Denson Tribune (Jerome)

The Denson Tribune was published in the Jerome concentration camp, Arkansas, from October 1942 to June 1944. Until early 1943, the paper was known as the Denson Communique. The newspaper was staffed mainly by camp inmates who wrote the articles, set the type, and printed the final copies.

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Denson Tribune Vol. I No. 39 (July 13, 1943) (ddr-densho-144-80)
doc Denson Tribune Vol. I No. 39 (July 13, 1943) (ddr-densho-144-80)
Selected article titles: "Passes Needed for Leaving" (p. 1), "Race Problem to be Topic" (p. 1), "Since Evacuation: Times Have Changed" (p. 2), "Absentee Voting, Registration Rules Explained" (p. 4).
Denson Tribune Vol. I No. 67 (October 19, 1943) (ddr-densho-144-108)
doc Denson Tribune Vol. I No. 67 (October 19, 1943) (ddr-densho-144-108)
Selected article titles: "Denver WRA Area: Relocation Opportunities to be Given Here" (p. 1), "Evacuees Aid on Michigan Farms. Densonians Well-Received" (p. 1), "Nisei Soldiers Rescue 22 American Paratroops" (p. 1), "More than 1/8 of Center Now Out on Relocation" (p. 1), "Building Morale: Through the Mail" (p. 2).
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