2 edition of Negro women in industry in 15 states. found in the catalog.
Negro women in industry in 15 states.
United States. Women"s Bureau.
|Series||Women"s Bureau bulletin -- no.70|
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This is a list of the United States cities over , people that have populations that are more than 30% Black or African American. [note 1] Statistics include Black people regardless of nationality. NEGRO WOMEN WAR WORKERS In the summer of about 2, women were employed in the Wash- ington Navy Yard. Women were hired for naval ordnance jobs only if they had had hours of training in machine-shop practice. In paying tribute to the splendid contribution of Negro women File Size: 5MB.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: United States. Women's Bureau. Negro women in industry in 15 states. Washington, U.S. Gov. Print. Off., Additional Physical Format: Online version: United States.
Women's Bureau. Negro women in industry. Washington: Govt. Print. Off., (OCoLC) Get this from a library. Negro women in industry. [Emma L Shields; United States. Women's Bureau.; United States. Department of Labor. Division of Negro Economics.]. During the Industrial Revolution Negro women began to work in the manufacturing and mechanical industry, mostly as machine operators.
This passage shows how there are more African-American women working then white women, but still get paid less. "In% of the 4, Negro women, ten years of age and over, were gainfully employed as. Negro Women in Industry in 15 States: Women's Bureau Bulletin, No.
Additional Physical Format: Print version: Negro women in industry. Washington: G.P.O., (DLC)l (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government. Table 5. Occupations of 13, Negro women workers in establishments and of 16, white women workers in of the same establishments 32 Table 6.
Employment policies and employers' opinions, 63 plants employ white and 5, Negro women, by industry 50 Table 7. Negro tobacco workers interviewed, classified by weekly hours of. The National Council of Negro Women is an “organization of organizations” (comprised of campus and community-based sections and 32 national women’s organizations) that enlightens, Negro women in industry in 15 states.
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It's a Woman's World in American Gangster: Trap Queens 15 Books Every Black Woman Should Read. Share facebook; twitter a wholly owned subsidiary of Black Entertainment Television LLC. All. studies was a survey made incover women in manufacturing plants in 9 States. In addition to this, the bureau has made industrial surveys of 15 States in which negro women were included, the dates of these studies ranging from toand the size of the negro group covered from 18 in Iowa to 5, in Vir-ginia.
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