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Citizen internees : a second look at race and citizenship in Japanese American internment camps / Linda L. Ivey and Kevin W. Kaatz.

Publication | Not Digitized | Library Call Number: D769.8.A6 I89 2017

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    Through a new collection of primary documents about Japanese internment during World War II, this book enables a broader understanding of the injustice experienced by displaced people within the United States in the 20th century. Enables readers to see--through primary documents comprising letters written by the internees and banker J. Elmer Moorish in Redwood City, CA--how Japanese-American citizens who were interned during World War II handled their financial affairs. Reveals new information on the day-to-day lives of Japanese Americans while residing in internment camps located in various areas of the United States.
    Format
    Book
    Author/Creator
    Ivey, Linda L., author.
    Published
    Santa Barbara, California : Praeger, an Imprint of ABC-CLIO, LLC, [2017]
    Contents
    The idea of the citizen internee. Citizen internees
    History of the Japanese and anti-Japanese sentiment in California
    Planning for relocation and the protection of property
    The move to Tanforan
    The move to Topaz
    Citizenship restored? Joining the army, going home
    The banker and his documents. What Morrish was doing during this period (transcribed letters)
    Original letters with annotations.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Kaatz, Kevin W., author.
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical references (pages 267-271) and index.
    The idea of the citizen internee. Citizen internees -- History of the Japanese and anti-Japanese sentiment in California -- Planning for relocation and the protection of property -- The move to Tanforan -- The move to Topaz -- Citizenship restored? Joining the army, going home -- The banker and his documents. What Morrish was doing during this period (transcribed letters) -- Original letters with annotations.

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    Language
    English
    ISBN
    9781440837005
    1440837007
    Physical Description
    xi, 277 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm

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