Even though aid from the War Services Bureau ceased once the Japanese arrived at the incarceration camps, there were still aspects of life with which the State was concerned.


Since many of the people incarcerated were children, the Department of Education provided schooling in the camps.  Pictured is the front cover of the Health and Physical Education curriculum at Manzanar.

Health and Pysical Education






The issue of absentee voting also arose after incarceration.  A request for an opinion was made of then-Attorney General Warren on whether incarcerated Japanese had any right to vote using an absentee ballot for the county from which they had been removed. According to the Attorney General records, no opinion was ever issued.