Uncovering Community: Merritt Park Archaeological Digs At Manzanar National Historic Site

To download a printable flyer,
click on the image above.

Last summer, volunteers helped excavate Merritt Park at the Manzanar National Historic Site, perhaps the most well-known of the elaborate gardens built by the former prisoners of the World War II American concentration camp.

This summer, volunteers will once again have an opportunity to help uncover history at Merritt Park, where further archaeological digs will take place starting June 14, 2010 and ending on June 23.

For details, you can download a two-page flyer by clicking on the image at left (requires Adobe Reader software to view/print).


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