During the internment of the
Japanese-Americans from 1942-1945, newspapers recording camp activities and providing
news of events outside the camps were issued by the internees from the beginning of
their confinement in temporary assembly centers and permanent relocation centers. This
collection of newsletters consists of nineteen titles from nine different
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