Kali Maxton Japanese American Internment Camps (IV. Hardships of Camp…
Kali Maxton Japanese American Internment Camps
I. Introduction Paragraph
"If we were put there for our protection, why were the guns pointed inwards..?"
IV. Hardships of Camp Life
Breakdown of Family Structure
III. Relocation Process
Frenzy of Moving
What to sell?
What to pack?
15,000 moved out of prohibited areas willingly
Japanese Amer. along west coast ordered to report to control stations
Evacuation began on March 24, and the people a 6days notice
Anyone atleat 1/16 Japanese evacuated
Adjustments to Living Conditions
Stalls for housing
Types of Locations
Parts of the Camps (Buildings)
II. Historical Background
Attack on Pearl Harbor
Japan. Gov. believed only way to solve problems to expant into neighbors territory.
President makes a speech about devastating attack
President issued Exec. Order 9066
Federal War Authority was established
War depart. created restricted zones and nighttime curfews
The word Japaneser did not appear in the executive order
Fewer that 3% might be inclined toward sabotage or spying