Heart Mountain: Life in Wyoming's Concentration Camp
By Mike Mackey
To tell this story of incarceration and everyday life of Japanese Americans incarcerated at Heart Mountain, the author combines primary and secondary source material with the recollections of more than forty internees. The individuals who suffered through this experience describe what it was like to live in Wyoming’s third largest city behind the confines of a barbed wire fence, and army guard towers. Paper: 182 pp.