Tanforan

During World War II, Tanforan was used as a Japanese American internment center. Tanforan was one of 17 "Civilian Assembly Centers", where internees were sent before being relocated to more permanent (and remote) "relocation centers". Horse stalls were used as housing. About 8,000 people were kept at Tanforan during the war. A plaque outside the mall notes this history.
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