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On the night following the attack on Pearl Harbor, the deserted Main Street of the Japanese fishing community at Fish Harbor, Terminal Island, Los Angeles, California, United States, 8 Dec 1941.
'I am an American' sign displayed by a Japanese-American store owner, Oakland, California, United States, 8 Dec 1941On the night following the attack on Pearl Harbor, the deserted Main Street of the Japanese fishing community at Fish Harbor, Terminal Island, Los Angeles, California, United States, 8 Dec 1941.
Royal Canadian Navy officer questioning Japanese-Canadian fishermen, 9 Dec 1941British Columbia Security Commission posting of evacuation of ethnic Japanese from designated areas
Royal Canadian Navy officer questioning Japanese-Canadian fishermen, 9 Dec 1941British Columbia Security Commission posting of evacuation of ethnic Japanese from designated areas
Newspaper Group of interned Japanese-Canadians at a road camp on the Yellowhead Pass, British Columbia, Canada, Mar 1942
Newspaper 'San Francisco Examiner' showing headlines of Japanese relocation, San Francisco, California, United States, 26 Feb 1942Group of interned Japanese-Canadians at a road camp on the Yellowhead Pass, British Columbia, Canada, Mar 1942
Two Japanese-Americans playing a game of Go while awaiting relocation, San Francisco, California, United States, early 1942A Japanese-American farmer and his daughter taking a look of their strawberry farm before being relocated, Bainbridge Island, Washington, United States, 23 Mar 1942
Two Japanese-Americans playing a game of Go while awaiting relocation, San Francisco, California, United States, early 1942A Japanese-American farmer and his daughter taking a look of their strawberry farm before being relocated, Bainbridge Island, Washington, United States, 23 Mar 1942
A young Japanese-American girl awaiting bus for internment camp, California, Apr 1942Japanese Americans in front of poster with internment orders, California, United States, 1942
A young Japanese-American girl awaiting bus for internment camp, California, Apr 1942Japanese Americans in front of poster with internment orders, California, United States, 1942
Japanese-American business owner T. Z. ShiotaDining Hall scene at the Manzanar Relocation Center for deported Japanese-Americans, Inyo County, California, United States, 2 Apr 1942.
Japanese-American business owner T. Z. Shiota's farewell letter posted in his shop window as he was ordered to relocate, San Francisco, California, United States, Apr 1942Dining Hall scene at the Manzanar Relocation Center for deported Japanese-Americans, Inyo County, California, United States, 2 Apr 1942.
Impounded cars owned by Japanese-Americans, Manzanar Relocation Center, California, United States, 2 Apr 1942Japanese-American WW1 veteran at the Santa Anita Park Assembly Center, Acadia, California, United States, 5 Apr 1942
Impounded cars owned by Japanese-Americans, Manzanar Relocation Center, California, United States, 2 Apr 1942Japanese-American WW1 veteran at the Santa Anita Park Assembly Center, Acadia, California, United States, 5 Apr 1942
Japanese-Americans waiting for the train which would take them to a relocation center, California, United States, 5 Apr 1942Bulletin written in Japanese informing Japanese-Americans of evacuation orders, Los Angeles, California, United States, 7 Apr 1942
Japanese-Americans waiting for the train which would take them to a relocation center, California, United States, 5 Apr 1942Bulletin written in Japanese informing Japanese-Americans of evacuation orders, Los Angeles, California, United States, 7 Apr 1942
Exclusion Order posted to direct Japanese-Americans living in the first San Francisco section to evacuate, California, United States, 11 Apr 1942Japanese-American members of the Shibuya family posing for a family portrait shortly prior to being forcibly evacuated from their home, Mountain View, California, United States, 18 Apr 1942
Exclusion Order posted to direct Japanese-Americans living in the first San Francisco section to evacuate, California, United States, 11 Apr 1942Japanese-American members of the Shibuya family posing for a family portrait shortly prior to being forcibly evacuated from their home, Mountain View, California, United States, 18 Apr 1942
A crowd of onlookers on the first day of evacuation of Japanese residents of San Francisco, California, United States, who themselves would be sent to internment camps within three days, 25 Apr 1942Japanese-Americans outside a Civil Control Station at the Japanese American Citizens League Auditorium, San Francisco, California, United States, 25 Apr 1942
A crowd of onlookers on the first day of evacuation of Japanese residents of San Francisco, California, United States, who themselves would be sent to internment camps within three days, 25 Apr 1942Japanese-Americans outside a Civil Control Station at the Japanese American Citizens League Auditorium, San Francisco, California, United States, 25 Apr 1942

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