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Between Two EmpiresRace, History, and Transnationalism in Japanese America$

Eiichiro Azuma

Print publication date: 2005

Print ISBN-13: 9780195159400

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: September 2007

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780195159400.001.0001

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NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS

NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS

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Between Two Empires
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Oxford University Press

United States

Aikoku. 1892 (San Francisco).

Beikoku Sangyō Nippō (Sangyō Nippō). 1937–1938 (Los Angeles).

Dai-Jūkyūseiki. 1888–1889 (San Francisco).

Dōhō (Doho). 1937–1941 (Los Angeles).

Japanese American Courier. 1931–1940 (Seattle).

Japanese American Weekly. 1941 (New York).

Japanese El Rodeo. 1912 (Los Angeles).

Kashū Chūō Nōkai Geppō. 1916–1918 (San Francisco).

Kashū Mainichi (Japan California Daily News). 1931–1942 (Los Angeles).

Nanka Gādenā Renmei Geppō. 1937–1938 (Los Angeles).

Nichibei Shimbun (Japanese American News). 1912–1942 (San Francisco).

Ōfu Nippō (Sacramento Daily News). 1908–1925 (Sacramento).

Pacific Rural Press (PRP). 1902–1920 (San Francisco).

Philippine Journal. 1939–1941 (Stockton).

Rafu Shimpō (L.A. Japanese Daily News). 1920–1942 (Los Angeles).

Sacramento Bee. 1921–1923.

San Francisco Chronicle. 1918–1919.

Shin Sekai (New World Daily and New World-Sun). 1899–1900, 1906–1942 (San Francisco).

Stockton Record. 1939–1940.

Taihoku Nippō (Great Northern Daily News). 1923–1925 (Seattle).

Utah Nippō. 1937–1940 (Salt Lake City).

Japan

Amerika (America). 1907–1909 (Tokyo).

Gaiko Jihō (Revue Diplomatique). 1924–1941 (Tokyo).

International Youth. 1938–1941 (Tokyo).

Joshi Seinenkai (JS). 1915–1919 (Tokyo).

Kaigai no Nippon. 1937–1941 (Tokyo).

(p.283) Keisen (Keisen News). 1932–1941 (Tokyo).

Miyako Shinbun. 1933, 1940 (Tokyo).

Nihonjin. 1893–1894, 1896–1897 (Tokyo).

Nippon to Amerika (Japan and America). 1938–1941 (Tokyo).

Pan-Pacific Youth. 1939 (Tokyo).

Rikkō Sekai. 1923–1940 (Tokyo).

Shokumin Kyōkai hōkoku (SKH). 1893–1902 (Tokyo).

Tokyo Asahi Shinbun. 1933, 1936, 1940 (Tokyo).

Yomiuri Shinbun. 1933, 1940 (Tokyo).

Young Women of Japan. 1916–1918 (Tokyo).