This map includes the locations and additional information for incarceration camps, temporary assembly centers, Department of Justice Internment Camps, U.S. Army Internment Camps, U.S. Federal Prisons, Immigration Detention Stations, Citizen Isolation Centers, and other facilities.
Here you’ll find other archival digital projects and websites that are similar to the CSUJAD project, each with valuable information about Japanese American history:
The Scholarly Advisory Group for the California State University Japanese American Digitization Project publishes extensively on the topic of Japanese American history and a selection of their work is below.
The following is not intended to be a comprehensive bibliography, but an introduction to the topic of Japanese American history with some key publications selected by Gregory L. Williams, Director CSUDH Gerth Archives and Special Collections, and Maureen Burns, IMAGinED Consulting.
The CSUJAD project contains archival items that are usually text-based, images, sound, or moving images. Information about how to cite these formats and examples can be found in the following citation guides.
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