Bainbridge Island Japanese American Exclusion Memorial, Bainbridge Island

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Bainbridge Island is a city and island in Kitsap County, Washington, United States, located in Puget Sound. The population was 23,025 at the 2010 census and an estimated 25,298 in 2019, making Bainbridge Island the second largest city in Kitsap County.

The island is separated from the Kitsap Peninsula by Port Orchard, with Bremerton lying to the southwest. Bainbridge Island is connected to Seattle via the Washington State Ferries system and to Poulsbo and the Suquamish Indian Reservation by State Route 305, which uses the Agate Pass Bridge.

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  • Not a big place with no artifacts to view but it’s not a museum, just a memorial to remind people what happened. I liked how they provided some follow though on stories and the wood work put into the....  more »
  • Nice memorial! Granddaughter did report on incarceration of Japanese Americans. I like to provide experiences to supplement the information gathered. This experience did just that!  more »
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  • A stunning reminder that freedom can be taken away at the pure whim of a people that are afraid. The park is peaceful, stunning really with the craftsmanship of the buildings. Hard to believe what happened to the Japanese Americans here. A absolute must stop and read on our countries history. We as a nation cannot make this mistake ever again...
  • Well worth a visit. I admired all the constructions, Japanese woodwork on a very high level. Just wood pegs that holds the intricate framing together. Also must acknowledge the very nice Park Ranger that gave us a much broader info and answered questions.

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