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CRAIG T. KOJIMA / CKOJIMA@STARADVERTISER.COM University of Hawaii at West Oahu students joined anthropologists and archaeologists this summer to conduct field work at the former Honouliuli internment camp in Kunia, where thousands of Japanese-Americans were held during World War II. UH-West Oahu Chancellor Gene Awakuni chatted with student Julie Baxter at the site.
COURTESY OF R.H. LODGE / JAPANESE CULTURAL CENTER OF HAWAII Courtesy of R.H. Lodge / Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii
@Caption1:Internees and prisoners of war were confined at
Honouliuli in separate compounds.
All that's left of the internment camp's bath area is a large cement slab. For the past two years
CRAIG T. KOJIMA / firstname.lastname@example.org
All that's left of the internment camp's bath area is a large cement slab. For the past two years, University of Hawaii at West Oahu students have had the opportunity to conduct field work with archaeologists and anthropologists at Honouliuli, which was bulldozed after World War II.