SQ 2016- Martha Wright
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SubjectPearl Harbor; Homefront; Chestertown; Black Market; Women; Racism; Rationing; African American
Martha Wright grew up near Rock Hall, Maryland and was 16 when the war started in 1941. She moved to different places for work and lived in Chester, Pennsylvania during the war - working at a shipyard. She gives insight into daily life during the war by discussing her education, family, and the places where she lived.
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