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Organization and Content: This list is organized alphabetically and is current up to December 2011. It contains mostly "peer-reviewed" publications (publications that have been reviewed and approved by experts in the field) that have appeared in North American magazines, journals, and books.

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This bibliography was compiled by Dr. Allan Rowe, Professor of Humanities at Keyano College. All inquiries may be sent to awmp@athabascau.ca.



Theoretical Works:

Barman, Jean. "Writing Women into the History of the North American Wests, One Woman at a Time." In One Step Over the Line: Toward a History of Women in the North American Wests, eds. Elizabeth Jameson and Shiela McManus: 99-127. Edmonton: University of Alberta Press, 2008.

Creese, Gillian, and Veronica Strong-Boag. "Taking Gender into Account in British Columbia." BC Studies 105/106 (Spring/Summer 1995): 9-27.

Leger-Anderson, Ann. "Canadian Prairie Women's History: An Uncertain Enterprise." Journal of the West 37, 1 (January 1998): 47-59.

Leger-Anderson, Ann. "Saskatchewan Women, 1880-1920: A Field for Study." In The New Provinces: Alberta and Saskatchewan, eds. Howard Palmer and Donald Smith. Vancouver: Tantalus Research, 1980.

Marie, Gillian. "Writing Women into British Columbia's History." In In Her Own Right: Selected Essays on Women's History in B.C., eds. Barbara Latham and Cathy Kess: 1-18. Victoria: Camosun College, 1980.

Millions, Erin. "Breaking the Mould: A Historiographical Review of Saskatchewan's Women's History, 1880-1930." Saskatchewan History 54, 2 (2002): 31-48.

Moffatt, Aileen C. "Great Women, Separate Spheres, and Diversity: Comments on Saskatchewan Women's Historiography." In "Other Voices": Historical Essays on Saskatchewan Women, eds. David De Brou and Aileen Moffatt: 10-26. Regina: Canada Plains Research Centre, 1995.

Perry, Adele. "Feminism, History and Writing British Columbia's Past." Atlantis 25, 1 (2001): 69-74.


Publications in the History of Women and Gender in Western Canada:

Adams, Evelina. "Diary of a Nurse." Manitoba History 14 (September 1987): 23-29. [autobiography; nursing; health care; education]

Adilman, Tamara. "Evlyn Farris and the University Women's Club." In In Her Own Right: Selected Essays on Women's History in B.C., eds. Barbara Latham and Cathy Kess: 147-66. Victoria: Camosun College, 1980. [immigration; ethnicity; race and racism; employment; oral history]

Adilman, Tamara. "A Preliminary Sketch of Chinese Women and Work in British Columbia, 1858-1950." In Not Just Pin Money: Selected Essays on the History of Women's Work in British Columbia, eds. Barbara K. Latham and Roberta J. Pazdro: 53-78. Victoria: Camosun College, 1984. [social conditions; Chinese; immigration and ethnicity; oral history; employment; race and racism]

Ahenakew, Freda, and H.C. Wolfart, translators and editors. Our Grandmothers' Lives As Told in Their Own Words. Regina: Canada Plains Research Center, 1998. [Cree; oral history; First Nations]

Ahenakew, Freda and H.C. Wolfart, editors. They Knew Both Sides of Medicine: Cree Tales of Curing and Cursing. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press, 2000. [Cree; oral history; First Nations]

Ajzenstadt, Mimi. "Cycles of Control: Alcohol Regulation and the Construction of Gender Role, British Columbia, 1870-1925." International Journal of Canadian Studies 11 (1995): 101-20. [social reform; prohibition; moral regulation; social conditions; government policy]

Anderson, Joan M. "Migration and Health: Perspectives on Immigrant Women." In British Columbia Reconsidered: Essays on Women, eds. Gillian Creese and Veronica Strong-Boag: 267-89. Vancouver: Press Gang Publishers, 1992. [immigration; health and wellness; Indo-Canadian; Greek; employment; oral history]

Anderson-Leger, Anne. “Women of Saskatchewan –Historical Overview.” http://esask.uregina.ca/entry/women_of_saskatchewan.html

Anderson, Robin John. "Domestic Service: The YWCA and Women's Employment Agencies in Vancouver, 1898-1915." Histoire Sociale/Social History 25, 50 (1992): 307-33. [British Columbia; work; employment; Young Women's Christian Association]

Andrews, D. Lorraine. "Calgary Business and Professional Women's Club." Alberta History 45,1 (1997): 20-25. [entrepreneurship; clubs and societies]

Andrews, Margaret. "St. Luke's Home, Vancouver, 1888-1936: A Transitional Hospital." Journal of the Canadian Church Historical Society 24, 2 (1982): 90-98. [nursing; health care; health and wellness; British Columbia; religion]

Androsoff, Ashleigh. "A Larger Frame: ‘Redressing' the Image of Doukhobor-Canadian Women in the Twentieth Century." Journal of the Canadian Historical Association 18, 1 (2007): 81-105. [cultural perceptions; journalism; immigration and ethnicity; Sons of Freedom]

Armour, Margaret-Ann. "WISEST: An Initiative at the University of Alberta to Encourage Women in the Sciences and Engineering." In Standing on New Ground: Women in Alberta, eds. Catherine A. Cavanaugh and Randi R. Warne: 145-53. Edmonton: University of Alberta Press, 1993. [higher education; Edmonton; science and technology]

Atkinson, Maureen L. "The ‘Accomplished' Odille Quintal Morison: Tsimshian Cultural Intermediary of Metlakatla, British Columbia." In Recollecting: Lives of Aboriginal Women of the Canadian Northwest and Borderlands, eds. Sarah Carter and Patricia McCormack: 135-56. Edmonton: Athabasca University Press, 2011. [biography; missionaries; First Nations; ethnography]

Ayukawa, Michiko Midge. "Good Wives and Wise Mothers: Japanese Picture Brides in Early Twentieth-Century British Columbia," BC Studies 105/106 (Spring/Summer 1995): 103-18. [immigration; marriage; oral history]

Ayukawa, Michiko Midge. "Japanese Pioneer Women: Fighting Racism and Rearing the Next Generation." In Sisters or Strangers? Immigrant, Ethnic and Racialized Women in Canadian History, eds. Franca Iacovetta, Marlene Epp and Frances Swyripa: 233-47. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2004. [immigration and ethnicity; race and racism; Japanese; British Columbia; education; picture brides]

Bacchi, Carol. "Divided Allegiances: The Response of Farm and Labour Women to Suffrage." In A Not Unreasonable Claim: Women and Reform in Canada, 1880s – 1920s, ed. Linda Kealey: 89-108. Toronto: The Women's Press, 1979. [political activism; rural; working class; social reform; Women's Party]

Bacchi, Carol Lee. Liberation deferred?: The Ideas of the English-Canadian Suffragists, 1877-1918. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1983.

Backhouse, Constance. "White Female Help and Chinese-Canadian Employers: Race, Class, Gender and Law in the Case of Lee Clun , 1924." Canadian Ethnic Studies 26, 3 (1994): 34-53. [race and racism; employment; Regina; Saskatchewan; Chinese]

Backhouse, Constance. "The White Women's Labor Laws: Anti-Chinese Racism in Early Twentieth-Century Canada." Law and History Review 14, 2 (1996): 315-68. [race and racism; Chinese; immigration and ethnicity; Saskatchewan; legal rights]

Bailey, Mary C. "Reminiscences of a Pioneer." Alberta History 15,4 (Autumn 1967): 17-25.

Baker, Marilyn. "The Later Years: Women Instructors at the Winnipeg School of Art in the 1940s." Atlantis 30, 2 (2006): 50-62. [higher education; Manitoba; World War Two; biography; teaching]

Banks, Cara. "Saskatchewan Working Women and Labour Movement Strategies." Prairie Forum 31, 2 (Fall 2006): 357-75. [working class; organized labour; employment; political activism; strikes and lockouts]

Bannerman, Josie, Kathy Chopik, and Ann Zurbrigg. "Cheap at Half the Price: The History of the Fight for Equal Pay in BC." In Not Just Pin Money: Selected Essays on the History of Women's Work in British Columbia, eds. Barbara K.Latham and Roberta J. Pazdro: 297-313. Victoria: Camosun College, 1984. [organized labour; legal rights; employment; minimum wage]

Barber, Marilyn. "The Gentlewomen of Queen Mary's Coronation Hostel." In Not Just Pin Money: Selected Essays on the History of Women's Work in British Columbia, eds. Barbara K. Latham and Roberta J. Pazdro: 141-58. Victoria: Camosun College, 1984. [immigration; imperialism; British Columbia; Vancouver; employment]

Barber, Marilyn. "Help for Farm Homes: the Campaign to End Housework Drudgery in Rural Saskatchewan in the 1920s." Scienta Canadensis: Canadian Journal of the History of Science, Technology and Medicine 9, 1 (1985): 3-26. [domestic economy; work; household technology; domestic service; social conditions]

Barber, Marilyn. "The Motor Caravan Mission: Anglican Women Workers on the Canadian Frontier in the New Era." In Changing Roles of Women within the Christian Church in Canada, eds. Elizabeth Gillan Muir and Marilyn Färdig Whitely: 219-37. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1995. [First Nations; missionaries; religious education]

Barber, Marilyn. "The Servant Problem in Manitoba, 1896-1930." In First Days, Fighting Days: Women in Manitoba History, ed. Mary Kinnear: 100-19. Regina: Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1987. [domestic service, employment, urban, Winnipeg; Mennonite]

Barman, Jean. "Aboriginal Women on the Streets of Victoria: Rethinking Transgressive Sexuality during the Colonial Encounter." In Contact Zones: Aboriginal and Settler Women in Canada's Colonial Past, eds. Katie Pickles and Myra Rutherdale: 205-27. Vancouver: UBC Press, 2005. [sexuality; urban; social control; prostitution]

Barman, Jean. "Birds of Passage or Early Professionals? Teachers in Late Nineteenth-Century British Columbia." Historical Studies in Education 2, 1 (1990): 17-36. [education; employment; feminization]

Barman, Jean. Constance Lindsay Skinner: Writing on the Frontier. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2002. [biography; historiography; British Columbia]

Barman, Jean. "Invisible Women: Aboriginal Mothers and Mixed-Race Daughters in Rural Pioneer British Columbia." In Beyond the City Limits: Rural History in British Columbia, ed. Ruth Sandwell: 159-79. Vancouver: UBC Press, 1999. [First Nations; settlement; colonialism; marriage; sexuality]

