4C: Japanese men who were not allowed to be drafted.
Alaska Gold Rush: Throughout the 1880s and early 1890s, a small number of gold prospectors and miners moved into and out of the Yukon River regions of the Yukon Territory and interior Alaska, making small gold strikes and moving from promising camp to promising camp(http://www.washington.edu/uwired/outreach/cspn/curklon/main.html#introduction).
Civil Liberties: Fundamental individual rights, such as freedom of speech and religion, protected by law against unwarranted governmental or other interference (www.dictionary.com).
Executive Order 9066: It gave the military broad powers to ban any citizen from a fifty-to sixty-mile-wide coastal area stretching from Washington state to California and extending inland into southern Arizona (Kashima).
Immigrant: A person who leaves one country to settle permanently in another(www.dictionary.com).
Incarceration: To put into jail (www.dictionary.com).
Internment Camps: Camps that housed Japanese during WW II.
Issei: 1st generation Japanese that immigrated from Japan.
J.A.C.L.: Japanese American Citizens League
Japanese-Americans: Japanese who were born in America.
Japanese emperor: The emperor of Japan during WWII was HIROHITO.
John Okada: A Japanese man who faught in the war and wrote a book about the No-No boys.
Naturalization: To grant full citizenship to (www.dictionary.com).
NAATA: National Asian American Telecommunications Association.
Nisei: 2nd generation Japanese born in America.
Pearl Harbor: A naval base in Hawaii which was bombed on by Japan.
Reparations: Compensation given to Japanese who were interned for financial loss.
Sansei: 3rd generation Japanese born in America.
War Relocation Authority (WRA): The agency reponsible for establishing relocation centers with sufficient
capacity and facilities to handle the entire evacuated population for as long as
might be necessary.