Confinement and Ethnicity documents in detail the assembly centers, concentration camps, and penitentiaries that imprisoned Japanese Americans during World War II. Based on archival research, field visits, and interviews with former residents, Confinement and Ethnicity provides an overview of the architectural remnants, archeological features, and artifacts remaining at the various sites. Included are numerous maps, diagrams, charts, and photographs. Camps include: Gila River, Granada (Amache), Heart Mountain, Jerome, Manzanar, Minidoka, Poston, Rowher, Topaz and Tule Lake.
Discover Nikkei is a community website about Nikkei identity, history and experiences. Their goal is to provide an inviting space for the community to share, explore, and connect with each other through diverse Nikkei experiences, culture, and history. Resources include articles, interviews, military database, photographs and oral histories.
Confinement and Ethnicity's chapter on Gila River contains a detailed description of both Butte and Canal camps, archaelogical details, maps, and photographs.
Confinement and Ethnicity's chapter on the Jerome Relocation Center includes a detailed description of the site, archaeological details, maps and photographs.
The National Veterans Network is a national coalition of organizations and individuals dedicated to educating and enlightening the public about the experience and legacy of Japanese American World War II soldiers inspired by the awarding of the Congressional Gold Medal. The website offers the following:
- A listing of Japanese American veterans, civic and cultural organizations
- A historical overview of the Japanese American World War II soldier experience
- Background on the Nisei Soldier Congressional Gold Medal bill and ceremony
The U.S. Army Center of Military History operates a Historical Resources Branch that offers a library and archive. In addition, their website offers a detailed view of the Army's role in U.S. military history.