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Hey Kids!

The prison camps where Japanese Americans were held during World War II are still open today as historic places that people can visit to learn about the past. Today, you can visit the camp called Manzanar in California using Minecraft. Follow the directions below to install the Manzanar Camp world map on your iPad, iPhone, or Android device. Then check out the challenges that follow.

Explore the camp!

Explore the incarceration camps in this Minecraft world. Hint: You might need to go outside Manzanar to visit the other three camps in this world. See if you can find the following items:

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an American flag

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beds for people to sleep on in the barracks

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barbed wire fence running around the camp

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furnace for heating buildings

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guard towers around the camp

Once you’ve explored, try making your own additions to the camp by building things that really existed there. Here are some ideas:

  • Make furniture for the barracks

  • Make new buildings, such as a mess hall, school, or bathrooms

  • Make gardens

  • Make a baseball field

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How to install the Manzanar Camp world map:

Bedrock Edition:
• Click here and download the map.
• On iPad or iPhone, select “Open in” and in AirDrop, select “Copy to Minecraft.”
• On Android, open the downloaded file and select “Minecraft PE.”

Java Edition:
• Click here and download the map.
Follow the instructions under “How To Install Minecraft Maps on PC/Mac” here.