Barman, Jean. "‘I walk my own track in life & no mere male can bump me off it': Constance Lindsay Skinner and the Work of History." In Creating Historical Memory: English-Canadian Women and the Work of History, eds. Beverly Boutilier and Alison Prentice: 129-63. Vancouver: UBC Press, 1997. [biography; historiography; frontier; British Columbia]

Barman, Jean. "Separate and Unequal: Indian and White Girls at All Hallows School, 1884-1920." In Children, Teachers, and Schools in the History of British Columbia, eds. J. Barman, N. Sutherland, and J.D. Wilson: 337-57. Calgary: Detselig, 1995. [First Nations; missionaries; colonialism; education; government policy]

Barman, Jean. Sojourning Sisters: The Lives and Letters of Jessie and Annie McQueen. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2003. [biography; life histories; British Columbia; rural; social conditions]

Barman, Jean. "Sophie Morigeau: Free Trader, Free Woman." In Recollecting: Lives of Aboriginal Women of the Canadian Northwest and Borderlands, eds. Sarah Carter and Patricia McCormack: 175-95. Edmonton: Athabasca University Press, 2011. [biography; borderlands; fur trade]

Barman, Jean. "Taming Aboriginal Sexuality: Gender, Power and Race in British Columbia, 1850-1900." BC Studies 115/116 (Autumn/Winter 1997/98): 237-66. [First Nations; race and racism; colonialism; marriage]

Barman, Jean. "‘Vancouver's First Playwright': Constance Lindsay Skinner and The Birthright." BC Studies 137 (Spring 2003): 47-62. [theatre; artists; arts; culture; British Columbia]

Barman, Jean, and Jan Hare. "Good Intentions Gone Awry: From Protection to Confinement in Emma Crosby's Home for Aboriginal Girls." In With Good Intentions: Euro-Canadian and Aboriginal Relations in Colonial Canada, eds. Celia Haig-Brown and David A. Nock: 179-89. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 2006. [missionaries; biography; First Nations; colonialism; Tsimshian]

Barman, Jean, and Jan Hare. Good Intentions Gone Awry: Emma Crosby and the Methodist Mission on the Northwest Coast. Vancouver: UBC Press, 2006. [missionaries; biography; First Nations; colonialism; Tsimshian]

Barman, Jean, and Bruce Watson. "Fort Colville's Fur Trade Families and the Dynamics of Aboriginal Racial Intermixture in the Pacific Northwest." Pacific Northwest Quarterly 90, 3 (Summer 1999): 140-53. [Hudson's Bay Company; marriage; First Nations; social conditions; borderlands]

Barnes, Annie B. "Doukhobor Women in the Twentieth Century." In Spirit Wrestlers' Voices: Honouring Doukhobors on the Centenary of their Migration to Canada in 1899, ed. Koozma J. Tarasoff: 13-39. Ottawa: Legas, 1998. [immigration and ethnicity; rural; homesteading; work; life histories]

Baskerville, Peter. "‘She Has Already Hinted at Board': Enterprising Urban Women in British Columbia, 1863-1896." Histoire Sociale/Social History 26, 52 (1993): 205-227. [work; legal rights; Victoria; social class; entrepreneurship; businesswomen]

Baskerville, Peter. A Silent Revolution? Gender and Wealth in English Canada, 1860-1930. Montreal-Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, 2008 [Victoria; British Columbia; employment; entrepreneurship; social conditions]

Bassendowski, Sandra. "The Valley Echo: Two Decades of Prose, Poetry, and Cartoons Related to the Role and Image of Saskatchewan Nurses, 1923-1943." Saskatchewan History 59, 2 (2007): 34-42. [nursing; health care; journalism]

Bassendowski, Sandra. "‘Their Knowledge is Deplorable…': Tuberculosis and the Nursing Profession in Saskatchewan, 1920s – 1940s." Saskatchewan History 60, 2 (2008): 30-39. [health and wellness; health care; nursing; Great Depression; hospitals]

Bassendowski, Sandra. "The Power of Electricity to Change Rural Women's Work in Post-War Saskatchewan." Saskatchewan History 57,2 (Fall 2005): 29-34. [social conditions; rural; World War Two; farm life; work]

Beahen, William. "Abortion and Infanticide in Western Canada, 1874 to 1916: A Criminal Case Study." Canadian Catholic Historical Association Historical Studies 53 (1986): 53-70. [reproductive rights; criminal justice; legal rights; health and wellness]

Bedford, Judy. "Prostitution in Calgary, 1905-1914." Alberta History 29, 2 (1981): 1-11. [Alberta; sex workers; criminal justice; prostitution]

Beecher, Maureen Ursenbach. "Mormon Women in Southern Alberta: The Pioneer Years." In The Mormon Presence in Alberta, eds. Brigham Y. Card, John Foster, et. al.: 211-230. Edmonton: University of Alberta Press, 1990. [immigration and ethnicity; religion; culture; rural; settlement]

Bennett, Paul and Cornelius j. Jaenen. "The Canadian Women's Movement, 1880-1920s: A Struggle for Political Rights or Social Reform?" In Emerging Identities: Selected Problems and Interpretations in Canadian History. Ontario: Prentice-Hall Canada inc., 1986: 376-405.

Benoit, Cecilia, and Dena Carroll. "Aboriginal Midwifery in British Columbia: A Narrative Untold." In A Persistent Spirit: Towards Understanding Aboriginal Health in British Columbia, ed. Peter H. Stephenson: 223-48. Victoria: Canadian Western Geographic Services, University of Victoria, 1995. [midwifery; childbirth; First Nations; health and wellness' health care]

Bernard, Elaine. "Last Back: Folklore and the Telephone Operators in the 1919 Vancouver General Strike." In Not Just Pin Money: Selected Essays on the History of Women's Work in British Columbia, eds. Barbara K.Latham and Roberta J. Pazdro: 279-86. Victoria: Camosun College, 1984. [organized labour; strikes and lockouts; oral history; employment]

Berry, Susan. "Recovered Identities: Four Metis Artists in Nineteenth-Century Rupert's Land." In Recollecting: Lives of Aboriginal Women of the Canadian Northwest and Borderlands, eds. Sarah Carter and Patricia McCormack: 20-59. Edmonton: Athabasca University Press, 2011. [biography; cultural production; art and artists; First Nations]

Beynon-Thomas, Lillian. “Some Manitoba Women Who Did Things First.” The Manitoba Historical Society Transactions series 3, no. 4 (1947-48): http://www.mhs.mb.ca/docs/transactions/3/firstwomen.shtml#yeomans

Billsen, Janet Mancini and Marth Stapleton. "Accidental Motherhood: Reproductive Control and Access to Opportunity Among Women in Canada." Women's Studies International Forum 17, 4 (1994): 357-72. [Vancouver; Chinese; birth control; reproductive rights]

Bird, Kym. "Performing Politics: Propaganda, Parody and a Women Parliament." Theatre Research in Canada 13:1-2 (Spring and Fall 1992): 168-93. [Political activism; women's suffrage; feminism; Alberta; Manitoba; British Columbia]

Birtles, William. "A Pioneer Nurse." Alberta History 43,1 (January 1995): 2-6. [nursing; health care; hospitals; biography]

Bishop, Mary F. "The Early Birth Controllers of B.C." BC Studies 61 (Spring 1984): 64-84. [British Columbia; birth control; Co-operative Commonwealth federation; health and wellness; Telford, J. Lyle; Dowding, Vivian]

Bishop, Mary F. "Vivian Dowding: Birth Control Activist." In Not Just Pin Money: Selected Essays on the History of Women's Work in British Columbia, eds. Barbara K.Latham and Roberta J. Pazdro: 327-35. Victoria: Camosun College, 1984. [British Columbia; legal rights; health and wellness; sexuality]

Black, Errol. "25¢ an Hour; 48 Hours a Week; more Toilets; Less Cats: The Labour Struggles of the ‘Girls' at the A.E. McKenzie Company in Brandon." Prairie Forum 17, 1 (Spring 1992): 33-60. [Manitoba; organized labour; strikes and lockouts; employment; working class]

Blackman, Margaret B. "The Changing Status of Haida Women: An Ethnohistorical and Life History Approach." In The World is as Sharp as a Knife: An Anthology in Honour of Wilson Duff, ed. Donald B. Abbott: 65-77. Victoria: British Columbia Provincial Museum, 1981. [First Nations; life histories; British Columbia; social conditions; colonialism; culture]

Blackman, Margaret B. During My Time: Florence Edenshaw Davidson, a Haida Woman. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1982. [biography; First Nations; British Columbia; arts and culture]

Bliss, Jacqueline. "Seamless Lives: Pioneer Women of Saskatoon, 1883-1903." Saskatchewan History 43, 3 (1991): 84-100.

