|Many of the Rosie the Riveters|
Sometimes a person passes on and no one knows or cares about it. Not our families, but people had a impact on society long ago. Who were some of them?
“Keep ’em flying to avenge our husbands’ deaths.” That was the motive they lived by.
"Just six months after that first group of women walked into the Nebraska plant, more than 2,000 women were working in Martin plants in Omaha and Baltimore. By the fall of 1942, the aircraft industry as a whole had added 63,000 women to its roster, mostly in aircraft assembly plants. By November 1943, aircraft industry employment peaked at 2.1 million workers, with more than 486,000 women accounting for an astounding 37 percent of the industry labor force." Lockheed Mart
Ordinary women went from being housewives to being huge contributors to ones who provided important equipment to win WW2
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|One of the many Rosie the Riveter|
|Women are needed.|
It is impossible tell the stories all have to tell. Here is a great site above under Vera Davis' photo.
These ladies may have or could have been ones who know.
Below is a cookbook to see some recipes these awesome women donated.
|National WW2 museum|
Some of these are excellent.
I like Cereal-Cheese Casserole, pg. 64
and Honey-Cocoa Cake, pg. 189.