K. Walls, "The Japanese Texans," (1987) The University of Texas
Institute of Texas Cultures, San Antonio, TX.
J. Armor and P Wright, "Manzanar: Photographs by Ansel Adams, Commentary by John Hersey," (1988),Times Books, New York.
W. Benti, ed., "Born Free and Equal: The Story of Loyal Japanese Americans, Manzanar Relocation Center, Inyo County, California," (2001), Spotted Dog Press, Bishop, CA.
"Patriotism, Perseverance, Posterity: The Story of the National Japanese American Memorial," (2001), The National Japanese American Memorial Foundation, Washington, D.C.
Yukiko Sugihara (translated by Hiroki Sugihara), "Visas for Life," (1993, 1995), Edu-Comm. Plus, South San Fransisco, CA.
C. Tanaka, "Go for Broke," (1982) Presido Press, Novato, CA.
D. Y.-M. Wong, "Generations: A Japanese American Community Portrait," Japanese Community and Culture Center of Northern California.
B. Hosokawa, "Nisei: The Quite Americans," (1969, 2002), The University Press of Colorado, Boulder, CO.
The following books were donated to the Houston Chapter of JACL through a grant from the National Conference for Community and Justice, March 27, 2004.
Achieving the Impossible Dream, by itchell T. Maki, Harry H. L. Kitano,
and S. Megan Berthold
Ambassadors in Arms, by Thomas D. Murphy; The story of Hawaii's 100 th Battalion
American's Concentration Camps, by Allan R. Bosworth
And Justice for All, by John Tateishi; An oral history of the Japanese American detention camps.
Baseball Saved Us, by Ken Mochizuki
Blue Jay in the Desert, by Marlene Shigekawa; Children's book about a boy in Internment Camp.
Camp Kenedy, Texas, by Robert Thonhoff; The story of Camp Kenedy
Citizen 13660, by Mine Okubo (both text and drawings)
Dusty exile, by Catherine Embree Harris; Looking back at Japanese relocation during World War II
Heroes, by Ken Mochizuki; Children's book about a Japanese American boy in the 1960's.
Honor Bound – A Personal Journey
(Teacher's classroom guide)
Japanese American History – Brian
Niiya, Editor, Foreword by Senator Inouye
Japanese American Journey, by The Japanese American Curriculum Project
Japanese Eyes American Heart, compiled by the Hawaii Nikkei History
John Aiso and the M.I.S., by Tad Ichinokuchi
My Name is America, by Barry Denenberg
No-No Boy, by John Okada
Personal Justice Denied, Foreword by Tetsuden Kashima
Poston Camp II, Block 211, by Jack Matsuoka