The following sources are a good place to start for general information on U.S. and World History. Follow the links to get to the sources. You may need your full Carroll CC email address and password to get into these off-campus..
The following resources will help you find information about the history, participants, and controversies surrounding the Japanese Internment. Print sources will either be located on the main level (Reference) or lower level (these can be checked out). Follow the links to get to the electronic sources. You may need your You may need your full Carroll CC email address and password to get into these off-campus..
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Legal, political, and social debates about the Japanese Internment.
The following links provide additional information on the Japanese Internment.
Many survivors of the internment camps have written memoirs and autobiographical novels. Some of these can be accessed below.
Farewell to Manzanar : a true story of Japanese American experience during and after the World War II internment - E 184 J3 H63
Nisei Daughter - F 899 S49 J376 1979
The following sources are a good place to start for general information on U.S. and World History. These titles are located on the main floor of Carroll's library and cannot be checked out, though you can photocopy articles.
Berkshire Encyclopedia of World History - REF D23 B45 2005
Encyclopedia of American History - REF E174 E53 2003
If you're looking for primary sources, the follow links should provide you with a start.
To find books on the Japanese Internment in the library's online catalog, try the following subject searches:
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