Block, Tina. "‘Boy Meets Girl': Constructing Heterosexuality in Two Victoria Churches, 1945-1960." Journal of the Canadian Historical Association 10,1 (1999): 279-96. [religion; sexuality; oral history; marriage; British Columbia]

Block, Tina. "‘Families that Pray Together, Stay Together': Religion, Gender, and Family in Postwar Victoria, British Columbia." BC Studies 145 (Spring 2005): 31-54. [Protestant; family history; domesticity]

Blythe, Jennifer, and Peggy Martin McGuire. "The Changing Employment of Cree Women in Moosonee and Moose Factory." In Women of the First Nations: Power, Wisdom and Strength, eds. Christine Miller and Patricia Chuchryk: 131-50. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press, 1996. [work; social conditions; fur trade]

Bonin, Marie. "The Grey Nuns and the Red River Settlement." Manitoba History 11 (March 1986): 12-14. [missionaries; Métis; biography]

Boschma, Geertje. Faculty of Nursing on the Move: Nursing at the University of Calgary, 1969-2004. Calgary: University of Calgary Press, 2005. [nursing; health care, higher education; work; universities and colleges]

Boutilier, Beverly. "Nursing Nation Builders: The ‘Council Idea,' Western Women, and the Founding of the Victorian Order of Nurses for Canada, 1896-1900." In Telling Tales: Essays in Western Women's History, eds. Catherine A. Cavanaugh and Randi R. Warne: 174-99. Vancouver: UBC Press, 2000. [societies and clubs; political activism; nursing; Council of Women]

Bowerbank, Sylvia, and Dolores Nawages Wawia. "Literature and Criticism by Native and Métis Women in Canada." Feminist Studies 20, 3 (Fall 1994): 565-81. [oral tradition; First Nations; aboriginal; transcription; folklore; literature]

Boyd, Helen and T.A. Crawley. "Growing Up Privileged in Edmonton." Alberta History 30,1 (January 1982): 1-10. [narratives; life history]

Bramadat, Ina J., and Marion I. Saydak. "Nursing on the Canadian Prairies, 1900-1930: Effects of Immigration." Nursing History Review 1, 1 (1993): 105-17. [health and wellness; health care; work; immigration and ethnicity]

Braun, Jan. "From Policy to the Personal: One Queer Mennonite's Journey." Journal of Mennonite Studies 26 (2008): 69-80. [biography; lesbian; Mennonite; ethnicity and immigration; Saskatchewan]

Bray, Cathy. "Hilda's Diary: Reflections on Family, Impairment, and ‘Disability' in Saskatchewan in the 1930s and 1940s." Saskatchewan History 62,1 (Spring 2010): 8-39. [health and wellness; diaries; immigration and ethnicity; clubs and societies]

Bright, David. "‘Go Home, Straighten Up, Live Decent Lives': Female Vagrancy and Social Respectability in Alberta, 1918-1993." Prairie Forum 28, 2 (Fall 2003): 161-72. [legal rights; criminal justice; social control]

Brockman, Joan, and Dorothy E. Chunn. "‘Imagine That! A Lady Going to an Office!": Janet Kathleen Gilley." In People and Place: Historical Influences on Legal Culture, eds. Constance Backhouse and Jonathan Swainger: 153-69. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 2003. [biography; lawyers; British Columbia; social conditions]

Brockman, Joan. "Exclusionary Tactics: The History of Women and Visible Minorities in the Legal Profession in British Columbia." In Essays in the History of Canadian Law. Vol. VI: British Columbia and the Yukon, eds. Hamar Foster and John McLaren: 19-61. Toronto: Osgoode Society, 1995. [employment; legal rights; professional women]

Brockman, Joan, and Dorothy E. Chunn. "‘A New Order of Things': Women's Entry into the Legal Profession in British Columbia." Advocate 60, 3 (2002): 385-95. [employment; legal rights; professional women; criminal justice]

Brown, Alison K., with Christina Massan and Alison Grant. "Christina Massan's Beadwork and the Recovery of a Fur Trade Family History." In Recollecting: Lives of Aboriginal Women of the Canadian Northwest and Borderlands, eds. Sarah Carter and Patricia McCormack: 80-111. Edmonton: Athabasca University Press, 2011. [families; marriage; life history; material history; cultural production]

Brown, Helen. "Gender and Space: Constructing the Public School Teaching Staff in Nanaimo, 1891-1914." BC Studies 105/106 (Spring/Summer 1995): 59-79. [British Columbia; Vancouver Island; education; employment]

Brown, Jennifer S.H. "A Cree Nurse in a Cradle of Methodism: Little Mary and the Egerton R. Young Family at Norway House and Berens River." In First Days, Fighting Days: Women in Manitoba History, ed. Mary Kinnear: 19-40. Regina: Canadian Plains Research Center, 1987. [religion; missionaries; First Nations; Manitoba]

Brown, Jennifer S.H. "Frances Nickawa: ‘A Gifted Interpreter of the Poetry of Her Race.'" In Recollecting: Lives of Aboriginal Women of the Canadian Northwest and Borderlands, eds. Sarah Carter and Patricia McCormack: 263-85. Edmonton: Athabasca University Press, 2011. [biography; Cree; First Nations; cultural perceptions; arts and culture]

Brown, Jennifer S.H. "Partial Truths: A Closer Look at Fur Trade Marriages." In From Rupert's Land to Canada: Essays in Honour of John E. Foster, eds. Theodore Binnema, Gerhard Ens and R.C. Macleod: 59-80. Edmonton: University of Alberta Press, 2001. [Hudson's Bay Company; Northwest Company; marriage; fur trade; Ojibwa]

Brown, Jennifer S.H. Strangers in Blood: Fur Trade Company Family in Indian Country. Vancouver: UBC Press, 1980. [marriage; social conditions; First Nations; Métis; Hudson's Bay Company; Northwest Company]

Brown, Jennifer S.H. "Woman as Centre and Symbol in the Emergence of Métis Communities." Canadian Journal of Native Studies 3, 1 (1983): 39-46. [fur trade, family history, matriorganization, social conditions, ethnogenesis]

Brown, Rosemary. "The Exploitation of the Oil and Gas Frontier: Its Impact on Lubicon Lake Cree Women." In Women of the First Nations: Power, Wisdom, and Strength, eds. Christine Miller and Patricia Chuchryk: 151-66. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press, 1996. [Alberta; social conditions; oil and gas; work]

Brumbach, Hetty Jo, and Robert Jarvenpa. "Woman the Hunter: Ethnoarchaeological Lessons from Chipewyan Life-Cycle Dynamics." In In the Days of Our Grandmothers: A Reader in Aboriginal Women's History in Canada, eds. Mary-Ellen Kelm and Lorna Townsend: 200-15. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2006. [social conditions; economic roles; First Nations; Chipewyan]

Bruneau, William A. "Music and Marginality: Jean Coulthard and the University of British Columbia, 1947-1973." In Challenging Professionals: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives on Women's Professional Work, eds. Elizabeth Smyth, Sandra Acker, Paula Bourne and Alison Prentice: 96-116. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1999. [arts and culture; Vancouver; biography; higher education]

Bruno-Jofré, Rosa. "Life History as a Window to Understanding the Politics of Teaching and Schooling – Manitoba Teacher Sybil Shack (1911-2004)." Manitoba History 59, 3 (2008): 13-24. [education; biography; political activism]

Bruno-Jofré, Rosa. "Lifting the Veil: The Founding of the Missionary Oblate Sisters of the Sacred Heart and Mary Immaculate in Manitoba." Historical Studies in Education 9, 1 (1997): 1-20. [Roman Catholicism; education; teaching; immigration and ethnicity; francophone]

Bruno-Jofré, Rosa. The Missionary Oblate Sisters: Vision and Mission. Montreal-Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, 2005. [education; francophone; Roman Catholicism; Manitoba]

Bryans, Joan. "How to Survive in the West, Young Woman." In Canadian Migration Patterns from Britain and North America, ed. Barbara J. Messamore: 145-60. Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press, 2004. [British Columbia; life history; family history; settlement]

Bryant, Carole Y. "To the Fair-Mindedness of Men Female Suffrage in Saskatchewan." Order No. ML47744, The University of Regina (Canada), 1988.

Buck, Ruth Matheson. "Documents of Western History: The Journal of Eleanor Shepphird Matheson, 1920." Saskatchewan History 22,2 (October 1969): 109-117. [letters and diaries; narratives; missionaries]

Buck, Ruth Matheson. "Documents of Western History: The Journal of Eleanor Shepphird Matheson, 1920." Saskatchewan History 22,3 (October 1969): 109-117. [letters and diaries; narratives; missionaries]

Buddle, Melanie. The Business of Women: Marriage, Family and Entrepreneurship in British Columbia, 1880-1930. Vancouver: UBC Press, 2010. [employment; social conditions; social class]

Buddle, Melanie. "‘You Have to Think Like a Man and Act Like a Lady': Businesswomen in British Columbia, 1920-1980." BC Studies 151 (Autumn 2006): 69-95. [entrepreneurship; employment]

Budnick, Carol. "The Performing Arts as a Field of Endeavour for Winnipeg Women, 1870-1930." Manitoba History 11 (March 1986): 15-21. [arts and culture; theatre; Manitoba]

Buffie. E. “Fighting Days”. Manitoba History 8 (Autumn 1984):
http://www.mhs.mb.ca/docs/mb_history/08/fightingdays.shtml

Bumsted, Sian. "Lady Selkirk and the Fur Trade." Manitoba History 38 (Autumn 1999/Winter 2000): 35-39. [fur trade; Hudson's Bay Company; Red River Settlement; biography]

Burk, A.L. "Private Grief, Public Spaces." Political Geography 22,3 (2003): 317-33. [violence against women; commemoration; Vancouver; British Columbia]

Burnett, Kristin. "Aboriginal and White Women in the Publications of John Maclean, Egerton Ryerson Young, and John McDougall." In Unsettled Pasts: Reconceiving the West Through Women's History, eds. Sarah Carter, Lesley Erickson, Patricia Roome and Char Smith: 101-22. Calgary: University of Calgary Press, 2005. [colonialism; missionaries; cultural perceptions; First Nations]

Burnett, Kristin. "Building the System: Churches, Missionary Organizations, the Federal State, and Health Care in Southern Alberta Treaty 7 Communities, 1890-1930." Journal of Canadian Studies 41, 3 (2007): 18-41. [health and wellness; missionaries; First Nations; Blackfoot; government policy]

Burnett, Kristin. "The Healing Work of Aboriginal Women in Indigenous and Newcomer Communities." In Place and Practice in Canadian Nursing History, eds. Jayne Elliott, Meryn Stuart and Cynthia Toman: 40-52. Vancouver: UBC Press, 2008. [First Nations; health care; midwifery; missionaries]

Burnett, Kristin. "Obscured Obstetrics: Indigenous Midwives in Western Canada." In Recollecting: Lives of Aboriginal Women of the Canadian Northwest and Borderlands, eds. Sarah Carter and Patricia McCormack: 157-71. Edmonton: Athabasca University Press, 2011. [First Nations; midwifery; childbirth; health and wellness; settlement]

Burnett, Kristin. Taking Medicine: Women's Healing Work and Colonial Contact in Southern Alberta, 1880-1930. Vancouver: UBC Press, 2010. [aboriginal; health and wellness; health care; midwifery; nursing]

Burrows, Paul. "‘Apostle of Anarchy': Emma Goldman's First Visit to Winnipeg in 1907." Manitoba History 57 (February 2008): 2-15. [biography; political activism; anarchism]

Burrows, Paul. "‘Apostle of Anarchy': Emma Goldman's First Visit to Winnipeg in 1907." Manitoba History 57 (February 2008): 2-15.  

