Fifth-grader Cy Pennell views a display that shows interned Japanese American children playing marbles during a tour at the California Museum on Wednesday in Sacramento. Elk Grove fifth-graders travel to the museum annually to learn what it was like to be in an internment camp in World War II.
Fifth-grader Cy Pennell views a display that shows interned Japanese American children playing marbles during a tour at the California Museum on Wednesday in Sacramento. Elk Grove fifth-graders travel to the museum annually to learn what it was like to be in an internment camp in World War II. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com
Fifth-grader Cy Pennell views a display that shows interned Japanese American children playing marbles during a tour at the California Museum on Wednesday in Sacramento. Elk Grove fifth-graders travel to the museum annually to learn what it was like to be in an internment camp in World War II. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com

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February 25, 2015 8:47 PM

Students hear stark tales about Japanese internment camps at California Museum

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