De Leonardis, Anthony. "The Lively Early Years of U.S. Judo," Black Belt, March 1967, 26-31.
Holm, Debra Nelson, Clark, Lynda Campbell, and Holm, Norman. Nampa's People 1886- 1986 (Nampa, ID: Nampa Centennial Committee, 1986).
"How Seattle's Sons of Old Japan Practice Jiu-Jitsu," Seattle Sunday Times, March 10, 1907, Magazine Section, 1.
Iwamoto, Masamichi. "Vancouver Judo Club and Sensei Satoru Tamoto in the Context of Judo History," Judo B.C. Digest, 18:3 (Summer 1998), 27-28.
Nakayama, Gordon G. Issei: Stories of Japanese Canadian Pioneers (Toronto: NC Press, 1984).
Norman, Howard and Tanaka, Jitaro. "Etsuji Morii, Villain or Scapegoat," in Stories of My People, A Japanese Canadian Journal, ed. by Roy Ito (Hamilton, Ontario: Roy Ito, 1994), 325-337.
Okazaki, Robert K. The Nisei Mass Evacuation Group and P.O.W. Camp '101' Angler, Ontario, tr. by Jean M. Okazaki and Curtis T. Okazaki (Scarborough, Ontario: Markham Litho Ltd., 1996).
Yoshida, Jim and Bill Hosokawa. The Two Worlds of Jim Yoshida
(New York: William Morrow, 1972).
If looking for photographs as well as text, then don't overlook the National Archives. The URL is http://www.nara.gov/nara/nail.html. Using the keyword Nisei, for example, turns up an online digital image of a photograph dated January 7, 1943, whose caption reads: "Heart Mountain Relocation Center, Heart Mountain, Wyoming. Not generally considered a sport for women, a Judo class, at the Heart Mountain Relocation Center, organized at the request of the Nisei girls, enrolled 30 students. Here a student throws a male instructor in a standard Judo style." The control number of this particular photo is NWDNS-210-G-E690, but dozens more equally intriguing films and photographs appear by using various logical keyword searches.
JCS November 1999