Antiques Roadshow

Field Trip: Japanese American Internment Camp Arts & Crafts

Clip: Season 19 Episode 13 | 3m 41s Video has closed captioning.

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW visited the Japanese American Museum of San Jose to explore the beautiful and poignant art work of Japanese and Japanese Americans held at camps around the United States during World War II.

Aired: 04/19/15

Rating: TV-G

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