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Japanese American Internment. Executive Order 9066. What is an Interment Camp?. Internment means to confine or impound especially during a war. Where were they?. Hawaii is 2,390 miles from California and 3,850 miles from Japan. The distance between Tokyo, Japan and Los Angeles, CA is 5,478.

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what is an interment camp
What is an Interment Camp?
  • Internment means to confine or impound especially during a war.
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Hawaii is 2,390 miles from California and 3,850 miles from Japan. The distance between Tokyo, Japan and Los Angeles, CA is 5,478
the history of japanese immigration
The History of Japanese Immigration
  • 1853: Commodore Perry
  • 1869: Wakamatsu Tea and Silk Farm
  • 1880: 148 Japanese in US
  • 1884: Start of legal immigration (via Hawaii)
  • 1890: 2,038 Japanese in US
  • 1907: Gentlemen's Agreement
  • 1908 – 1924: Picture Brides
  • 1910: Angel Island
  • 1924: Immigration Act of 1924
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August 18, 1941
    • In a letter to President Roosevelt, Representative John Dingell of Michigan suggests incarcerating 10,000 Hawaiian-Japanese-Americans as hostages to “ensure good behavior” on the part of Japan.
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November 12, 1941
    • Fifteen Japanese American businessmen and community leaders in Los Angeles Little Tokyo are picked up in an F.B.I. raid.
    • “Our people are 100% loyal to America.”
pearl harbor december 07 1941
Pearl HarborDecember 07, 1941
  • “A Day Which Will Live in Infamy. . .”
  • Within 48 hours, 1,291 Issei are in custody
  • These men have no formal charges against them
  • They are forbidden to see their families.