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Canadian women on the move, 1867-1920

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Published by A Co-publication of New Hogtown Press and the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education in Toronto, Ont .
Written in English

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  • Canada
    • Subjects:
    • Women -- Canada -- History -- Sources.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementedited by Beth Light and Joy Parr.
      SeriesDocuments in Canadian women"s history ;, v. 2
      ContributionsLight, Beth, 1952-, Parr, Joy.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHQ1453 .C37 1983
      The Physical Object
      Paginationii, 300 p. :
      Number of Pages300
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2920306M
      ISBN 100919940188
      LC Control Number84153466

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Canadian women on the move, by Light, Beth, ; Parr, Joy. Publication date Topics Women Publisher Internet Archive Books. Canadian Libraries.

Uploaded by associate-angela-dugas on Janu SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata). Genre/Form: History Sources: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Canadian women on the move, Toronto, Ont.: A Co-publication of New Hogtown Press and the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, © In Canadian Women on the Move, editors Beth Light and JoyParr provide a rare glimpse into the hearts and minds of Canadian women in the half century after Confederation.

This second volume in the Women in Canadian History Documentary Series contains selections from a wide range of original sources which reflect the great variations in the female experience across regional, class, and ethnic.

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Canadian women on the move, New Hogtown Press and the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education. ISBN Light, Beth; Pierson, Ruth Roach (). No Easy Road: Women in Canada s to s.

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Agnes MacPhail became the first woman elected to Canada's Parliament. On December 6,Agnes MacPhail became the first woman to sit in Canada's Parliament, under the Progressive Party of Canada.

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The Canadian Women's Movement, A Guide to Archival ResourcesFormat: Hardcover. Inafter much lobbying by Canadian women’s associations, the Canadian federal government established a special branch of the Canadian Department of Immigration and Colonization to recruit women for domestic service and other female-gendered forms of paid employment that Canadian women were unlikely or unavailable to perform, and to manage the movements of all “unaccompanied” women Author: Lisa Chilton.

The Canadian Women’s Army Corps followed the same path, with its members starting out as cooks, nurses and seamstresses, but later becoming drivers and mechanics.

The third women’s military corps, the Women’s Royal Canadian Naval Service (WRCNS, or “Wrens” informally), was established in Growing wartime bureaucracy opened the way for women as officially.

Agnes Campbell Macphail, the first and only woman to be elected to the House of Commons in the Parliament in and one of the first two women elected to the Ontario Legislature, was a reformer who took a particular interest in both the representation Author: Rachel Zou.

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The first generation of Canadian social feminists appeared as early as As women moved from being predominately household servants into factories, school rooms and nursing homes, organizations began to develop.

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