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World War II

A Western Icon Harry Jackson, one of the most famous and prolific American artists of the 20th century, is perhaps not as widely known as his friend and counterpart Jackson Pollock, but the scope of Jackson’s legacy is legendary. The Harry Jackson Institute (HJI) based here in Cody has the largest collection of work by…

Aura Sunada Newlin, Interim Director for the Heart Mountain Wyoming Foundation spoke about her family connection to Heart Mountain, what kind of exhibits are in the Interpretive Center and the new Mineta – Simpson Institute which broke ground in July.  

On Thursday, September 15th, the Buffalo Bill Center of the West will host Local Lore with Bob Richard, from noon– 1 p.m., in the Coe Auditorium. His talk is titled, “The Story of the Heart Mountain Internment Camp.” During World War II, more than “14,000” Japanese Americans were confined at the Heart Mountain Internment Camp…


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