Burton, Betty. “Nellie McClung.” Manitoba Pageant 20, no. 4 (Summer 1975): http://www.mhs.mb.ca/docs/pageant/20/mcclung.shtml

Burton, Sarah. “The Person Behind the Persons Case.” The Beaver 85, 5 (2004): 14-19

Bye, Christine Georgina. "‘I Like to Hoe My Own Row': A Saskatchewan Farm Woman's Notions About Work and Womanhood During the Great Depression." Frontiers: A Journal of Women Studies 26, 3 (2005): 135-67. [rural; farm work; social conditions; life histories]

Bye, Christine Georgina. "‘I Think So Much of Edward': Family, Favouritism and Gender on a Prairie Farm in the 1930s." In Unsettled Pasts: Reconceiving the West Through Women's History, eds. Sarah Carter, Lesley Erickson, Patricia Roome and Char Smith: 205-37. Calgary: University of Calgary Press, 2005. [life histories; rural; Great Depression; social conditions; work]

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Campbell, Allison. “Review: Barbara Roberts, A Reconstructed World: A Feminist Biography of Gertrude Richardson.” Manitoba History 25 (Spring/Summer 1998): http://www.mhs.mb.ca/docs/mb_history/35/reconstructedworld.shtml

Campbell, Marie. "Sexism in British Columbia Trade Unions, 1900-1920." In In Her Own Right: Selected Essays on Women's History in B.C., eds. Barbara Latham and Cathy Kess: 167-86. Victoria: Camosun College, 1980. [organized labour; World War One; employment; minimum wage]

Campbell, Robert A. "Ladies and Escorts: Gender Segregation and Public Policy in British Columbia Beer Parlours, 1925-1945." BC Studies 105/106 (Spring/Summer 1995): 119-38. [sexuality; alcohol; prohibition; social control; prostitution]

Carlson, Nathan D. "Searching for Catherine Auger: The Forgotten Wife of the Wîhtikôw (Windigo)." In Recollecting: Lives of Aboriginal Women of the Canadian Northwest and Borderlands, eds. Sarah Carter and Patricia McCormack: 225-44. Edmonton: Athabasca University Press, 2011. [Alberta; Athabasca District; myth and ritual; cultural perceptions; First Nations; Cree].

Carter, Connie, and Eileen Daoust, "From Home to House: Women in the B.C. Legislature." In Not Just Pin Money: Selected Essays on the History of Women's Work in British Columbia, eds. Barbara K.Latham and Roberta J. Pazdro: 389-405. Victoria: Camosun College, 1984. [women in politics; political activism; biography]

Carter, Sarah. "Britishness, ‘Foreignness,' Women and Land in Western Canada, 1890s – 1920s." Humanities Research: The Journal of the Humanities Research Centre and the Centre for Cross-Cultural Research at the Australian National University 13, 1 (2006): 43-60. [immigration; race and racism; Imperial Order Daughters of the Empire; rural]

Carter, Sarah. Capturing Women: The Manipulation of Cultural Imagery in Canada's Prairie West. Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press, 1997. [race and racism; North-West Rebellion; First Nations; cultural perceptions; captivity narratives; Cree]

Carter, Sarah. "Categories and Terrains of Exclusion: Constructing the ‘Indian Woman' in the Early Settlement Era in Western Canada." Great Plains Quarterly 13, 3 (1993): 147-61. [race and racism; settlement; colonialism; marriage; violence against women; government policy]

Carter, Sarah."‘ Complicated and Clouded': The Federal Administration of Marriage and Divorce Among the First Nations of Western Canada, 1887-1906." In Unsettled Pasts: Reconceiving the West Through Women's History, eds. Sarah Carter, Lesley Erickson, Pat Roome and Char Smith: 151-78. Calgary: University of Calgary Press, 2005. [government policy; legal rights; cultural perceptions; colonialism; Indian Act]

Carter, Sarah. 'The Cordial Advocate': Amelia McLean Paget and The People of the Plains." In With Good Intentions: EuroCanadian and Aboriginal Relations in Colonial Canada, eds. David C. Nock and Celia Haig-Brown: 199-228. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 2006. [biography; cultural perceptions; First Nations; writers]

Carter, Sarah. "Creating ‘Semi-Widows' and ‘Supernumerary Wives': Prohibiting Polygamy in Prairie Canada's Aboriginal Communities to 1900." In Contact Zones: Aboriginal and Settler Women in Canada's Colonial Past, eds.. M. Rutherdale and K. Pickles: 131-59. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 2005. [marriage; First Nations; social control; missionaries]

Carter, Sarah. "The Exploitation and Narration of the Captivity of Theresa Delaney and Theresa Gowanlock, 1885." In Making Western Canada, eds. Jeremy Mouat and Catherine Cavanaugh: 31-61. Toronto: Garamond Press, 1996. [captivity narratives; race and racism; North-West Rebellion; Cree; cultural perceptions; First Nations]

Carter, Sarah. "First Nations Women and Colonization on the Canadian Prairies, 1870s – 1920s." In Rethinking Canada: The Promise of Women's History (Fourth Edition), eds. Veronica Strong-Boag, et. al.: 135-48. Don Mills: Oxford University Press, 2002. [First Nations; colonialism; settlement; race and racism]

Carter, Sarah. "First Nations Women of Prairie Canada in the Early Reserve Years, the 1870s to the 1920s: A Preliminary Inquiry." In Women of the First Nations: Power, Wisdom and Strength, eds. Christine Miller et. al.: 51-75. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press, 1996. [historiography; social conditions; oral histories; domestic economy; culture]

Carter, Sarah. "‘Hordes of Men of Alien Race' or ‘Daughters of British Blood?' The Homesteads-for-Women Campaign in Western Canada. Great Plains Quarterly 29, 4 (Fall 2009): 267-86. [political activism, homestead rights, ethnicity, immigration]

Carter, Sarah. The Importance of Being Monogamous: Marriage and Nation Building in Western Canada to 1915. Edmonton: Athabasca University and University of Alberta Press, 2008. [social conditions; sexuality; First Nations; Mormon; government policy; moral regulation]

Carter, Sarah. "The Montana Memories of Emma Minesinger: Windows on the Family, Work, and Boundary Culture of a Borderlands Woman." In Recollecting: Lives of Aboriginal Women of the Canadian Northwest and Borderlands, eds. Sarah Carter and Patricia McCormack: 197-224. Edmonton: Athabasca University Press, 2011. [biography]

Carter, Sarah. "Transnational Perspectives on the History of Great Plains Women: Gender, Race, Nations and the Forty-Ninth Parallel." The American Review of Canadian Studies 33, 4 (Winter 2003): 565-96. [borderlands; colonialism; First Nations; life histories; social conditions]

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Cavanaugh, Catherine. "The Limitations of the Pioneering Partnership: The Alberta Campaign for Homestead Dower, 1909-1925." Canadian Historical Review 74, 2 (June 1993): 198-225. [rural; political activism; homesteading; property; legal rights]

Cavanaugh, Catherine. "‘No Place for a Woman': Engendering Western Canadian Settlement." Western Historical Quarterly 28, 4 (Winter 1997): 493-518. [colonialism; cultural perceptions; legal rights; feminism; political activism; social conditions; property rights]

Chalmers, John W. "Who Was Alberta's First Teacher?" Alberta History 43,4 (October 1995): 13-15. [education; teaching; missionaries]

Chalus, Elaine H. "From Friedan to Feminism: Gender and Change at the University of Alberta, 1960-1970." In Standing on New Ground: Women in Alberta, eds. Catherine A. Cavanaugh and Randi R. Warne: 119-144. Edmonton: University of Alberta Press, 1993. [higher education; feminism; anti-feminism; journalism; social conditions; domesticity; Wauneita Society]

Chambers, Lori. "Unprincipled Exclusions: Feminist Theory, Transgender Jurisprudence, and Kimberly Nixon." Canadian Journal of Women and the Law 19, 2 (2007): 305-34. [criminal justice; legal rights; violence against women; Vancouver; sexual identity]

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Chapman, Terry L. "Sex Crimes in the West, 1890-1920." Alberta History 35 (Autumn 1987): 6-18. [prostitution; legal rights; social control; sexuality; criminal justice; moral regulation]

Chapman, Terry L. "‘Till Death do us Part': Wife Beating in Alberta, 1905-1920." Alberta History 36 (Autumn 1988): 13-22. [violence against women; criminal justice]

Chapman, Terry L. "Women, Sex and Marriage in Western Canada, 1890-1920." Alberta History 33, 4 (1985): 1-12. [sexuality; legal rights; social conditions; abortion]

Chown, Diana. "An Early Edmonton Club Woman at Work: Lauretta Hughes Kneil." Alberta History 54,2 (April 2006): 2-6. [clubs and societies; biography; Catholic Women's League; social reform]

Chu, Sandra Ka Hon. "Reparation as Narrative Resistance : Displacing Orientalism and Recoding Harm for Chinese Women of the Exclusion Era." Canadian Journal of Women and the Law 18,2 (2006): 387-437. [race and racism; immigration and ethnicity; Chinese exclusion; redress; British Columbia]

Chuchla, Claire. "My Mother and Crow's Nest Mountain." Alberta History 56,3 (Summer 2008): 14-20. [immigration and ethnicity; working class; narratives]

Chunn, Dorothy E. "A Little Sex Can Be a Dangerous Thing: Regulating Sexuality, Venereal Disease and Reproduction in British Columbia, 1919-1945." In Challenging the Public/Private Divide: Feminism, Law and Public Policy, ed. Susan B. Boyd: 60-86. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1997. [government policy; moral regulation; social conditions; eugenics]

Clark, Penney. "‘A Nice Little Wife To Make Things Pleasant': Portrayals of Women in Canadian History Textbooks Approved in British Columbia." McGill Journal of Education 40, 2 (2005): 241-65. [education; cultural perceptions; collective memory]

Clarke, Harold D. and Allan Kornberg. "Moving Up the Political Escalator: Women Party Officials in the United States and Canada." Journal of Politics 41, 2 (1979): 442-77. [Winnipeg; Vancouver; women in politics]

Clarkson, Chris. "Property Law and Family Regulation in Pacific British North America, 1862-1873." Histoire Sociale/Social History 30, 60 (1997): 386-416. [colonialism; property rights; legal rights; government policy; British Columbia]

Cleverdon, Catherine. "The Woman’s Suffrage Movement in Canada." Order No. 0172964, Columbia University. 1950

Cleverdon, Catherine. “The Prairie Provinces: Democracy’s Grass Roots.” In The Women Suffrage Movement in Canada. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1950: 46-83

Clifford, Marie. Drawing on women : Representations of Women and Suffrage Imagery in The Masses, 1913-1917.n.p.: 1991.

