Japanese Americans in the "assembly centers" produced and distributed newspapers, which provided information about activities and sports, living conditions, work leave, and the move to permanent concentration camps. These newspapers were an important source of information during an uncertain time.

World War II (34)
Temporary Assembly Centers (60)
North Portland Evacuazette (29)
Santa Anita Pacemaker (105)
Tanforan Totalizer (20)
Arbo-Gram (4)
Fresno Grapevine (45)
Mercedian (21)
Pinedale Logger (9)
Pomona Center News (24)
Salinas Village Crier (8)
Stockton El Joaquin (34)
Tulare News (30)
Turlock TAC (7)
Walerga Wasp (10)
Puyallup Camp Harmony News-Letter (12)

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