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FEB 15 | The Leupp Isolation Center and Japanese American Imprisonment on Diné (Navajo) Lands

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Davina Two Bears
Presidential Postdoctoral Fellow, School of Human Evolution and Social Change, Arizona State University

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Davina Two Bears will discuss her research on The Old Leupp Boarding School (OLBS), a historical archaeological site on the southwest Navajo reservation and its use as both a U.S. Federal Government Indian boarding school and a Japanese Isolation Center during WWII.

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