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Tule Lake
Was once a US Internment Camp for Japanese Americans during WW2. I think the grid pattern outside of town is the remains of the camp.
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From: Jeff Burton
Fri Oct 28 16:54:35 -0700 2005
It's the grid pattern and much more, many original buildings remain in he old military police compound, motor pool, and industrial area, as does the stockade jail. The modern airfield is located within what were firebreaks between the blocks of barracks. There are 1949 and 1955 aerial photos and a map of the camp at: http://www.cr.nps.gov/history/online_books/anthropology74/ce13b.htm
 



 


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