A Mouthful of Rivets

A Mouthful of Rivets

Women at Work in World War II

Book - 1994
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A Mouthful of Rivets is the oral history of the women who took part in World War II on the homefront. In more than one hundred interviews, Nancy Baker Wise and Christy Wise create a textured portrait of the challenges and triumphs these powerful women experienced. Each woman vividly describes how she overcame discrimination, harassment, emotional and physical challenges, and inadequate training to successfully meet the needs of defense production while bringing the American economy to its height.




Baker & Taylor
Provides an oral history of the women who took part in the war effort on the home front putting aside school, families, and peacetime jobs to become riveters, geologists, pilots, and truck drivers

Publisher: San Francisco, CA Jossey-Bass, c1994
ISBN: 9781555427030
1555427030
Branch Call Number: 940.5316 WIS
Characteristics: xvii, 283p. : ports. ; 24cm
Additional Contributors: Wise, Christy 1953-

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