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Imagine the government drafting you after moving you to an internment camp. Would you comply? [...] »

Bring yourself up to speed on the Gold Rush, including the minorities involved. [...] »

Was Japanese American internment constitutional? Explore the Japanese American experience. [...] »

These curious photos created by the War Relocation Authority put a positive spin on Japanese American internment. [...] »

Use this site as a gateway to primary sources and online resources detailing Japanese Internment [...] »

Go back in time and witness the harsh conditions at Japanese Internment Camps during World War II. [...] »

Which ethnic groups have made their homes in the Columbia River Basin? [...] »

Did you know that Micronesia was once a U.N. trusteeship administered by the United States? [...] »

Two practices help students to make sense of primary source documents on the internment of Japanese Americans while improving their reading skills. [...] »

In Hawaii today, a large number of people might be considered heirs or pretenders to the Hawaiian throne, were it ever to be revived. [...] »