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The Union assault on the home front, however, did not necessarily deter elite Georgia women from their dedication to the Southern causeOne Alabama schoolgirl spoke for many of her peers when she declared, I would not marry a cowardIn June 1861, they succeeded: The federal government agreed to create a preventive hygienic and sanitary service for the benefit of the army called the United States Sanitary CommissionElizabeth would seduce men to extract informationIn 1942 there were 695,000 Italian enemy aliens in the United States; some 1881 of them were taken into custody and detained under wartime restrictionsCitizens of enemy countries were not expelled; some were put in internment campsFurther readingand Margaret Vining, eds
Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1986Some devoted everything they had to the service of the Confederacy, while others openly rebelled against itEven their style of banter changed, turning aggressive and overtly political, a rebellion against their old identities as genteel Southern ladiesThat year, the first female officer of the United States Marine Corps was commissioned; the first detachment of female marines was sent to Hawaii for duty in 1945WebMain article: Women in World War IIFurther Reading Eliza Frances Andrews, The War-Time Journal of a Georgia Girl, 1864-1865, ed
Boundaries of GeorgiaBoundaries of Georgia The boundary lines that define the state of Georgia are significant for a variety of reasons, such as ownership of physical territory, jurisdiction for the state's Read moreThe hard skilled labor of women was symbolized in the United States by the concept of Rosie the Riveter, a woman factory laborer performing what was previously considered man's workThe enthusiasm of many did not wane upon the vote for secession on January 19, 1861.Confederate Women and Union SoldiersPlanters' wives and other elite women often rejoiced that their state had finally broken from what they saw as the Union's oppressive holdSeattle: NavPublishingThere is little doubt this expanded the view of the role of women in society and changed the outlook of what women could do and their place in the workforceWomen joined the federal government in massive numbers during World War II
30 June 2017Hartmann, Susan MHigonnet, Margaret R., et al., edsLabor of Love, Labor of Sorrow: Black Women, Work, and the Family from Slavery to the Present^ Lintunen, Tiina (2014)In the antebellum years, new acquaintances required a formal letter of introduction, but the war allowed for association with complete strangers, men whose names they didnt even knowThey were kept far from combat but 67 were captured by the Japanese in the Philippines in 1942 and were held as POWs for over two and a half yearsParticularly, Chapter 8: The Women's Part 48a4f088c3