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I pinned this to my Americana board because I think this represents American culture and history because America was the one to pioneer into the fashion world and come up with jeans for the working man and its also funny to see how much jeans have evolved in America back then they were for working men like farmers, miners, ect and they were so cheap, you could get them for a dollar and some cents but now famous people wear them now and now they can cost up to hundreds of dollars.

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During both World Wars, many civilian women took up jobs in agriculture, replacing those men who went to war. The women who worked for the Women's Land Army (WLA) were commonly known as Land Girls. In forestry, Women's Timber Corps were known as Lumber Jills. At the height of the First World War the Land Army had a full-time membership of 23,000 members. The number exceeded 80,000 during the Second World War.

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At harvest time, Harlow Common (1943). Follow link to read Mary's story.The land girls were formed in 1939 to do the jobs on farms for the men gone off to war. This is England .We had the same in the U.S.

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A photograph of a farm worker bringing in the harvest, Sussex, taken in July 1937 by Edward G Malindine for the Daily Herald.

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Your Health Podcast: Sleep-Inducing Drinks And 'Mulligan Stew'

The Doughnut Corporation sought endorsement from the Nutrition Division of the War Food Administration for its 1942 Vitamin Doughnuts campaign.

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BATTLE OF THE LAND: THE WORK OF THE WOMEN'S LAND ARMY ON THE BRITISH HOME FRONT, 1942 | Imperial War Museums

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Members of the Women's Land Army with piglets, undated. Catalogue reference: MAF 59/3

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Revealed: Britain's secret treasure trove of stone age rock art

Revealed after 5,000 years by a team of English Heritage volunteers at Buttony, Northumberland Kate Wilson, inspector of ancient monuments at English Heritage, said: 'They may have a spiritual significance. She said that the Neolithic Age saw the arrival of 'a fairly sophisticated culture', with the introduction of agriculture. 'They were settling and cultivating something,' she added.

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