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Ancestors in the Americas - a list of Asian American history websites from a PBS special
Asian American Media: Exploring the Japanese American Internment through Film & the Internet
Asian Nation - an article about the internment and imprisonment of Japanese Americans during World War II and its political and cultural consequences for Asian Americans.
Becoming American: The Chinese Experience - from a Bill Moyers PBS special.
Dear Miss Breed: Letter from Camp - Clara Estelle Breed was the Children's Librarian at the San Diego Public Library from 1929 to 1945. Miss Breed was fond of all children, including the many Japanese American children and teenagers who frequented the East San Diego Branch Library. Among the over 120,000 Japanese Americans who were incarcerated following the bombing of Pearl Harbor were the children Miss Breed had come to know and care about. The day of their departure at the San Diego train station, Miss Breed distributed stamped and addressed postcards to her young friends, asking them to write to her and describe their life in camp. From the Japanese American National Museum in Los Angeles.
Densho: The Japanese American Legacy Project - Densho's mission is to preserve the testimonies of Japanese Americans who were incarcerated during World War II before their memories are extinguished. The site includes firsthand accounts, historical images and teacher resources.
History on the net: World War Two-Japanese Internment Camps in the USA
Jamie Ford - the author's website
Japanese Relocation and Internment During World War II - from the National Archives
National Park Service: Manzanar
Transcript of Executive Order 9066: Resulting in the Relocation of Japanese (1942) - Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet takes place in the wake of the bombing of Pearl Harbor, and this act of Japanese military aggression on American soil determines many of the central events in the novel. President Franklin Delano Roosevelt issued Executive Order 9066 on February 19, 1942.
Youth Radio: Japanese-American granddaughter questions internment - Mara Kumagai Fink, senior at St. Olaf College, received a grant from the college to create a program that teaches elementary students in the Northfield and St. Louis Park school districts about the history of the Japanese American internment.
YouTube: World War II: Japanese Internment
Camps in the U.S.