Japanese Internment

By Haley Johnson and Noah Jefferson

Harry Ueno

Harry Ueno was a Hawaiian man. He was just another Japanese-American forced into internment. He is an example of a hero who was shaped by circumstance. Harry Ueno worked as a cook in the Manzanar Camp Mess Hall. Harry learned that the internees food were being shortchanged by the wartime black market. He protested and made people aware of the problem. Harry Ueno left behind artifacts when he was released.

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Artifact 1-Sugar by HarryU.

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Artifact 2- Medal of Honor by HarryU.

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Artifact 3- Black Market Booth by HarryU.

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Artifact 4- Prison by HarryU.

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Artifact 5- "Let Us Out" by HarryU.

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Artifact 6- "The Manzanar Martyr" by HarryU.

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Artifact 7- Japanese Flag by HarryU.

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Artifact 8- Bunk Bed by HarryU.