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The data collected in the attached report was assembled by the War Relocation Authority in 1944, and it concerns the Japanese-American populations of the Relocation Camp located at Tule Lake, California. The chart will allow you to understand the numbers of the interned who were foreign born, U.S. born, their age and their gender.

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Tule Lake: How Many Women, How Many Men? (U.S. Government, 1944)

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