Japanese-American History in the Best of the Web Directory

Japanese-American History

  • A More Perfect Union

    Interactive galleries describe the relationship between Japanese Americans and the US Constitution. Flash and printable versions available.

  • Asian Nation

    Outlines the major historical events and contemporary characteristics of the Japanese American community, with references and photographs.

  • Children of the Camps

    PBS project documents the experiences of six Japanese American children confined to internment camps during World War II.

  • Densho: The Japanese American Legacy Project

    Oral histories digitally archived of Japanese-Americans incarcerated or interned during World War II.

  • Japanese American Citizens League

    Civil rights organisation provides details of local chapters, with membership information, events calendar, and leadership profiles.

  • Japanese American History Archives

    Collection of documents, maps, books, photographs, art and film related to Japanese American history.

  • Japanese American Museum of San Jose

    Resource for information about the history and culture of Japanese Americans on Santa Clara Valley. Includes unpublished documents and historical photos.

  • Japanese American National Museum

    Non-profit organisation describes the collections, research projects and exhibitions, with events calendar and online store.

  • Oregon Nikkei Legacy Center

    Multi-purpose facility that collects slides documenting Issei pioneer achievements in the Oregon area.

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