Primary Sources "'a date Which Will Live in Infamy'"

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Madison Public Schools: Mr. Alberino: Internment Camp Webquest. Digital image.Madison Public Schools: Mr. Alberino: Internment Camp Webquest. Web. 15 Mar. 2014. .

This source was extremely helpful. It provided primary documents, which we used extensively throughout our website. Also, the source itself was credible, ensuring that the pictures are real.

Posted Japanese American Exclusion. Digital image. National Archives and Records Administration. 9 July 2010. Web. 6 Oct. 2013. .

This is considered a primary source because it is a picture of something taken during that time. This is clearly demonstrates a parallel to Nazi Germany, though less extreme. We will be able to use this sign as a comparison between the Japanese American internment camps and the German concentration camps. The visual image provides emphasis on the reality of what took place.
"President Franklin Roosevelt Signs Executive Order 9066 on February 19, 1942." Web. 18 Mar. 2014. .

We decided to use this source to provide a visual impact of President Roosevelt and Executive Order 9066. We feel it ties together nicely with the information from our website.

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