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The future of the Japanese minority in the United States is no longer a domestic issue for three states of the Pacific Coast: it is the responsibility of the entire Union. Most of the West Coast Japanese are now settled in permanent relocation centers where they were moved by the Army and where they remain as wards of the nation. The American people have thus assumed the power to plan the lives of these 112,000 persons, more than half of whom are American citizens.

From the Archives, 'The Japanese in Our Midst'

futurejournalismproject: “ This Day in History: Executive Order 9066 & Japanese Internment Camps On February Franklin D. Roosevelt issued Executive Order 9066 allowing the US military to.

Making camouflage nets for the War Department, Manzanar Relocation Center, 1 July 1942, Dorothea Lange, public domain via Wikimedia Commons.

Women at Manzanar Internment Camp. Manzanar, CA By Dorothea Lange, Photographer for the War Relocation Authority.

19 Feb 42: In what can only be called "not his finest hour," President Roosevelt signs Executive Order 9066, authorizing the Secretary of War to prescribe certain areas as military zones "from which any or all persons may be excluded," clearing the way for the relocation of 120,000 Japanese-Americans to internment camps, 11,000 people of German ancestry, and 3,000 of Italian decent. #WWII #History

19 Feb In what can only be called "not his finest hour," President Roosevelt…

Nullify - states rights over federal. It's why we fought the Civil War, remember! REPIN  THE  BEST  STUFF.

Nullify - states rights over federal. It's why we fought the Civil War, remember? We must contact our Governors and state reps

Cherokee Indian Reservation / (Leaving) Cherokee Reservation Marker  Cherokee, Swain County, North Carolina.

Cherokee Indian Reservation Established by United States for the Eastern Band of Cherokee after the removal of Marker is near Cherokee, North Carolina, in Swain County. Marker is on Ela Road (U. on the left when traveling west

Japanese Internment Announcement

Investigating Japanese Internment

When I first started teaching century US history, I struggled to find an engaging way to teach the topic of Japanese Internment. I enjoy teaching controversial topics in American History and .

Mr. Rogers was a U.S. Navy Seal, combat-proven in Vietnam with over twenty-five confirmed kills to his name.He wore a long-sleeved sweater to cover the many tattoos on his forearm and biceps. He was a master in small arms and hand-to-hand combat.  After Vietnam he became an ordained Presbyterian Minister and a pacifist. He dedicated the rest of his life to leading children on the right path of life.

Rogers was a U. Navy Seal, combat-proven in Vietnam with over twenty-five…

Dr. James E. West    Electret Microphone Inventor    Ninety percent of microphones used today are based on the ingenuity of James Edward West, an African-American inventor born in 1931 in Prince Edwards County, VA. If you’ve ever talked on the telephone, you’ve probably used his invention.

West Electret Microphone Inventor Ninety percent of microphones used today are based on the ingenuity of James Edward West, an African-American inventor born in 1931 in Prince Edwards County, VA. If you’ve ever talked on the telephone,

This Day in WWII History: Mar 18, 1942: War Relocation Authority is established in United States, I have done several reports on this through the years, not many my age even know this.

This Day in WWII History: Mar War Relocation Authority is established in United States, I have done several reports on this through the years, not many my age even know this.

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