Chapter 8: At War Relocation Authority
Unpublished autobiographical writing by C. Moxley Featherston about the years he worked at the War Relocation Authority as an lawyer. The writing includes stories from his years a Project Attorney at Gala River, Granada, and Minidoka, and his thoughts about the legal arguments and politics surrounding the incarceration. He was involved in the building of the legal framework for incarceration of Japanese Americans and presided over loyalty hearings for individuals seeking relocation.
- Featherston, C. Moxley (author)
Courtesy of C. Moxley Featherston Collection, Densho
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