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"Evacuation sale during Japanese Relocation", early 1940s, public domain via Wikimedia Commons.

"Evacuation sale during Japanese Relocation", early public domain via Wikimedia Commons.

Seattle Post-Intelligencer Collection. Jackson Street block showing vacant stores after evacuation. Museum of History and Industry, Seattle, Washington.

Jackson Street block showing vacant stores after evacuation. Museum of History and Industry, Seattle, Washington.

The other side of suffering.  Author: John Ramsey  The father of Jon Benet Ramsey tells how he picked up the pieces after losing two daughters and his wife. Filled with hope.  Reviewed by:  Jackie Cantwell  http://reviewersvoice.wordpress.com/

The Other Side of Suffering: The Father of JonBenet Ramsey Tells the Story of His Journey from Grief to Grace by John Ramsey (Featured on the View

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Executive Order 9066 - WW ll Japanese Internment Camp - March 1942 - Japanese Americans on a bus to Manzanar internment camp in the Owens Valley.

Object Lesson: Hollywood Mechanic's Rare Japanese Internment Photos on display at the Japanese American National Museum in Los Angeles  Color photos from the Heart Mountain camp

Object Lesson: Hollywood mechanic's rare Japanese internment photos

Colors of confinement: rare Kodachrome photos of Japanese American incarceration during IIWW

A heartbreaking sign left in a Little Tokyo store front window by Japanese Americans who were forced into internment camps following the outbreak of World War II, San Pedro, California  (Source: calisphere.universityofcalifornia.edu)

A sign left in a store front window by Japanese Americans who were forced into internment camps.

The Panama Hotel stored the personal belongings of many Japanese-Americans who were forced by Executive order 9066 to leave their homes and businesses and live in internment camps for the duration of WWII.

Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet – What I’ve learnt

The Panama Hotel stored the personal belongings of many Japanese-Americans who were forced by Executive order 9066 to leave their homes and businesses and live in internment camps for the duration of WWII.

Two Japanese American children in Hayward await relocation. May 8, 1942. Dorothea Lange, photographer. Gelatin silver print. Collection of Oakland Museum of California. Gift of Paul S. Taylor.

Two Japanese American children in Hayward await relocation. May Dorothea Lange, photographer. Collection of Oakland Museum of California.

1942 San Francisco: Two Japanese boys awaiting the bus that will take them to an internment camp.  One wears an embroidered hat that reads: Remember Pearl Harbor.

1942 San Francisco: Two Japanese boys awaiting the bus that will take them to an internment camp. One wears an embroidered hat that reads: Remember Pearl Harbor.

Japanese-American family waiting for relocation Los Angeles,1942~Photo by Russell Lee for the Office of War Information ~♛

Japanese-American family waiting for relocation,...

The evacuation of Japanese-Americans from West Coast areas under U. Japanese-American family waiting for train to take them to Owens Valley. [Japanese American Family Awaiting Internment Train by Russell Lee].

JAPANESE RELOCATION CAMPS | evacuees of Japanese ancestry to the Colorado River War Relocation ...

Executive Order 9066 - Somewhat bewildered, but not protesting, some 225 Japanese men, women and children were taken by ferry, bus and train to California internment camps

Hayward, California May 8, 1942 Dorothea Lange photo of the Mochida Family tagged for identification and waiting to be sent to a Japanese internment camp

Members of the Mochida family awaiting evacuation bus and eventually placed in an internment camp. Mochida operated a nursery and five greenhouses on a two-acre site in Eden Township.

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