Sacramento (Walerga)

Temporary Assembly Center

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Family walking to barracks (ddr-densho-151-284)
img Family walking to barracks (ddr-densho-151-284)
Original caption: Sacramento, California. Another family of Japanese ancestry has just arrived at this Center by bus. Their baggage has been inspected for contraband and they have been registered, medically examined and are now being escorted by a volunteer guide to their assigned location in the barracks.
View of Sacramento Assembly Center (ddr-densho-151-1)
img View of Sacramento Assembly Center (ddr-densho-151-1)
Original WRA caption: Sacramento, Calfiornia. View of Sacramento Assembly center seen across fields from road which approaches it. This center has a capacity for 5000 persons. It is situated eleven miles north of the city.
Japanese Americans sitting outside barracks (ddr-densho-151-278)
img Japanese Americans sitting outside barracks (ddr-densho-151-278)
Original caption: Sacramento, California. Student evacuees of Japanese ancestry. Most of these boys have attended the University of California for a period of up to three years. They have been at this Assembly center for several days and are awaiting transfer to a War Relocation Authority center where they will spend the duration.
Japanese Americans outside barracks (ddr-densho-151-2)
img Japanese Americans outside barracks (ddr-densho-151-2)
Original WRA caption: Sacramento, California. Former University of California students of Japanese ancestry were evacuated from Sacramento to this Assembly center.
Takeharu Inouye Diary (ddr-densho-365-1)
doc Takeharu Inouye Diary (ddr-densho-365-1)
Takeharu Inouye's first diary documents his family's forced move to the Sacramento Assembly Center, followed by their move to the Tule Lake concentration camp. Since his mother, Miyoe Inouye, was a teacher, thirteen-year-old Takeharu's diary focuses on his classes in the Japanese and American schools at Tule Lake. His struggles with his schoolwork, as well as …
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