|Primary Format: Paper|
|Size:||8 x 10 in.|
|Subject(s):||New England History Women's Studies|
Rosie's Mom: Forgotten Women Workers of the First World War
Carrie BrownPaper: $29.95
This is an excellent reference book on the women's war experience, and it will prove useful for teachers, scholars, and casual readers who want to gain more specific information on the U.S. treatment of its female work force in the era of World War I.
—Journal of Women's History
The coverage of such diverse areas as American history, women’s studies, and labor history makes this an essential purchase for academic and larger public libraries.
CARRIE BROWN is a cultural historian who specializes in exploring the human story behind historic events, artistic creations, and technological change. She is a freelance curator and has mounted exhibits on Maxfield Parrish, the bicycle, the automobile, and the airplane. She is the author of The Tall Tale in American Folklore and Literature and numerous award-winning exhibition catalogues. She lives in Etna, New Hampshire.