Story Maps are immersive, interactive guides to specific narratives and topics that connect items from across the Library of Congress collections. The following Story Maps highlight collections from the Serial and Government Publications Division.
Behind Barbed Wire Japanese-American Internment Camp Newspapers.
Buy the Route: Black Labor Ecologies of the Dantzler Plantation From the Civil War through World War II 2022 LOC Junior Fellow Camille C. Dantzler used Chronicling America, in particular newspapers from South Carolina, to research slave narratives and Black labor at the Dantzler plantation.
From Camp to Campus: Japanese American Higher Education under WWII Incarceration 2022 LOC Junior Fellow Megan Bauerle used the Japanese newspapers to investigate perspectives in the Japanese-America internment camps.