Keywords/themes to explore: history, Japanese Americans AND internment, incarceration, detention, Executive Order 9066, relocation, resettlement, redress, reparations, evacuation, relocation,
Online resources are an excellent complement to print sources for information on a topic. Digital archives are a great way to search and browse for primary sources such as photos, video, audio, or past or present exhibits.
Reference: the go-to source to get started: basic information, overviews, brief history, summary, data and more.
Primary Source - A firsthand account of an historical event or time period. Primary sources include diaries, correspondence, interviews, drawings, newspapers, autobiographies, photographs, government documents, etc.
Keywords/subject words you can use in combination with other search terms to locate primary sources in the catalog:
All books in our libraries are organized according to Call Numbers in the Library of Congress (LC) Classification system.
Browse the shelves in these call number areas:
History, GeneralWorld War II (1939-1945)
|DS1-937||History of Asia|
History, GeneralHawaiian Islands. Hawaii
History of the Americas, United States
Elements in the population (includes Asian and Pacific Islander)
United States Local History
Education of special classes of persons