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Women veterans tell their stories

11:26 AM, Nov. 7, 2013
Nellie DeBaker discusses her historian work in her home office.
Nellie DeBaker discusses her historian work in her home office.
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Veterans Day brings communities, states and the nation together every year to remember those who served, fought and died to protect the freedoms of the people of the United States. Many stories of their sacrifice have gone untold, including many of those held in the hearts of military women.

There are many women veterans from Kewaunee County, all of whom have legacies from their time of service and how they live their lives today.Commander and historian

"Through these portals pass the women of the greatest Navy on Earth," was the first thing Nellie DeBaker, Luxemburg, read when she arrived at ...

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