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Coast and Camp to the Inland Empire
From Coast and Camp to the Inland Empire tells
the story of Japanese Americans living in Western Washington who were
affected by evacuation, internment and relocation during World War II,
yet were incarcerated only briefly, if at all. Its purpose is to educate
the community about historical violations of civil rights in order to
ensure that similar violations may be prevented in the future.
Whitworth: 150 Years in the Pacific Northwest
George Whitworth was called "The Father of Presbyterianism in Washington",
and in April 1853 he and his family set out from Indiana, with the intention
of founding a "Presbyterian colony in Oregon." October 2003 marked the
150th anniversary of Rev. George F. Whitworth's arrival in the Pacific
- In Time of War:
Stories of the Japanese American Experience in World War II
In Time of War, a film documentary, explores the personal stories
of Japanese Americans who were affected by evacuation, internment and
relocation in the Pacific Northwest during World War II. Several resources are also available for school teachers.
- Shaping Youth, Sustaining Life: The Civilian
Conservation Corps in the Northwest
Shaping Youth, Sustaining Life, is the story of men who either worked in CCC camps in the Pacific Northwest, or who worked in camps across the nation and now call the Pacific Northwest their home.