|Date Created:||Dec. 31, 1969, 7 p.m.|
|Date Added:||April 29, 2018, 8 p.m.|
|Description:||Vocational text 2|
|Full text:||The roles of men and women in Ward One were very clearly defined. Women were responsible for homemaking tasks, while men attended to maintenance work; their choices in Booker T. Washington’s extracurricular programs were in line with these ideals. Girls tended to participate in vocational programs such as cooking, laundering, sewing, flower arranging, and cosmetology. The predominantly male vocational trade programs included brick masonry, carpentry, home and furniture painting, auto repair, mechanical drawing, electrical work, and radio/television set repair.|
|Source:||Spring 2017 class|
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