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Title Rethinking Canada : the promise of women's history / edited by Veronica Strong-Boag & Anita Clair Fellman.
Imprint Toronto ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1997.
Edition 3rd ed.

Subject Women -- Canada -- History.
Women -- Canada -- Social conditions.
Alt Name Strong-Boag, Veronica Jane.
Fellman, Anita Clair.
Description xi, 498 p. ; 23 cm.
Edition 3rd ed.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
ISBN 0195412915
OCLC # 38990127
Table of Contents
 Separate Confrontations: Gender as a Factor in Indian Adaptation to European Colonization in New France / Carol Devens11
 New France: Les femmes favorisees / Jan Noel33
 Patriarchy and Paternalism: The Case of the Eastern Ontario Loyalist Women / Janice Potter57
 The Role of Native Women in the Fur Trade Society of Western Canada, 1670-1830 / Sylvia Van Kirk70
 Women and the Escheat Movement: The Politics of Everyday Life on Prince Edward Island / Rusty Bittermann79
 The Queen is a Whore! / Allan Greer93
 Ladies' Academies and 'Seminaries of Respectability': Training 'Good' Women of Upper Canada / Elizabeth Jane Errington112
 Gender Ideology and Black Women as Community-Builders in Ontario, 1850-70 / Shirley J. Yee135
 Women's Workplaces: The Impact of Technological Change on Working-Class Women in the Home and in the Workplace in Nineteenth-Century Montreal / Bettina Bradbury154
 Sex and Shame: Some Thoughts on the Social and Historical Meaning of Rape / Karen Dubinsky170
 In Their Own Right: Convents, an Organized Expression of Women's Aspirations / Marta Danylewycz182
 'La vie en rose'? Metis Women at Batoche, 1870 to 1920 / Diane P. Payment201
 'Not to be Ranked as Women': Female Industrial Workers in Turn-of-the-Century Halifax / Sharon Myers216
 Good Wives and Wise Mothers: Japanese Picture Brides in Early Twentieth-Century British Columbia / Midge Ayukawa238
 Women, Work, and the Office: The Feminization of Clerical Occupations in Canada, 1901-1931 / Graham S. Lowe253
 'Ever a Crusader': Nellie McClung, First-Wave Feminist / Veronica Strong-Boag271
 Claiming a Unique Place: The Introduction of Mothers' Pensions in British Columbia / Margaret Hillyard Little285
 Telling Our Stories: Feminist Debates and the Use of Oral History / Joan Sangster304
 Deviants Anonymous: Single Mothers at the Hopital de la Misericorde in Montreal, 1929-1939 / Andree Levesque322
 From Contadina to Worker: Southern Italian Immigrant Working Women in Toronto, 1947-1962 / Franca Iacovetta337
 Carrier Women and the Politics of Mothering / Jo-Anne Fiske359
 Home Dreams: Women and the Suburban Experiment in Canada, 1945-60 / Veronica Strong-Boag375
 Remembering Lesbian Bars: Montreal, 1955-1975 / Line Chamberland402
 Immigration Policies, Migrant Domestic Workers, and the Definition of Citizenship in Canada / Sedef Arat-Koc424
 From 'Shipped Girls' to 'Brides of the State': The Transition from Familial to Social Patriarchy in the Newfoundland Fishing Industry / Barbara Neis437
 The Origins of the Women's Movement in Quebec / Micheline Dumont462
 Gender and Public Policy: Making Some Difference in Ottawa / Sandra Burt479