Tell All Stories: The Power of Community

Amache, also known as the Granada Relocation Center, near Granada, Colorado was one of ten incarceration sites established by the War Relocation Authority during World War II to unjustly incarcerate Japanese Americans. Over 10,000 people, most American citizens, were incarcerated at Amache from 1942-1945. Amache - a place to reflect, recommit, and further the pursuit of freedom and justice. Read More

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Learn about Amache

Learn about and reflect upon the unjust incarceration on Japanese Americans during World War II.

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Japanese American Incarceration Sites

Connect with other National Park Service sites that preserve or share the stories of Japanese American incarceration.

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Plan Your Visit

Visit the site and nearby museum managed by the Amache Preservation Society.

Amache entrance panel showing Amache today.

The Amache National Historic Site Act was signed into law by President Joseph R. Biden

Last updated: March 12, 2024

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Amache National Historic Site
PO Box 44

Granada, CO 81041

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