Cole, Catherine C., and Ann Milovic. "Education, Community Service, and Social Life: The Alberta Women's Institutes and Rural Families, 1909-1945." In Standing on New Ground: Women in Alberta, eds. Catherine A. Cavanaugh and Randi R. Warne: 19-31. Edmonton: University of Alberta Press, 1993. [societies and clubs; rural communities; social conditions; nursing; hospitals]

Cole, Douglas. "The Invented Indian/The Imagined Emily." BC Studies 125/126 (Spring/Summer 2000): 147-62. [art; artists; literature; culture; British Columbia; Carr, Emily; First Nations]

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Cooper, Carol. "Native Women of the Northern Pacific Coast: An Historical Perspective, 1830-1900." Journal of Canadian Studies 27, 4 (1992-93): 44-75. [First Nations; British Columbia; northwest coast; social conditions; economic roles; colonialism; fur trade; missionaries]

Corbet, Elise A. "Woman's Canadian Club of Calgary." Alberta History 25,3 (July 1977): 29-36. [clubs and societies]

Corman, June. "Returning to the Classroom: Married Women Fill the Void for Teachers in Saskatchewan." Atlantis 27, 1 (2002): 81-90. [education; employment; World War Two; oral history]

Cotcher, Maryanne. "A National Organization in a Prairie City: The Regina Voice of Women, 1961-1963." Saskatchewan History 56, 1 (2004): 21-29. [cold war; anti-war movement; political activism; Saskatchewan]

Coulter, Rebecca Priegert. "Between School and Marriage: A Case Study Approach to Young Women's Work in Early Twentieth-Century Canada." History of Education Review 18, 2 (1989): 21-31. [Edmonton; Alberta; employment; social conditions; economic roles]

Cramer, Michael H. "Public and Political: Documents of the Women's Suffrage Campaign in British Columbia, 1871-1917: The View from Victoria." In In Her Own Right: Selected Essays on Women's History in B.C., eds. Barbara Latham and Cathy Kess: 79-100. Victoria: Camosun College, 1980. [feminism; political activism; Women's Christian Temperance Union; clubs and societies]

Creese, Gillian. "The Politics of Dependence: Women, Work and Unemployment in the Vancouver Labour Movement Before World War II." In British Columbia Reconsidered: Essays on Women, eds. Gillian Creese and Veronica Strong-Boag: 364-90. Vancouver: Press Gang Publishers, 1992. [organized labour; social conditions; social class; strikes and lockouts; Great Depression]

Creese, Gillian. "Power and Pay: The Union and Equal Pay at B.C. Electric/Hydro." Labour/Le Travailleur 32 (1993): 226-46. [pay equity; organized labour; employment; British Columbia; discrimination]

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Creet, M. Julia. "A Test of Visibility: Lesbian Visibility in the British Columbia Federation of Women." In Lesbians in Canada, ed. Sharon Dale Stone: 183-197. Toronto: Between the Lines, 1990. [political organization; feminism; political activism]

Cresce, Greg Di. "‘Essentially a Women's Work': Reform, Empire and The Winnipeg Children's Hospital, 1909-1925." Manitoba History 66 (Spring 2011): 23-30. [immigration and ethnicity; health care; feminism; nursing]

Crippen, Carolyn. "Three Manitoba Pioneer Women: A Legacy of Servant-Leadership." Manitoba History 53 (October 2006): 11-21. [biography; life histories; nursing; political activism; education]

Crossley, Diane. "The B.C. Liberal Party and Women's Reforms, 1916-1928." In In Her Own Right: Selected Essays on Women's History in B.C., eds. Barbara Latham and Cathy Kess: 229-53. Victoria: Camosun College, 1980. [political activism; suffrage; women in politics; legislation]

Crowley, Terry. "Agnes Macphail and Canadian Working Women." Labour/Le Travail 28 (Fall 1991):129-48. [women in politics; feminism; social reform; working class]

Crowson, Belinda. "Ethnic Diversity in Lethbridge's Red Light District, 1880s to 1944." Alberta History 57, 4 (2009): [moral regulation; ethnicity; race and racism; prostitution; criminal justice]

Culhane, Dara. "Domesticated Time and Restricted Space: University and Community Women in Downtown Eastside Vancouver." BC Studies 140 (Winter 2003/2004): 91-106. [British Columbia; urban; housing; health and wellness; domesticity; Health and Home Project]

Culhane, Dara. "Their Spirits Live Within Us: Aboriginal Women in Downtown Eastside Vancouver Emerging into Visibility." American Indian Quarterly 27, 3-4 (2003): 593-606. [First Nations; British Columbia; urban; commemoration; violence against women]

Curtin, Emma. "Two British Gentlewomen." Alberta History 38, 4 (1990): 10-16. [life history; immigration; social class; homesteading]

Dahlie, Betty. "Jessie Margaret Henderson: Pioneer Teacher of Spirit River." Alberta History 48,4 (October 2000): 17-24. [education; teaching; biography]

Davies, Megan. "‘Services Rendered, Rearing Children for the State': Mothers' Pensions in British Columbia, 1919-1931." In Not Just Pin Money: Selected Essays on the History of Women's Work in British Columbia, eds. Barbara K. Latham and Roberta J. Pazdro: 249-63. Victoria: Camosun College, 1984. [social welfare; legislation; social conditions]

Davis, Angela E. "‘Country Homemakers': The Daily Lives of Prairie Women as Seen Through the Women's Page of the Grain Grower's Guide, 1908-1928." In Canadian Papers in Rural History, vol. VIII, ed. Donald H. Akenson: 163-74. Gananoque, ON: Langdale Press, 1992. [farm work; publications; rural; social conditions; domesticity]

Davis, Angela E. "Mary Riter Hamilton: Manitoba Artist, 1873-1954." Manitoba History 11 (March 1986): 22-27. [artists; arts and culture; biography]

Davis, Angela E. "‘Valiant Servants': Women and Technology on the Canadian Prairies, 1910-1940." Manitoba History 25 (March 1993): 33-42. [rural; social conditions; domestic economy; Grain Grower's Guide; work]

Day, Moira and Marilyn Potts. "Elizabeth Sterling Haynes: Initiator of Alberta Theatre." Theatre Research in Canada 8, 1 (1987): 8-35. [biography; arts and culture; theatre; Edmonton; higher education]

Dean, Misao. “Voicing the Voiceless: Language and Genre in Nellie McClung’s Fiction and Her Autobiography.”  Atlantis 15, 1 (Fall 1989): 65-74

Dempsey, Hugh A. "Women Journalists as Historians." Alberta History 45, 4 (1997): 3-8. [journalism; Hughes, Katherine; biography; Kells, Edna; Price, Elizabeth Bailey]

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Diamond, Sara. "A Union Man's Wife: The Ladies' Auxiliary Movement in the IWA, the Lake Cowichan Experience." In Not Just Pin Money: Selected Essays on the History of Women's Work in British Columbia, eds. Barbara K.Latham and Roberta J. Pazdro: 287-96. Victoria: Camosun College, 1984. [clubs and societies; British Columbia; oral history; organized labour]

DiBiase, Linda Popp. "The Alberta Years of Winnifred Eaton." Alberta History 39, 2 (1991): 1-8. [biography; ethnicity; identity; literature]

Djao, Angela W. and Roxana Ng. "Structured Isolation: Immigrant Women in Saskatchewan." In Women: Isolation and Bonding – The Ecology of Gender, ed. Kathleen Storrie: 141-58. Toronto : Methuen, 1987. [immigration and ethnicity; social conditions; work]

Dodd, Dianne, Jayne Elliott, and Nicole Rousseau. "Outpost Nursing in Canada." In On All Frontiers: Four Centuries of Canadian Nursing, eds. Christina Bates, Dianne Dodd and Nicole Rousseau: 139-52. [employment; health care; First Nations]

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Dooley, Chris. "‘They Gave Their Care, but We Gave Loving Care": Defining and Defending Boundaries of Skill and Craft in the Nursing Service of a Manitoba Mental Hospital during the Great Depression." Canadian Bulletin of Medical History 21, 2 (2004): 229-51. [health and wellness; hospitals; higher education; employment; organized labour]

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Dossa, Parin. "Women's Space/Time : An Anthropological Perspective on Ismaili and Immigrant Women in Calgary and Vancouver." Canadian Ethnic Studies 20, 1 (1988): 45-65. [immigration and ethnicity; economic roles; domesticity; culture; British Columbia; Alberta]

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Drees, Laurie Meijer. "Training Aboriginal Nurses: The Indian Health Services in Northwestern Canada, 1939-75." In Caregiving on the Perihpery: Historical Perspectives on Nursing and Midwifery in Canada, ed. Myra Rutherdale: 181-209. Montreal-Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, 2010. [health care; First Nations; nursing; government policy]

Driscoll, Heather Rollason. "‘A Most Important Chain of Connection': Marriage in the Hudson's Bay Company." In From Rupert's Land to Canada: Essays in Honour of John E. Foster, eds. Theodore Binnema, Gerhard Ens and R.C. Macleod: 81-107. Edmonton: University of Alberta Press, 2001. [fur trade; First Nations; marriage; Hudson's Bay Company]

Dua, Enakshi. "Racializing Imperial Canada: Indian Women and the Making of Ethnic Communities." In Sisters or Strangers? Immigrant, Ethnic and Racialized Women in Canadian History, eds. Franca Iacovetta, Marlene Epp and Frances Swyripa: 71-86. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2004. [immigration and ethnicity; race and racism; British Columbia; Ghadar Movement]

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Dunae, Patrick A. "Sex, Charades, and Census Records: Locating Female Sex Trade Workers in a Victorian City." Histoire Social/Social History 42, 84 (2009): 267-97. [prostitution; Victoria; British Columbia; sexuality]

Dyck, Isabel. "Integrating Home and Wage Workplace: Women's Daily Lives in a Canadian Suburb." In British Columbia Reconsidered: Essays on Women, eds. Gillian Creese and Veronica Strong-Boag: 172-97. Vancouver: Press Gang Publishers, 1992. [domesticity; work; immigration; Vancouver; oral history]

