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Japanese-Americans Rights and Responsibilities during World War II

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Event Date: Event Title: Event Description:
Images small square Attack on Pearl Harbor.
Images (1) small square President Roosevelt signs Executive Order 9066.
Download (1) small square General Dewitt issues Public Proclamation No. 1 which removes all people with Japanese ancestry.
Timeline small square President signed Executive Order 9102 which establishes War Relocation Authority.
Internment camps 2 1024x811 small square First group of Japanese American volunteers arrive at Manzanar, CA.
Timeline small square First inmates arrive at Minidoka, Idaho.
Download small square First inmates arrive at Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
Internment camps 1 1024x818 small square First inmates arrive at Granada, or Amache, Colorado.
Internment camps 5 1013x1024 small square First inmates arrive at Central Utah, or Topaz.
Images (2) small square First inmates arrive at Rohwer, Arkansas.
Download (2) small square 442nd Regimental Combat Team activated and it is completely made up of Japanese Americans.
Timeline small square Restrictions on preventing on resettlement at the West Coast are removed.
Timeline small square Pacific War ends.
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All camps closed except for Tule Lake Center.