Materials relating to the evacuation and relocation of Japanese-Americans in the United States during World War II, including
proclamations, orders, memoranda, population statistics, manuals and maps.
The Wartime Civil Control Administration operated under the Western Defense Command of the United States Army, provided for
the evacuation and temporary resettlement of Japanese and Japanese-Americans in areas of the Pacific coast during World War
II. The department oversaw all aspects of the evacuation operations, including assembly centers, transportation, and the transfer
of evacuees the jurisdiction of the War Relocation Authority, which was responsible for the relocation, maintenance, and supervision
of evacuees and operated the internment camps. Source: Federal Records of World War II, Vol. II: Military Agencies, Sec. 1096
3 manuscript boxes, 1 oversize box
(1.7 Linear Feet)
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