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War Relocation Authority (WRA)

Administrative Highlights of the WRA Program

Description how the WRA's administration and their goals of managing "temporary living facilities for persons of Japanese ancestry" and also of helped them return to civilian life.
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WRA Project Analysis Series No. 1


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WRA Project Analysis Series No. 8: Factors Influencing Low Enrollment in Certain Adult Education Courses


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WRA Project Analysis Series No. 2


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WRA Project Analysis Series No. 3


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Living conditions

Japanese Americans behind homemade pond

Shown here are Japanese Americans from Block 26 in front of their handcrafted fish pond.
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Interior of camp bathroom


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Laundry room

The Minidoka concentration camp was divided into thirty-six blocks, each with its own communal laundry facility, like the one shown here.
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Japanese American in front of a barrack

Mr. Matsui, an Issei.
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Two Japanese Americans inside barracks

Mrs. Shioshi (left) and Mrs. Odoi inside camp barracks. Both had sons in the military.
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