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Impounded people : Japanese-Americans in the relocation centers

Author: Edward Holland Spicer; Asael T Hansen; Katherine Luomala; Marvin K Opler
Publisher: Tucson, Arizona : University of Arizona Press, 2021.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This important final report of the War Relocation Authority, written in 1946 and now released in book form with a comprehensive introduction by Edward H. Spicer, describes the growth and changes in the community life and how attitudes of Japanese-American relocatees and WRA administrators evolved, adjusted, and affected one another on political, social, and psychological levels.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
United States. War Relocation Authority.
Impounded people.
Tucson, Arizona : University of Arizona Press, 2016
(OCoLC)961923520
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Edward Holland Spicer; Asael T Hansen; Katherine Luomala; Marvin K Opler
ISBN: 9780816541607 0816541604
OCLC Number: 1250265557
Notes: "Written in 1946 as one of the final reports of ... the War Relocation Authority."
Description: 1 online resource (viii, 342 pages) : illustrations, maps, plans.
Contents: Prologue. The process of scapegoating ; A west coast dilemma ; The evacuated people --
Moving in. Impact of the relocation centers ; The administrative staff ; Evacuee and caucasian ; Work and wages ; A world of rumor ; The blocks: foundations of community life ; Community cross currents ; The outside ; Crises --
Being sorted. Registration-a new crisis ; An emerging framework of community life ; The sorting ; Fruits of segregation --
Settling down. Programs-government and evacuee ; Evacuee orientations ; Stabilization of staff-evacuee relations ; The center way of life ; Tule Lake ; Disintegrating factors-the war and resettlement --
Getting out. Holding the centers ; The stake in America ; Disintegration of the centers ; Confusion at Tule Lake --
Epilogue. The journey continued ; The journey back ; Discontinuities and continuities.
Responsibility: Edward H. Spicer, Asael T. Hansen, Katherine Luomala, Marvin K. Opler.

Abstract:

This important final report of the War Relocation Authority, written in 1946 and now released in book form with a comprehensive introduction by Edward H. Spicer, describes the growth and changes in the community life and how attitudes of Japanese-American relocatees and WRA administrators evolved, adjusted, and affected one another on political, social, and psychological levels.

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