Smithsonian.com Daily, 19-20 Feb 2019

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Today in History
On this day in 1942, President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed Executive Order 9066, authorizing the incarceration of more than 110,000 Americans of Japanese descent.

For Day of Remembrance, read how Smithsonian curator of religion Peter Manseau explores the complex role that faith played for incarcerated Japanese-Americans during World War II.

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