Hidden Japanese Settlement in British Columbia

Hidden Japanese Settlement in British Columbia
AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Jonathan Hayward

In 2004, archaeology professor Robert Muckle was alerted to a site within the forests of British Columbia's North Shore mountains, where a few old cans and a sawblade had been discovered. He suspected the area was once home to a historic logging camp, but he did not anticipate that he would spend the next 14 years unearthing sign after sign of a forgotten Japanese settlement—one that appears to have been abruptly abandoned.

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