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This newspaper was published by Japanese-Americans who were interned in the Poston Camp during World War II. It was first called the Poston Information Bulletin, then the Official Daily Press Bulletin, then the Poston Chronicle.
This is only an index. It does not includes full text articles. Among other types of information, it includes selected articles from the Arkansas Gazette, the Arkansas Democrat, the Arkansas Traveler, the Northwest Arkansas Times, and the Grapevine.
Includes scattered issues of BAD Times, Black Americans for Democracy News, and Times (Black Americans for Democracy). All were published by Black Americans for Democracy, an African American student organization at the University of Arkansas.
This newspaper was published by the Japanese Americans who were interned in the Jerome War Relocation Camp during World War II. It was called the Denson Communique 1942-1943 and the Denson Tribune 1943-1944.
This newspaper was published by Japanese-Americans who were interned in the Rohwer War Relocation Camp during World War II. It also includes issues of other newspapers from the camp, including the Rohwer News, the Rohwer Jiho, the Rohwer Relocator, the Daybreak, the Rohwer Federated Christian Church Bulletin, the Rohwer High School Hi Lites, and the Rohwer Junior High School Roar.