventual transfer to the National Park Service. Ninety-six features (including five buildings) and 12 isolated artifacts were recorded during the survey. No features or artifacts predating the relocation center were found. Most of the...
The Fate of Things: Archeological Investigations at the Minidoka Relocation Center Dump, Jerome County, Idaho (2005)
Between August 11 and 20, 2004, the National Park Service conducted archeological mapping and feature recording at the Minidoka Relocation Center Dump, near Twin Falls, Idaho. The dump, on public land administered by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), is about a mile north of the Minidoka Internment National Monument. The dump covers more than 26 acres, and contains trash and features dating to later periods as well as the relocation center era. In all, 229 trash features and over 260...
This is Minidoka: An Archeological Survey of Minidoka Internment National Monument, Idaho (2001)
In May and July 2001 the Western Archeological and Conservation Center of the National Park Service conducted archeological investigations at the Minidoka Internment National Monument, in Idaho. The Monument was designated in January 2001 to provide opportunities for public education and interpretation of the internment of Japanese Aruericans during World War II. The Monument comprises a small part of the Minidoka Relocation Center, one of ten major facilities at which Japanese American citizens...
The Archaeology of Minidoka Internment National Monument, Idaho
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WACC reports related to survey and excavation projects at Minidoka Internment National Monument, Idaho.