On release from West-Coast internment camps, more Japanese-Americans relocated in the Midwest during the 1940s than anywhere else in the nation.
After a massive fire and two stints on Historic Landmarks’ Ten Most Endangered list, an aging brick behemoth in Jeffersonville has been saved and re-purposed.
Christened in 1929 and commissioned in 1932, the U.S.S. Indianapolis was the pride of the navy. The ship would play a pivotal role in the ending of WWII.