[Jane] Tucker went to work at the Southeastern Shipyard in Savannah in 1943 along with her sister and mother. Tucker toiled away as a welder where women wore pants and smoked in public, but most importantly they worked.
“We never went back,” she said. “This gave us an opportunity.”
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