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After graduating from Milwaukee Normal, she taught in Milwaukee public schools.In 1917, she took a position at a Yiddish-speaking Folks Schule in Milwaukee.In her autobiography, she wrote: "To the extent that my own future convictions were shaped and given form ...those talk-filled nights in Denver played a considerable role." In Denver, she also met Morris Meyerson (also "Myerson"; December 17, 1893 – May 25, 1951), a sign painter, whom she later married on December 24, 1917.Former Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion used to call Meir "the best man in the government"; she was often portrayed as the "strong-willed, straight-talking, grey-bunned grandmother of the Jewish people".) was born on May 3, 1898, in Kiev, Russian Empire, present-day Ukraine, to Blume Neiditch (died 1951) and Moshe Mabovitch (died 1944), a carpenter.Meir wrote in her autobiography that her earliest memories were of her father boarding up the front door in response to rumours of an imminent pogrom.
There they had two children, their son Menachem (1924–2014) and their daughter Sarah (1926–2010). In 1934, when Meir returned from the United States, she joined the Executive Committee of the Histadrut and moved up the ranks to become the head of its Political Department.
Her duties included picking almonds, planting trees, working in the chicken coops, and running the kitchen.
Recognizing her leadership abilities, the kibbutz chose her as its representative to the Histadrut, the General Federation of Labour.
Golda had intended to make aliyah straight away but her plans were disrupted when all transatlantic passenger services were canceled due to the outbreak of World War I.
Instead she threw her energies into Poale Zion activities.
She had two sisters, Sheyna (1889–1972) and Tzipke (1902–1981), as well as five other siblings who died in childhood. Moshe Mabovitch left to find work in New York City in 1903.