America's Concentration Camps
of the remnants of the internment camps by Prof. Masumi Hayashi.
Liberties Public Education Fund
organization was established by the Civil Liberties Act to support
research and public education on the internment experience so
that it will be remembered and not repeated. Contains many links
to projects and researchers.
and the Constitution
the many Japanese American draft resisters within the WWII internment
camps. Created for a new PBS program on the subject.
captures fleeting memories and images from the past, makes them
accessible, and safeguards them for future generations. Using
digital technology, Densho (meaning "to pass on to the next
generation") gathers the life stories of Japanese Americans
incarcerated by the U.S. government during World War II and presents
their firsthand accounts, together with historic photographs
of San Francisco Japanese
period news articles and images from the San Francisco Museum.
The Family Album Project
A collection of photographs depicting camp life taken by former
Gallery of the Open Frontier
(http://gallery.unl.edu/) A digital library of photos, paintings,
and drawings that pertain to the history of the American West.
This online resource, drawn initially from the primary collections
of the National Archives, is a platform where scholars, researchers,
university students, primary and secondary school students, and
the interested citizen can easily traverse a visual history of
the American frontier.
and the Law
primarily on the legal issues surrounding internment, by Prof.
Vernellia R. Randall of the University of Dayton School of Law.
Japanese American Exhibit and Access Project
A multifaceted project to create a permanent Web site which provides
enhanced access to the UW Libraries holdings on the incarceration
of Japanese Americans during World War II.
American Internment Experience - Santa Clara Valley
Information on the experience of Santa Clara Valley, CA, Japanese
American Internment Memorial
A site dedicated to the bronze panoramic memorial in San Jose,
CA, that re-tells the history of Japanese Americans in narrative
Japanese American Internment
An extensive Web site about the relocation of Japanese Americans,
with many articles and links.
Journal of San Diego History
The WWII relocation of San Diego's nikkei community.
of Redress Authority
Department of Justice agency established by the Civil Liberties
Act of 1988.
Relocation Authority Photographs of Japanese-American Evacuation
and Resettlement, 1942-1945
Over 7000 photographs document day-to-day life in individual
relocation centers, as well as pre-evacuation activities in California,
relocation of evacuees in various states, and resettlement activities.
This collection reflects the point of view of the WRA.
Go for Broke
Dedicated to the Japanese American WWII brigade, some of the
most decorated soldiers in the War, who fought in Europe while
their families were incarcerated in the U.S.