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Primary Sources

John H. Johnson Museum, Arkansas City, Arkansas 


Japanese American Internment Museum, McGehee, Arkansas


Rohwer Internment Site, Rohwer, Arkansas

History | Rohwer Heritage Site (


Jerome Internment Site, Jerome, Arkansas

Jerome Relocation Center - Encyclopedia of Arkansas


Taylor House, Tillar, Arkansas


Selma Rosenwald School, Selma, Arkansas


Allen House, Monticello Historic District, Monticello, Arkansas

dr0075-pdf.pdf (


National Register of Historic Places, U.S. Department of Interior, National Park Service (

The Architecture of the Negro Travelers' Greenbook: Green Books (

Readings, References and Secondary Sources

The Arkansas Delta, A Land of Paradox, by William Gatewood, pages 3, 58, 63, 128, 150, 224, 238, 286


National Park Service, (2017) The Natural Environment: The Delta and Its Resources.


Thinking Architecture by Peter Zumthor, 1998, First print; 1999, Reprint; 2017, Revised reprint


The College, Career, and Civic Life (C3) Framework for Social Studies State Standards: Guidance for Enhancing the Rigor of K-12 Civics, Economics, Geography, and History

African Americans of Pine Bluff and Jefferson County, by Jimmy Cunningham and Donna Cunningham

Get Down the Shovel and the Hoe: Cotton and Rice Farm History and Architecture in the Arkansas Delta, 1900-1955 ( 


Preserving The Past With Oral History (preserving-the-past-with-oral-history-rewrite-2016.pdf (


EDSITEmentGuidingQuestionPlaceBasedInquiry_0.pdf, National Endowment for the Humanities (

EDSITEment, Primary Sources Analysis Worksheet, National Endowment for the Humanities (

Teaching with Historic Places (U.S. National Park Service) (

Society of Architectural Historians, About SAH | Society of Architectural Historians

Farewell to Manzanar ( by Jeanne W. Houston and James D. Houston

Place-base Learning: Creating Clio Entries, National Endowment for the Humanities (

Arkansas State University Heritage Site,

George Takei, actor and POW at Rohwer Internment prison site, Fulbright College of Arts and Science, Pryor


Center for Oral and Visual History, University of Arkansas Fayetteville Interviews (


Rising Above (, Rohwer Interactive V2, Center for Advanced Spatial Technologies (CAST), University of Arkansas Fayetteville


Landmarks in Humanities, by Gloria K. Kiero, Third Edition, pages 247, 263 and 447


UA Fayetteville, Arkansas Humanities Center

Silva, Rachel. “Arkansas Listings in the National Register of Historic Places: Cotton Gins.” The Arkansas Historical Quarterly, vol. 70, no. 3, 2011, pp. 320–29. JSTOR, Accessed 1 Jan. 2023

Low, Light and Livable (Architecture), From Modern to Ranch, 1975-1970, A Historical Context Written and Researched by Holly Hope, 2014

Lesson Plan:  Clean Lines, Open Spaces, A view of Midcentury Modern Architecture, K-12 Educators Guide, Arkansas Education Television Network

Lesson Plan: Japanese Americans and the Rohwer Relocation Camp - Butler Center for Arkansas Studies, and

Lesson Plan:  Under One Flag: A Year at Rohwer - Butler Center for Arkansas Studies, and

Under one flag: A year at Rohwer - Lesson plans - Arkansas Studies Research Portal (

Lesson Plan:  Camp Nine and Arkansas During WWII – Butler Center for Arkansas Studies, and

International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) Standards (

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