Edmunds-Flett, Sherry. "‘Abundant Faith': Nineteenth-Century African-Canadian Women on Vancouver Island." In Telling Tales: Essays in Western Women's History, eds. Catherine A. Cavanaugh and Randi R. Warne: 260-80. Vancouver: UBC Press, 2000. [immigration; race and racism; social conditions; British Columbia]

Egan, Brian. "Female in a Forest Town: The Marginalization of Women in Port Alberni's Economy." BC Studies 118 (Summer 1998): 5-40. [British Columbia; Vancouver Island; employment; forestry; health and wellness]

Ellison, Jenny. "‘Stop Postponing Your Life Until You Lose Weight and Start Living Now": Vancouver's Large as Life Action Group, 1979-1985." Journal of the Canadian Historical Association 18, 1 (2007): 241-65. [fat acceptance; femininity; health and wellness; feminism; body image]

English, Helen Anne. "The Journals of Helen Anne English, Field Matron on the Little Pine Reserve, 1913-1917." Saskatchewan History 45,2 (October 1993): 37-42. [letters and diaries; First Nations; missionaries; Cree]

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Epp, Marlene. "Catching Babies and Delivering the Dead: Midwives and Undertakers in Mennonite Settlement Communities." In Caregiving on the Perihpery: Historical Perspectives on Nursing and Midwifery in Canada, ed. Myra Rutherdale: 61-83. Montreal-Kingston: McGill-Queens University Press, 2010. [Manitoba; health care; childbirth; health and wellness; rural; immigration]

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Erickson, Lesley. "‘Bury Our Sorrows in the Sacred Heart': Gender and the Métis Response to Colonialism – The Case of Sara and Louis Riel, 1848-83." In Unsettled Pasts: Reconceiving the West Through Women's History, eds. Sarah Carter, Lesley Erickson, Patricia Roome and Char Smith: 17-46. Calgary: University of Calgary Press, 2005. [biography; Métis; colonialism; missionaries; Grey Nuns]

Erickson, Lesley. "Constructed and Contested Truths: Aboriginal Suicide, Law, and Colonialism in the Canadian West(s), 1823-1927." Canadian Historical Review 86, 4 (December 2005): 595-618. [health and wellness; colonialism; First Nations; ethnology]

Erickson, Lesley. "The Interplay of Ethnicity and Gender: Swedish Women in Southeastern Saskatchewan." In "Other Voices": Historical Essays on Saskatchewan Women, eds. David De Brou and Aileen Moffatt: 27-40. Regina: Canada Plains Research Centre, 1995. [immigration; rural; social conditions; religion; societies and clubs]

Erickson, Lesley. "Murdered Women and Mythic Villains: The Criminal Case and the Imaginary Criminal in the Canadian West, 1886-1930." In People and Place: Historical Influences on Legal Culture, eds. Constance Backhouse and Jonathan Swainger: 95-119. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 2003. [criminal justice; North West Mounted Police; race and racism]

Erickson, Lesley. "Repositioning the Missionary: Sara Riel, the Grey Nuns, and Aboriginal Women in Catholic Missions of the Northwest." In Recollecting: Lives of Aboriginal Women of the Canadian Northwest and Borderlands, eds. Sarah Carter and Patricia McCormack: 115-34. Edmonton: Athabasca University Press, 2011. [Roman Catholicism; religion; missionaries; biography; education]

Erickson, Lesley. "‘A Very Garden of the Lord'? Hired Hands, Farm Women, and Sex Crime Prosecutions on the Prairies, 1914-1929." Journal of the Canadian Historical Association, new series 12 (2001): 115-35. [sexual assault; violence; criminal justice; rural]

Erickson, Lynda. "Political Women in a Partisan World: Women Party Activists in British Columbia in the 1980s." In British Columbia Reconsidered: Essays on Women, eds. Gillian Creese and Veronica Strong-Boag: 96-116. Vancouver: Press Gang Publishers, 1992. [political activism; women in politics; Social Credit; New Democratic Party; Liberal Party]

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Evans, Barbara. "‘We Just Lived as it Came Along': Stories from Jesse's Albums." In Standing on New Ground: Women in Alberta, eds. Catherine A. Cavanaugh and Randi R. Warne: 33-54. Edmonton: University of Alberta Press, 1993. [biography; rural; farm work; Great Depression; oral history]

Evans, Barbara. "‘Yours for a Square Deal': Women's Role in the Saskatchewan Farm Movement and Early CCF." Canadian Dimension 21, 3 (May/June 1987): 7-12. [rural; women in politics; Co-operative Commonwealth Federation; political activism; farmer's movement]

Faires, Nora. "‘Talented and Charming Strangers From Across the Line': Gendered Nationalism, Class Privilege, and the American Women's Club of Calgary." In One Step Over the Line: Toward a History of Women in the North American Wests, eds. Elizabeth Jameson and Shiela McManus: 261-92. Edmonton: University of Alberta Press, 2008. [borderlands; clubs and societies; Alberta; identity; World War Two]

Fast, Vera. "Archival Resources for Women's History in Manitoba." Manitoba History 11 (March 1986): 51-54.

Feldman, Anna. "‘A Woman of Valour Who Can Find?": Jewish-Saskatchewan Women in Two Rural Settings, 1882-1939." In "Other Voices": Historical Essays on Saskatchewan Women, eds. David De Brou and Aileen Moffatt: 60-75. Regina: Canada Plains Research Centre, 1995. [ethnicity; immigration; culture; oral histories; family history]

Fenwick, C. Marie. "'Building the Future in a Steady But Measured Pace': The Respectable Feminism of Marjorie Cooper." Saskatchewan History 54, 1 (2002): 18-34. [women in politics; biography; political activism; Co-Operative Commonwealth Federation; Great Depression]

Fenwick, Tara. "Learning on the Line: Voices of Garment Workers at Great Western Garment." Labour/Le Travailleur 59 (2007): 215-40. [Edmonton; oral histories; employment; organized labour; immigration and ethnicity]

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Fielding, Stephen A. "The Changing Face of Little Italy: The Miss Colombo Pageant and the Making of Ethnicity in Trail, British Columbia, 1970-1977." Urban History Review 39, 1 (2010): 45-58. [Italian; ethnicity and immigration; beauty pageants; cultural perceptions]

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Fiske, Jo-Anne. "‘Hard Times and Everything Like That': Carrier Women's Tales of Life on the Trapline." New Faces of the Fur Trade: Proceedings of the Seventh North American Fur Trade Conference. East Lansing: Michigan State UP, 1998. [British Columbia; oral history; fur trade; First Nations; work]

Fiske, Jo-Anne. "Colonization and the Decline of Women's Status: The Tsimshian Case." Feminist Studies 17, 3 (1991): 509-36. [feminism; social conditions; colonialism; First Nations; fur trade; missionaries]

Fiske, Jo-Anne. "Fishing is Women's Business: Changing Economic Roles of Carrier Women and Men." In Native People, Native Lands: Canadian Indians, Inuit, and Metis, ed. Bruce Aldan Cox: 186-98. Ottawa: Carleton University Press, 1987. [First Nations; British Columbia; colonialism; social conditions]

Fiske, Jo-Anne. "Gender and the Paradox of Residential Education in Carrier Society." In Women and Education, 2nd edition, eds. Jane Gaskell and Arlene McLaren: 131-46. Calgary: Deltsig, 1991. [colonialism; British Columbia; culture; First Nations; life histories]

Fiske, Jo-Anne. "Native Women in Reserve Politics: Strategies and Struggles." Journal of Legal Pluralism and Unofficial Law, 30-31 (1990-91): 121-37. [Indian Act; social conditions; legal rights; First Nations; Carrier; political activism]

Fiske, Jo-Anne. "Pocahantas's Granddaughters: Spiritual Transition and Tradition of Carrier Women of British Columbia." Ethnohistory 43, 4 (Fall 1996): 663-81. [sexuality; cultural perceptions; First Nations; residential schools; colonialism]

Fiske, Jo-Anne. "The Supreme Law and the Grand Law: Changing Significance of Customary Law for Aboriginal Women." BC Studies 105/106 (Spring/Summer 1995):183-99. [British Columbia; government policy; legal rights; decolonization; First Nations; aboriginal]

Fitzgerald, Sharron A. and Alicja Muszynski. "Negotiating Female Morality: Place, Ideology and Agency in the Red River Colony." Women's History Review 16, 5 (2007): 661-80. [moral regulation; social conditions; sexuality; colonialism, race and racism]

Fleming, Thomas and Madge Craig. "The Anatomy of a Resignation: Margaret Strong and the New Westminster School Board, 1911-1915." In School Leadership: Essays on the British Columbia Experience, 1872-1995, ed. Thomas Fleming: 323-44. Mill Bay, BC: Bendall Books, 2001. [education; biography; teaching]

Fleming, Thomas and Carolyn Smyly. "The Diary of Mary Williams: A Cameo of Rural Schools in British Columbia, 1922-1924." In Children, Teachers and Schools in the History of British Columbia, eds. Jean Barman, Neil Sutherland and J. Donald Wilson: 259-84. Calgary: Detselig Enterprises, 1995. [life history; education; teaching; work]

Fleming, Thomas, Carolyn Smyly and Julie White. "Beyond Hope and Past Redemption: Lottie Brown and the Rural School Teachers of British Columbia, 1928-1934." In School Leadership: Essays on the British Columbia Experience, 1872-1995, ed. Thomas Fleming: 101-32. Mill Bay, BC: Bendall Books, 2001. [teaching; education; biography; work]

Flood, Sandra. "So Rich a Heritage: The Work of the Saskatoon Arts and Crafts Society, 1924-1956." Saskatchewan History 53, 2 (2001): 22-35. [clubs and societies; immigration; ethnicity; Ukrainian; Doukhobor; handicrafts]

Fooks, Georgia Green. "The First Women: Southern Alberta Native Women Before 1900." Alberta History 51, 4 (2003): 22-28. [First Nations; life histories; social conditions; Métis]

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Forster, Merna.  “The Power of Freyja: Margaret Benedictsson, 1866-1956.” In 100 more Canadian Heroines : Famous and Forgotten Faces / Merna Forster ; foreword by Julie Payette. n.p.: Toronto : Dundurn, 2011; 67-69.

