At the back of the library, Erik Swartz, a soft-spoken 14-year-old with shaggy hair, flips through papers. They’re rosters he found on Ancestry.com.
“It’s basically the document from the Japanese internment camp from rural Arkansas,” he says.
He scans the document, pointing to several names.
“Francis, my great-grandmother… Jane, one of my great-aunts,” he reads.