by Elaine F. Weiss
Hardcover, 315 pages, Potomac Books Inc, List Price: $29.95 | purchase
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March 8, 2009 In World War I, while U.S. servicemen were fighting "over there," American women from all walks of life moved to rural areas to work as farm laborers. They were known as the Woman's Land Army.
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