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Day of Remembrance: Executive Order 9066: Read

In February 1942, President Roosevelt signed E.O. 9066, mandating 120,000 Japanese-Americans to be imprisoned in camps during WWII. Decades later, in 1988, the order was deemed unconstitutional and belatedly, but dramatically, reversed.

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Catalog Search Tips

To find more resources about the Day of Remembrance and Japanese-American internment, use Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945. as a subject search in the library catalog. Searching for terms such as "internment" or "concentration camps" won't return as many or as focused results.