Tag Archives: WWII

75th Anniversary Bomber Basin Crash Adventure Trek

The Dubois Museum will take participants on a Wind River Visitors Council Adventure Trek to view the site of the crash of a B24 bomber from the 29th Bombardment Group H Gowen Field Boise, ID.  The flight left Pocatello, ID on a training and photographic mission on August 14, 1943 and crashed in an isolated…
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Dubois and WWII

This is a Wyoming Community Bank Discovery Speakers Series program by the Dubois Museum staff on August 2nd at 7pm. This talk will focus on what life was like in Dubois during WWII. It will be a discussion format so everyone is encouraged to bring you memories or share stories passed down from generations. This…
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Moving Walls: The Barracks of America’s Internment Camps”

      Moving Walls: The Barracks of America's Internment Camps, explores the dual identities of the Heart Mountain, Wyoming barracks, used first as housing by incarcerated Japanese Americans at the Heart Mountain "Relocation Center" during WWII, and subsequently turned into homes and farm buildings for post-war homesteaders in the area. Writer/filmmaker Sharon Yamato and photojournalist…
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