Along the Shore Line
Japanese Internment Camp
Description
Media Type
Image
Item Type
Photographs
Description
A Japanese Internment Camp, during World War II, outside of Schreiber, about 2 miles east on Highway 17. There were other internment camps besides Angler and Neys in the area. There was a large camp on Killala Lake road, north from Neys, that housed Japanese Canadians from B.C. who had been uprooted and were moved inland after Pearl Harbour.

Notes
Schreiber, Ontario, Japanese Internment Camp, Prisoners of War, buildings, Canada
Date of Original
1942 - 1948
Local identifier
1996.1.17
Geographic Coverage
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 48.81252 Longitude: -87.26458
Copyright Statement
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Contact
Schreiber Public Library
Email:libinfo@schreiber.ca
Website:
Agency street/mail address:

314 Scotia St.

P.O. Box 39

Schreiber, ON P0T 2S0

1-807-824-2477 (phone)

1-807-824-2996 (fax)

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Japanese Internment Camp


A Japanese Internment Camp, during World War II, outside of Schreiber, about 2 miles east on Highway 17. There were other internment camps besides Angler and Neys in the area. There was a large camp on Killala Lake road, north from Neys, that housed Japanese Canadians from B.C. who had been uprooted and were moved inland after Pearl Harbour.