Freund, Alexander, and Laura Quilici. "Exploring Myths in Women's Narratives: Italian and German Immigrant Women in Vancouver, 1947-1961." BC Studies 105/106 (Spring/Summer 1995): 159-82. [British Columbia; immigration; ethnicity; oral history]

Freund, Alexander and Laura Quilici. "Using Oral History to Explore Subjectivity in the Narratives of German and Italian Women in Vancouver, 1947-1961." Canadian Issues/Thémes Canadiens 18 (1996): 49-59. [British Columbia; immigration; ethnicity; oral history; identity]

Freund, Michaela. "The Politics of Naming: Constructing Prostitutes and Regulating Women in Vancouver, 1939-45." In Regulating Lives: Historical Essays on the State, the Individual, and the Law, eds. John McLaren, Robert Menzies, and Dorothy E. Chunn: 231-58. Vancouver: UBC Press, 2002. [prostitution; sex workers; criminal justice; moral regulation; British Columbia; World War Two]

Fulton, Keith Louise and Michèle Pujol. "One Step Forward, Two Steps Back: Twenty Years of Women's Studies at the University of Manitoba." Resources for Feminist Research 20:3/4 (1991): 31-6. [higher education; Winnipeg; universities and colleges]

Gagnon, Anne. "‘Our Parents Did Not Raise Us to be Independent": The Work and Schooling of Young Franco-Albertan Women, 1890-1940." Prairie Forum 19, 2 (Fall 1994): 169-88. [household economy; ethnicity; Francophone; oral history; life history; education]

Gagnon, Anne. "The Pensionnat Assomption: Religious Nationalism in a Franco-Albertan Boarding School for Girls, 1926-1960." Historical Studies in Education 1 (Spring 1989): 95-117. [education; domesticity; francophone; Roman Catholicism; Soeurs de L'Assomption]

Galvin, Sarah. “Women Celebrate Eight Decades as ‘Persons’ in Canada: Voting but Still Not a Person.”  Last Modified October 22, 2012 http://www.producer.com/2012/10/women-celebrate-eight-decades-as-persons-in-canada/

Gartner, Rosemary and Bill McCarthy. "The Social Distribution of Femicide in Urban Canada, 1921-1988." Law and Society Review 25, 2 (1991): 287-311. [Vancouver; British Columbia; violence against women; social conditions]

Gaskell, Jane. "Course Enrollment in the High School: The Perspective of Working-Class Females." In British Columbia Reconsidered: Essays on Women, eds. Gillian Creese and Veronica Strong-Boag: 244-66. Vancouver: Press Gang Publishers, 1992. [education; social conditions; social class; Vancouver; oral history]

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Geller, Gloria, and Joanne Kowalchuk. "Supporting Housing Needs of Women with Mental Health Issues in Regina." Prairie Forum 27, 1 (Spring 2002): 83-100. [urban; housing; Young Women's Christian Association; health and wellness; Saskatchewan; homelessness]

Gibbons, Shelia. "Our Power to Remodel Civilization": The Development of Eugenic Feminism in Alberta, 1909-1921." Canadian Bulletin Of Medical History 31,1 (2014): 123-142.

Giesbrecht, Jodi. "Accommodating Resistance: Unionization, Gender and Ethnicity in Winnipeg's Garment Industry, 1929-1945." Urban History Review 39, 1 (2010): 5-19. [immigration and ethnicity; Jewish; employment; work; Manitoba; organized labour; strikes and lockouts]

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Glegg, Alastair. "Anatomy of a Tragedy : The Assisted Schools of British Columbia and the Death of Mabel Jones." Historical Studies in Education 17, 1 (2005): 145-64. [education; biography; rural; social conditions]

Glegg, Alastair. "Margaret Bayne and the Vancouver Girls' Industrial School." Historical Studies in Education 18, 1 (2006): 201-23. [education; British Columbia; biography; political activism]

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Goodwin, Theresa. "Recollections and Reminiscences of an English School Marm in Saskatchewan." Saskatchewan History 27,2 (June 1974): 103-107. [narratives; autobiography; education]

Gorham, Deborah. "Dreams Come True: Edna Tyson Parson, Historian." Saskatchewan History 52,1 (May 2000): 27-31. [memoirs]

Gorham, Deborah. "The Canadian Suffragists." in Women in The Canadian Mosaic. Gwen Matheson ed. Toronto: Peter Martin Associates Limited, 1976, 23-55.

Grace, Sherrill Grace. "From Emily Carr to Joy Coghill…and Back: Writing the Self in Song of This Place." BC Studies 137 (Spring 2003): 109-130. [British Columbia; arts; theatre; literature; culture]

Grant, John Webster. "Two-Thirds of the Revenue: Presbyterian Women and Native Indian Missions." In Changing Roles of Women within the Christian Church in Canada, eds. Elizabeth Gillan Muir and Marilyn Färdig Whitely: 99-116. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1995. [missionaries; Christianity; First Nations; colonialism; life histories]

Grekul, Jana. "Sterilization in Alberta, 1928 to 1972: Gender Matters." Canadian Review of Sociology 45,4 (2008): 247-66. [eugenics; Social Credit; United Farm Women of Alberta; government policy]

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Gutkin, Harry and Mildred Gutkin. "‘Give Us Our Due!': How Manitoba Women Won the Vote." Manitoba History 32 (September 1996): 12-25. [feminism; women in politics; political activism; Women's Christian Temperance Union; suffrage]

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Hallett, Mary, and Marilyn Davis. “Votes for Women!” The Beaver, 73, 5 (1993), 17-23

Hallgrimsdottir, H, R. Phillips, and C. Benoit. "Fallen Women and Rescued Girls: Social Stigma and Media Narratives of the Sex Industry in Victoria, BC, from 1980 to 2005." Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology 43, 3 (2006): 265-80. [sex workers; prostitution; British Columbia; cultural perceptions]

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Hayden, Michael. "Women and the University of Saskatchewan: Patterns of a Problem." Saskatchewan History 40,2 (June 1987): 72-82. [higher education; universities; wage discrimination]

Healy, Theresa. "Engendering Resistance: Women Respond to Relief in Saskatoon, 1930-1932." In "Other Voices": Historical Essays on Saskatchewan Women, eds. David De Brou and Aileen Moffatt: 94-115. Regina: Canada Plains Research Centre, 1995. [Great Depression; working class; Saskatchewan; domestic economy; social conditions]

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Hesketh, Bob. "From Cursaders to Missionaries to Wives: Alberta Social Credit Women, 1932-1955." Prairie Forum 18, 1 (Spring 1993): 53-76. [political activism; social conditions; women in politics]

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Hoise, Inez B. "Little White School House." Alberta History 15,4 (Autumn 1967): 26-28.[narratives]

Holt, Faye Reinberg. "Women's Suffrage in Alberta." Alberta History 39, 4 (1991): 25-31. [women in politics; political activism; feminism]

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Horrall, S.W. "The (Royal) North-West Mounted Police and Prostitution on the Canadian Prairies." Prairie Forum 10, 1 (1985): 105-27. [criminal justice; social reform; sex workers; social conditions]

Howard, Irene. "The Mother's Council of Vancouver: Holding the Fort for the Unemployed, 1935-1938." BC Studies 69/70 (Spring/Summer 1986): 249-87. [British Columbia; unemployment; organized labour; strikes and lockouts; Great Depression]

Howard, Irene. The Struggle for Social Justice in British Columbia: Helena Gutteridge, the Unknown Reformer. Vancouver: UBC Press, 1992. [biography; feminism; political activism; organized labour]

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Indra, Doreen. "The Invisible Mosaic: Women, Ethnicity and the Vancouver Press, 1905-1976." Canadian Ethnic Studies 13, 1 (1981): 63-74. [journalism; British Columbia; economic roles; immigration and ethnicity]

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Jackel, Susan. Canadian Prairie Women’s History: A Bibliographic Survey.Ottawa: CRIAW/ICREF Publications, 1987

Jackel, Susan. "First Days, Fighting Days: Prairie Presswomen and Suffrage Activism, 1906-16." In First Days, Fighting Days: Women in Manitoba History, ed. Mary Kinnear: 53-75. Regina: Canadian Plains Research Center, 1987. [feminism; journalism; Canadian Women's Press Club; clubs and societies]

Jacobson, Helga E., and Naida D. Hyde. "Still Kissing the Rod: Women and Violence in British Columbia." In British Columbia Reconsidered: Essays on Women, eds. Gillian Creese and Veronica Strong-Boag: 217-29. Vancouver: Press Gang Publishers, 1992. [violence against women; criminal justice; journalism; social conditions]

Jahn, Cheryle. "‘Class, Gender and Agrarian Socialism': The United Farm Women of Saskatchewan, 1921-1931." Prairie Forum 19, 2 (1994): 189-206. [women in politics; feminism; political activism; rural]

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James, Susan, and Ivy Bourgeault. "To Fund or Not to Fund: The Alberta Decision." In Reconceiving Midwifery, eds. Ivy Lynn Bourgeualt, Cecilia Benoit and Robbie Davis-Floyd: 131-49. Montreal-Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, 2004. [health and wellness; childbirth; government policy; midwifery; health care; nursing]

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Jameson, Sheilagh S. "Women in the Southern Alberta Ranch Community: 1881-1914." In The Canadian West: Social Development and Economic Change, ed. Henry C. Klassen: 63-78. Calgary: Comprint Publishing, University of Calgary, 1977. [social conditions; frontier; domesticity; work]

Jeffries, Theresa M. "Sechelt Women and Self-Government." BC Studies 89 (Spring 1991): 81-88. [British Columbia; aboriginal self-government; treaties; First Nations]

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Johnston, Susan J. "Twice Slain: Female Sex-Trade Workers and Suicide in British Columbia, 1870-1920." Journal of the Canadian Historical Association (new series) 5 (1994): 147-66. [health and wellness; prostitution; urban; violence against women]

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Jones, Esyllt W. "Contact Across a Diseased Boundary: Urban Space and Social Interaction During Winnipeg's Influenza Epidemic, 1918-1919." Journal of the Canadian Historical Association 13,1 (2002): 119-39. [health care; health and wellness; nursing; volunteerism; urban; epidemic disease]

Jones, Jo Fraser, ed. Hobnobbing With a Countess and Other Okanagan Adventures: The Diaries of Alice Barrett Parke, 1891-1900. Vancouver: UBC Press, 2001. [life histories; British Columbia; pioneer settlement; social conditions; economic roles]

Jones, Marion E., and Maximilian D. Schmeiser. "‘Holding up the other half of the sky': The Contributions of Women to Community Viability." Prairie Forum 30, 2 (Fall 2005): 187-210. [Saskatchewan; employment; entrepreneurship; rural communities]

Jutras, Mathilde. "‘La Grande Nostalgie': French-Speaking Women and Homesickness in Early Twentieth-Century Saskatchewan." In "Other Voices": Historical Essays on Saskatchewan Women, eds. David De Brou and Aileen Moffatt: 41-59. Regina: Canada Plains Research Centre, 1995. [ethnicity; Francophone; oral histories; social conditions; religion; family history]

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Kalmakoff, Elizabeth. “Woman Suffrage.” http://esask.uregina.ca/entry/woman_suffrage.html

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Kalmakoff, Elizabeth. "Woman Suffrage in Saskatchewan." Order No. MM90998, The University of Regina (Canada). 1994.

