West Virginians in War | Recognizing Rosies: West Virginia's Women in the Factories

West Virginians in War | Recognizing Rosies: West Virginia's Women in the Factories
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Learn about the reasons many West Virginia women left their homes and families to work in factories during World War II, the jobs they did and how they felt about them, and their feelings about leaving the jobs when the war ended. Students may write an "I Am Poem" to demonstrate their understanding of the viewpoint of a "Rosie the Riveter."

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