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This show great significance

This show great significance that not all women weren't treated like just a figure for child bearing, this is great for my project and you defiantly don't learn this in class

Gender Roles The women were

Gender Roles

The women were not treated as slaves. Women shared in taking care of the day to day operations of family life. The men did the life threatening chores such as hunting and warfare. The women had a voice when it came to politics and their voices were heard. Slaves are not heard and they certainly don't get a voice. There are women today who mow the yard, plant food, and help prepare the land for food to grow.

Anita Varnado
08/26/13

A women will always have a

A women will always have a strong voice and we as men should respect that.

YAY! We finally found

YAY! We finally found something for our history project! We were having trouble finding stuff, and now we have! YAY! Thank you!

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