You aren't likely to find mention of these camps in any history book. At least I never learned about them in my public schooling experience. You could drive past Delta or Topaz Mountain and never even know what happened there and in fact, I asked a gas station employee for direction to the camp from Delta and she had no idea what I was even talking about. It's obvious the most people would like to pretend it never even happened.
To our disappointment, there isn't really much to see at the Japanese concentration camps, just a vandalized monument. In Delta, a non-profit museum has been opened, but with little to no donations or funding, it too was lacking.
The ride out to Delta is full of desert and a few small towns. Except for one small canyon, the ride was rather bland. We made a quick stop in Eureka to make a phone call and to give our saddles a break and then continued home.