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For Additional Extensive resources please see:
Internment of Japanese Americans
 in Concentration Camps


|Heart Mountain| F Street, the main Heart Mountain Relocation Center thoroughfare.


From Tom Parker, August 28, 1942, National Archives.
Ed. by Roger Daniels, Sandra Taylor, and Harry Kitano; Japanese Americans, from Relocation to Redress; University of Utah Press; Salt Lake City, Utah; 1986, p. 34.

|Canal Camp Photo| Canal Camp, one of two camps at Gila River.


Scott Hopkins, Poston, 1996.

|Scrap Lumber| A pile of scrap wood left after camp construction.
University of Arizona Library, WRA Exhibit, 1995.
|Scrap Salvage| Heart Mountain, Sept 1942. Making furniture from wood salvaged from the scrap pile.
Edward Spicer, Asael Hansen, Katherine Luomala, Marvin Opler; Impounded People, Japanese-Americans in the Relocation Centers; University of Arizona Press; Tucson, Arizona; 1969, p. 73.
|Sleep on Hay| Making beds out of hay.
National Archives.
Michi Weglyn, Years of Infamy, Morrow Quill Paperbacks, New York, 1976, p. 9.
|Family Life| Sitting on homemade furniture in a 20' x 24' room in Tule Lake, Sept. 1942. A room of this size was often home to 3 couples.


Edward Spicer, Asael Hansen, Katherine Luomala, Marvin Opler; Impounded People, Japanese-Americans in the Relocation Centers; University of Arizona Press; Tucson, Arizona; 1969.

|Mess Line| Waiting to enter the mess hall.


National Archives.
Yoshiko Uchida, Desert Exile, University of Washington Press, Seattle and London, 1982.

|Classroom| A makeshift classroom at Rohwer, Fall, 1942.


Edward Spicer, Asael Hansen, Katherine Luomala, Marvin Opler; Impounded People, Japanese-Americans in the Relocation Centers; University of Arizona Press; Tucson, Arizona; 1969, p. 124.

 
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