Based on archival research, field visits, and interviews with former residents, this remarkable volume documents in unprecedented detail the various facilities in which persons of Japanese descent living in the western U.S. were confined during World War II. It provides an overview of the architectural remnants, archeological features, artifacts from the various sites, and both historic and present-day photographs.Also within the residential areas were four general stores, two dry-goods stores, two barber shops, a beauty shop, two mail-order stores, two dry cleaning stores, two watch repair stores, two radio repair shops, ... They constructed nine baseball diamonds, and in the winter water was diverted into a natural depression southeast of Block 44 for ice skating (Jim Kubota, personal communication, 1995) .
|Title||:||Confinement and Ethnicity|
|Author||:||Jeffery Burton, Eleanor Roosevelt, Irene J Cohen|
|Publisher||:||University of Washington Press - 2011-12-15|