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An alternative newspaper published in Savannah, Georgia during 1970. Albion’s Voice reported on the war in Vietnam, racism, women’s/ gay liberation, environmental issues and counter-culture topics and events. No issue was dated, issues 3, 4, 5 were numbered and issues 1, 2, 6 were assigned numbers by the archivist in approximate chronological order.
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Albion’s Voice, Women's Liberation, Gay Liberation, Race relations, Vietnam, LGBT, Feminism
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University Libraries, Lane Library, "Albion’s Voice: Savannah’s Independent Newspaper" (1970). Finding Aids. 8.
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Six issues, each issue is 12-16 pages. 11X17 inches. Scanned to six files in pdfA format by repository, November 2012. Digitized issues available from the Digital Commons@ Georgia Southern https://digitalcommons.georgiasouthern.edu/albion-lane/