Kaufert, Pat, and Kris Robinson. "Midwifery on the Prairies: Visionaries and Realists in Manitoba." In Reconceiving Midwifery, eds. Ivy Lynn Bourgeualt, Cecilia Benoit and Robbie Davis-Floyd: 204-19. Montreal-Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, 2004. [health and wellness; government policy; childbirth; health care; nursing]

Kealey, Linda. “Christine Mander, Emily Murphy: Rebel. First Female Magistrate in the British Empire.” Manitoba History 16 (Autumn 1988) http://www.mhs.mb.ca/docs/mb_history/16/firstfemalemagistrate.shtml

Kealey, Linda. "'No Special Protection - No Sympathy'. Women's Activism in the Canadian Labour Revolt of 1919." In Class, Community and the Labour Movement: Wales and Canada, 1850-1930, eds. Deian R. Hopkin and Gregory S. Kealey, 134-59. Edmonton: AU Press, 1989. [Women in the Winnipeg General Strike; Women and Labour; Women and Socialism; Women and Unions; Women and Activism.]

Kealey, Linda. "Women and Labour during World War I: Women Workers and the Minimum Wage in Manitoba." In First Days, Fighting Days: Women in Manitoba History, ed. Mary Kinear: 76-99. Regina: Canadian Plains Research Center, 1987. [employment; organized labour; Women's Labour Leage; strikes and lockouts]

Keet, Jean E. "The Law Reform Process, Matrimonial Property, and Farm Women: A Case Study of Saskatchewan, 1980-1986." Canadian Journal of Women and the Law 4 (1990): 166-189. [feminism; legal rights; rural; property rights]

Kehoe, Alice B. "Blackfoot Persons." In Women and Power in Native North America, eds. Laura F. Klein and Lillian A. Ackerman (Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, 1995): 113-25. [First Nations; social conditions; culture; myth and ritual]

Kelcey, Barbara E. and Angela E. Davis, eds., A Great Movement Underway: Women and The Grain Grower's Guide, 1908-1928. Winnipeg: Manitoba Record Society, 1997. [Grain Grower's Guide; social conditions; rural; agriculture; sources]

Kelm, Mary-Ellen. "A Life Apart: The Experience of Women and the Asylum Practice of Charles Doherty at British Columbia's Provincial Hospital for the Insane, 1905-1915." Canadian Bulletin of Medical History 11, 2 (1994): 335-55. [health and wellness; mental health; nursing]

Kelm, Mary-Ellen. "‘The only place likely to do her any good': The Admission of Women to British Columbia's Provincial Hospital for the Insane." BC Studies 96 (Winter 1992-93): 66-89. [medical profession; hospitals; health and wellness; health care; mental health]

Kelm, Mary-Ellen. "Part of a Large Company of White Folk: Making ‘Whiteness,' Marking Gender in the Letters of Nurse Margaret Butcher." In Caregiving on the Perihpery: Historical Perspectives on Nursing and Midwifery in Canada, ed. Myra Rutherdale: 127-57. Montreal-Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, 2010. [race and racism; nursing; midwifery; British Columbia; colonialism; identity]

Kelm, Mary-Ellen. "Riding into Place: Contact Zones, Rodeo, and Hybridity in the Canadian West, 1900-1970." Journal of the Canadian Historical Association, 18, 1 (2007): 107-32. [rodeos and stampedes; cultural perceptions; First Nations; sport]

Kelm, Mary-Ellen. "Women, Families and the Provincial Hospital for the Insane, British Columbia, 1905-1915." Journal of Family History 19, 2 (1994): [mental health; health and wellness; health care]

Kenny, Leslie and Warren Magnusson. "In Transition: The Women's House Saving Action." Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology 30, 3 (1993): 359-76. [Vancouver; British Columbia; feminism; social movements; housing]

Kerr, Janet Ross. Prepared to Care: Nurses and Nursing in Alberta, 1859-1996. Edmonton: University of Alberta Press, 1998. [nursing; employment; health care; health and wellness; hospitals; Grey Nuns]

Kerwin, Scott. "The Janet Smith Bill of 1924 and the Language of Race and Nation in British Columbia." BC Studies 121 (Spring 1999): 83-114. [race and racism; eugenics; sexuality; Chinese; immigration; legal rights]

Kinahan, Anne-Marie. ""A Splendid Army of Organized Womanhood": Gender, Communication and the National Council of Women of Canada, 1893--1918." Order No. NR08337, Carleton University (Canada), 2005.

Kinahan, Anne-Marie. "Transcendent Citizenship: Suffrage, the National Council of Women of Canada, and the Politics of Organized Womanhood." Journal Of Canadian Studies 42, no. 3 (Fall2008 2008): 5-27.

Kinnear, Mary. "‘An Aboriginal Past and a Multicultural Future': Margaret McWilliams and Manitoba History." Manitoba History 24 (September 1992): 2-7. [biography; clubs and societies; historiography; immigration and ethnicity]

Kinnear, Mary. "Disappointment in Discourse: Women University Professors at the University of Manitoba Before 1970." Historical Studies in Education 4, 2 (1992): 269-87. [higher education; employment; oral history; Royal Commission on the Status of Women]

Kinnear, Mary. "‘Do You Want Your Daughter to Marry a Farmer?' Women's Work on the Farm, 1922." In Canadian Papers in Rural History, vol. VI, ed. Donald H. Akenson: 137-53. Gananoque, ON: Langdale Press, 1988. [rural; farm work; social conditions; marriage; Grain Grower's Guide]

Kinnear, Mary. A Female Economy: Women's Work in a Prairie Province, 1870-1970. Montreal-Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, 1998. [rural; Manitoba; farm work; employment; economic roles; social conditions]

Kinnear, Mary. "How Difference Made a Difference: Women Medical Students at the University of Manitoba in the 1940s." Manitoba Medicine 63, 4 (1993): 135-36. [health care; higher education; universities and colleges; doctors; discrimination]

Kinnear, Mary. "Margaret McWilliams and ‘Her' Social Gospel." Manitoba History 22 (September 1991): 30-35. [Social Gospel; clubs and societies; biography; women in politics]

Kinnear, Mary. "‘Mostly for the Male Members': Teaching in Winnipeg, 1933-1966." Historical Studies in Education 6, 1 (1994): 1-20. [organized labour; sex discrimination; Manitoba; education]

Kinnear, Mary. "Post-Suffrage Prairie Politics: Women Candidates in Winnipeg Municipal Elections, 1918-38." Prairie Forum 16,1 (Spring 1991): 41-58. [women in politics; Manitoba; organized labour; political activism]

Kinnear, Mary. "Religion and the Shaping of ‘Public Woman': A Post-Suffrage Case Study." In Religion and Public Life in Canada: Historical and Comparative Perspectives, ed. Marguerite Van Die: 196-215. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2001. [biography; women in politics; Manitoba; Alberta; identity]

Kinnear, Mary. In Subordination: Professional Women, 1870-1970. Montreal-Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, 1995. [Manitoba; employment; higher education; nursing; teaching]

Kinnear, Mary. "That There Woman Lawyer: Women Lawyers in Manitoba, 1915-1970." Canadian Journal of Women and the Law 5, 2 (1992): 411-41. [employment; legal profession; social conditions; work]

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Klausen, Susanne. "The Plywood Girls: Women and Gender Ideology at the Port Alberni Plywood Plant, 1942-1991." Labour/Le Travail 41 (Spring 1998): 199-235. [World War Two; British Columbia; unskilled labour; Vancouver Island; labour migration]

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McPherson, Kathryn. "Nursing and Colonization: The Work of Indian Health Services Nurses in Manitoba, 1945-1970." In Women, Health and Nation: Canada and the United States Since 1945, ed. Georgina Feldbreg et. al.: 223-46. Montreal-Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, 2003. [health care; health and wellness; First Nations; colonialism]

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McPherson, Kathryn. "Was the ‘Frontier' Good for Women? Historical Approaches to Women and Agricultural Settlement in the Prairie West, 1870-1900." Atlantis: A Women's Journal 25, 1 (Fall/Winter 2000): 75-86

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Millar, Ruth. "Gladys Arnold: Second World War Correspondent and Free French Advocate." Saskatchewan History 52, 2 (2000): 47-53. [journalism; World War Two; biography]

Millar, Ruth. "Martha Bowes, Saskatchewan's First Woman Radio Announcer." Saskatchewan History 52, 1 (2000): 37-39. [biography; broadcasting; Saskatoon]

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Zelmanovits, Judith Bender. "Baby Rats and Canada's Food Rules: Nurses as Educators in Northern Communities." In Caregiving on the Perihpery: Historical Perspectives on Nursing and Midwifery in Canada, ed. Myra Rutherdale: 309-45. Montreal-Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, 2010. [health care; nursing; government policy; health and wellness]

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Zembrzycki, Stacey. "‘There Were Always Men in Our House': Gender and the Childhood Memories of Working-Class Ukrainians in Depression-Era Canada." Labour/Le Travailleur 60 (2007): 77-106. [Oral Histories; Winnipeg; Great Depression; immigration and ethnicity; working class]




No author, "Ella Hartt: Pioneer Photographer." Alberta History 27,1 (January 1979): 17-24. [arts and culture; photography]

No author: "The First Mission of the Sisters Faithful Companions of Jesus in the North-West Territories, 1883." Saskatchewan History 36,2 (June 1983): 70-77. [missionaries; education; immigration and ethnicity; First Nations; diaries and letters]

 

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