Faithful to Our Tasks: Arkansas's Women and the Great War

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The United States was a vital, if brief, participant in World War I--spending only eighteen months fighting in -the Great War.- But that short span marked an era of tremendous change for women as they moved out of the Victorian nineteenth century and came into their own as social activists during the early years of the twentieth century. Faithful to Our Tasks provides the context for women's actions and reactions during the war. It incorporates the mitigating factors and experiences of American women in general and ...

Faithful to Our Tasks: Arkansas's Women and the Great War 2017, Butler Center for Arkansas Studies

ISBN-13: 9781945624001

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