Community publications

The Japanese American press provided a vital sense of community. Numerous newspapers were published in cities and towns up and down the West Coast. Seattle alone boasted two Japanese-language dailies and an English-language weekly for the community. The Japanese American Courier, which appeared in Seattle in 1928, was the first English-language Japanese American newspaper in the nation.

Community publications (84)

Related articles from the Densho Encyclopedia :
Kyutaro Abiko, Hawaii Hochi (newspaper), Fred Kinzaburo Makino, Nichibei Shimbun (newspaper), Nippu Jiji (newspaper), Nisei Vue (magazine), Rafu Shimpo (newspaper), James Sakamoto, Scene (magazine), Yasutaro Soga, Togo Tanaka

84 items
doc "League Presents Evacuation Plan" (ddr-densho-96-20)
Full headline: "League Presents Evacuation Plan. National Secretary Before Solons With Ideas About Dealing With Aliens."
doc "Young Americans in City Schools Resign Positions" (ddr-densho-96-23)
Full headline: "Young Americans in City Schools Resign Positions. Large Group Educated Here Hope to Build Up Unity By Their Example. Praise From Fleming."
1965 Style! New Method (ddr-jamsj-1-325)
img 1965 Style! New Method (ddr-jamsj-1-325)
Newspaper staff for San Jose Landscape Gardeners Association.
Inspector (ddr-jamsj-1-321)
img Inspector (ddr-jamsj-1-321)
Newspaper staff for San Jose Landscape Gardeners Association.
Newspaper clipping
doc Newspaper clipping "Tanforan Assembly Center Plaque Dedication" (ddr-janm-4-43)
Newspaper clipping titled "Tanforan Assembly Center Plaque Dedication". The article was written by J.K. Yamamoto on September 25, 1991 for the Hokubei Mainichi newspaper.
doc "Chairman States Evacuation View" (ddr-densho-96-14)
Full headline: "Chairman States Evacuation View. Sakamoto Thinks Young Can Be of Greater Service Helping In Defense"
Artist (ddr-jamsj-1-320)
img Artist (ddr-jamsj-1-320)
Newspaper staff for San Jose Landscape Gardeners Association.
Soul Corner cartoon about Tsuyako
doc Soul Corner cartoon about Tsuyako "Sox" Kitashima (ddr-janm-4-3)
Xerox copy of a Soul Corner cartoon about Tsuyako "Sox" Kitashima sharing her experience in camp during World War Two.
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