TULE LAKE: From Relocation to Segregation, by Harold S. Jacoby


In 1942 the U.S. Government removed most persons of Japanese ancestry (including American-born citizens) from their Pacific Coast homes and put them in ten relocation centers. This inside story of one such camp, written by a former staff member, is meant to provide a balanced and accurate picture of what really took place.
122 pp; illus; paperback $20.00