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by Mary Quayle Innis

Free eBook Clear Spirit: Twenty Canadian Women and Their Times (Canadian university paperbooks ; 135) download ISBN: 0802014186
Author: Mary Quayle Innis
Publisher: University of Toronto Press (June 1967)
Language: English
Pages: 320
Category: Biography and Memoir
Subcategory: Specific Groups
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From a large number of vigorous and accomplished candidates a selection was made from various historical periods, from various regions of Canada, and from the various activities in which women have engaged.

From a large number of vigorous and accomplished candidates a selection was made from various historical periods, from various regions of Canada, and from the various activities in which women have engaged. eISBN: 978-1-4875-9979-9. As its national centennial project, the Canadian Federation of University Women decided to publish a book of biographies of Canadian women.

Xvi, 304 p. 24 cm. "Published on the occasion of the Centennial of Canadian Federation. Includes bibliographies. Donor challenge: For only a few more days, your donation will be matched 2-to-1. Triple your impact! To the Internet Archive Community, Time is running out: please help the Internet Archive today.

On their return to Canada, delegates to that meeting from University Women's Clubs in Toronto, Montreal . 14: The Clear Spirit: Twenty Canadian Women and Their Times. Ed. by Mary Quayle Innis, CFUW, 1966. Archival Finding Aids.

On their return to Canada, delegates to that meeting from University Women's Clubs in Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, Winnipeg and other Canadian cities met again in August 1919 to create the Canadian Federation of University Women, with Mrs. Margaret Stovel McWilliams of the Winnipeg Club as President.

Scott, Marylynn, "Mary Quayle Innis". In The Canadian Encyclopedia She attended the University of Chicago (PhB, 1919) before establishing careers. In The Canadian Encyclopedia. Mary Emma Quayle Innis, author (b at St Mary's, Ohio 1899; d at Toronto 10 Jan 1972), wife of . She attended the University of Chicago (PhB, 1919) before establishing careers in Canada as an economic historian and literary writer. Innis, Mary Emma Quayle.

Clear Spirit: Twenty Canadian Women and Their Times (Canadian university paperbooks ; 135). by Mary Quayle Innis. From a large number of vigorous and accomplished candidates a selection was made from various historical periods, from various regions of Canada, and from the various activities in which women have engaged. Each was to have significance in the development of Canadian society. It was also the wish of the .

Series: Canadian university paperbooks ; 198. Hardcover: 463 pages. ISBN-13: 978-0802022714. Shipping Weight: . pounds. Tell the Publisher! I'd like to read this book on Kindle

From a large number of vigorous and accomplished candidates a selection was made from various historical periods, from various regions of Canada, and from the various activities in which women have engaged.

The history of Canadian women covers half the population, but until recent years only comprised a tiny fraction of the historiography

The history of Canadian women covers half the population, but until recent years only comprised a tiny fraction of the historiography. The history of women in Canada is influenced by many events, notably major events of the 20th century such as the Persons Case, brought by five women - The Famous Five - in 1927 and decided in 1929. In the 1660s the French government sent about 800 young women (single or widowed) called King's Daughters ("filles du roi")

Ruth Howes, Adelaide Hunter Hoodless, 1857–1910, The clear spirit: twenty Canadian women and their times, ed. Mary Quayle Innis (Toronto, 1966), 103–19. Wendy Mitchinson, The YWCA and reform in the nineteenth century, SH, 12 (1979): 368–84

Ruth Howes, Adelaide Hunter Hoodless, 1857–1910, The clear spirit: twenty Canadian women and their times, ed. Wendy Mitchinson, The YWCA and reform in the nineteenth century, SH, 12 (1979): 368–84. E. C. Rowles, Home economics in Canada; the early history of six college programs: prologue to change (Saskatoon, Sask.

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