United Amateur Press Association
The second United States (mundane) APA was the United Amateur Press Association (UAPA), founded in 1895 by a group of teenagers including William H. Greenfield (aged 14) and Charles W. Heins (aged 17).
This became a confederation of small amateur journalism publishers which split into two organisations known interchangeably as UAP and UAAPA.
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