The Society for Historical Archaeology Features Three Presentations on Internment Camps

A conference of the Society for Historical Archaeology held in Seattle, WA during January 7-10, 2015, had three different presentations about WW II internment camps. “Dark Shadows of the Homefront: Crystal City and Internment During World War II,” by Carroll J. Scogin-Brincefield, “Hygiene, Masculinity, and Imprisonment: The Archaeology of Japanese Internees at Idaho’s Kooskia Internment Camp,” by Kyla E. Fitz-Gerald, and “Caring for Their Prisoner Compatriots”: Health and Dental Hygiene at the Kooskia Internment Camp by Kristen M. Tiede and Kaitlyn Hosken.