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This Library of Congress online exhibit provides digital access to hundreds of photographs by distinguished photographer Ansel Adams of Japanese-American Internment camps during World War Two.
An online exhibit from the Library of Congress, this site provides access to over 8,000 primary source images, documents, and music relating to the experiences of Chinese immigrants and descendants in California.
To celebrate Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, PBS assembled a collection of stories that explores, among international stories, the history, traditions and culture of Asians and Pacific Islanders in the United States.
Obtain online resources, including a K-12 Korematsu Institute Teacher’s Guide, videos and accompanying lesson plans and posters, access to digital materials, and lesson plans on five documentaries on the Japanese American incarceration. The Institute was founded in honor of Fred Korematsu who challenged the Executive Order 9066 that sent 120,000 Japanese Americans to incarceration camps.
A non-profit organization that provides lesson plans on the history and continuing significance of the Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882.
"Pacific Link, the KQED Asian Education Initiative, is a project of KQED Education Network (EdNet) designed to help educators and community audiences teach and learn about Asia and Asian America."
This section of the Center for History and New Media website World History Sources guides users through an in-depth analysis of two documents from the Ottoman Empire: the Gulhane Proclamation and the Ottoman "Bill of Rights."
An annotated collection of online resources pertaining to East Asia and East Asian history compiled as part of the Center for History and New Media website World History Sources.
An annotated collection of online resources pertaining to Pacific Basic countries and Pacific Basic history compiled as part of the Center for History and New Media website World History Sources.