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The Daily Genealogist: A Pain That Persists: Japanese Americans Scarred by WWII Internments

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Jean Powers
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In 1942 photographer Dorothea Lange took pictures of Japanese immigrants and Japanese Americans undergoing forced relocation. Sacramento Bee senior photographer Paul Kitagaki, Jr. has been searching for the identities of those photographed — and creating this collection of portraits picturing the same individuals. (There’s also a companion story, and a gallery of unidentified photographs.)

Posted by Jean Powers at 04/27/2012 11:35:10 AM | 


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