This site memorializes the forced removal of Japanese Americans during World War II. You can follow history's path to the ferry landing where on March 30, 1994 the very first community under Exclusion Order #1 were forced to depart their Bainbridge Island home.
We live on Bainbridge so this is a part of our island's history and a sad part of our country's history --- hopefully it will never be repeated. It is an emotional experience to visit the memorial. The visitor center has yet to be constructed, but the path, the exhibits, knowing that these were our island friends and family.....it is haunting. I would highly recommend including a trip to the Bainbridge Island Historical Musuem to this visit!
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