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Louis Fiset BA DDS is a research dentist at the University of Washington's School of Medicine where he currently helps train Aleuts and other Alaska Natives to provide dental care for their fellow villagers in rural Alaska. Also working as a research historian, over the past 30 years he has studied the experience of Japanese Americans in World War II and disseminated his research widely. He has authored three books, a dozen peer-reviewed essays, co-edited an anthology, and reported his findings at public forums. His most recent book is: Detained, Interned, Incarcerated: U.S. Enemy Noncombatant Mail in World War II .