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Soon they were sent to permanent relocation centers outside the restricted military zones.For example, persons of Japanese ancestry in western Washington State were removed to the assembly center at the Puyallup Fairgrounds near Tacoma.

As four or five families with their sparse collections of clothing and possessions squeezed into and shared tar-papered barracks, life took on some familiar routines of socializing and school.The attack on Pearl Harbor also launched a rash of fear about national security, especially on the West Coast.In February 1942, just two months after Pearl Harbor, President Roosevelt as commander-in-chief, issued Executive Order 9066, which had the effect of relocating all persons of Japanese ancestry, both citizens and aliens, inland, outside of the Pacific military zone.However, eating in common facilities and having limited opportunities for work interrupted other social and cultural patterns.Persons who became troublesome were sent to a special camp at Tule Lake, California, where dissidents were housed.

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