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This is what the school conditions were like at Tule Lake.
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Farm workers at Tule Lake

The children attended school and the adults found work around the camp or in the fields.
Most people at the internment camps were employed in the field of agriculture.
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Dry conditions and building at Tule Lakes

Life in camps was difficult. The barracks for each family were small and the walls did not reach the ceiling in each room. Some barracks were 20' x 24'. Each internee was given 38 cents per day in food and supplemented their diet with food grown.
Students went to school and some participated in the camp newspaper or yearbook.
This is a picture of a basketball game at one of the internment camps. The link will take a person to a website that has spent extensive time researching and posting on the web an actual yearbook that was published in an interment camp.
This is a picture of a basketball game at one of the internment camps. The link will take a person to a website that has spent extensive time researching and posting on the web an actual yearbook that was published in an interment camp.