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Five Germans and two Japanese died while interned in Fort Lincoln. All were initially buried in the camp cemetery. After the war, they were reburied. The memorial was carved in 1941. It has been lost since.

Students invited to view prison photo exhibit

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North Country Museum of Art's latest exhibit, Snow Country Prison, has had a lot of interest since it opened Tuesday.

Snow Country Prison: Interned in North Dakota is a photographic exhibition of an internment camp for Germans and Japanese people arrested as enemy aliens during World War II.

Ryan Loomis, director/CEO of the museum, said about 25 people came to the opening Tuesday night and he's received positive feedback.

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