Living History: Rosie the Riveter
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“Rosie the Riveter,” the name given to women war workers during World War II, lived and worked throughout the US welding, making bullets, and accomplishing a wide variety of factory jobs for the war effort. Between 1941 and 1945, Colorado had its own “Rosies” working at the Remington Arms Factory in Denver. “Gail Murphy” is a composite character drawn from the records and memories of these women war workers. Gail M. Beaton, a teacher of U.S. history, has taught for more than 26 years. She hasView more
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