While most noncombatant evacuees are located in the areas surrounding Seoul, most evacuation nodes are located in the southern coastal regions where the 19th ESC is responsible for establishing and operating relocation centers
of Indian Affairs (BIA); even the Gila River Relocation Center
During World War II his family was interned in Arkansas and later at the Tule Lake Relocation Center
If there were no war we would not be in a relocation center
Shimokochi, 82, is one of more than 14,000 Japanese-Americans who were taken to the Heart Mountain Relocation Center
in Wyoming 70 years ago.
The curriculum design for the relocation center
educational programs came from Stanford University.
Area residents are being told by the Department of Environment and Conservation to take their survival kits with them when leaving their homes to go to the relocation center
In a book beginning with a poignant poem about the orphans interned in the Manzanar Relocation Center
for Japanese Americans in eastern California's Owens Valley during World War II, Irwin (English, U.
Based on a true story of events during World War II in Los Angeles' "China City", Mei Ling in China City a colorful picturebook about a 12-year-old Chinese American girl who loses her best friend Yayeko Akiyama when she and her family were interned in the Manzanar War Relocation Center
He shrewdly detailed the irony that what brought the mainland Japanese American Soldiers and the Hawaiian Japanese American Soldiers together, before they went to Europe to fight alongside each other, was the visitation of a relocation center
by the Hawaiians.
Upcoming electronic field trips will delve into the science of speed at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and visit the Manzanar War Relocation Center
to relive the experience of interred Japanese Americans.
Desert Diamonds Behind Barbed Wire," February 19, 2007, Manzanar War Relocation Center
There shall be on each relocation center
a Merit Rating Board of seven members, appointed by the Community Council.
Providence would have it that Jo Ann Fujioka, one little girl among some 120,000 internees, would go on from a relocation center
to become the current president of Phi Delta Kappa International for 2005-07.