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Some sources for women"s history in the Public Archives of Canada

Heather Reilly

Some sources for women"s history in the Public Archives of Canada

by Heather Reilly

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Published by National Museums of Canada in Ottawa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Public Archives of Canada.,
  • Women -- Canada -- History -- Sources -- Bibliography.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementHeather Reilly & Marilyn Hindmarch.
    SeriesPaper / National Museum of Man. History Division -- no. 5, Mercury series, Mercury series -- no. 5., Mercury series
    ContributionsHindmarch,, Public Archives of Canada.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsZ7964.C36 R53, HQ1453 R53
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, 93 p. :
    Number of Pages93
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14080864M

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Some sources for women"s history in the Public Archives of Canada by Heather Reilly Download PDF EPUB FB2

Some sources for women's history in the Public Archives of Canada Book Description: A selected bibliography of holdings (nineteenth and twentieth century, English language private papers) in the Public Archives of Canada of interest to the study of women’s history.

Some sources for women's history in the Public Archives of Canada. In this Book. Additional Information. A selected bibliography of holdings (nineteenth and twentieth century, English language private papers) in the Public Archives of Canada of interest to the study of women’s history.

Table of Contents. Cover Download. Some sources for women's history in the Public Archives of Canada. Ottawa: National Museums of Canada, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Heather Rielly; Marilyn Hindmarch; Public Archives Canada. Some sources for women's history in the Public Archives of Canada.

Ottawa: National Museums of Canada, (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Heather Rielly; Marilyn Hindmarch; Public Archives Canada.

National Archives of Canada. Women’s archives guide: manuscript sources for the history of women. Ottawa, Ontario: National Archives of Canada, v,p.

English and French. Includes index. The papers in the National Archives of Canada, organized alphabetically. Z C36 N37 New York State Archives.

External Links. University AffairsThe University Affairs magazine takes you inside Canada's universities with the latest news, people on the move, book reviews, provocative opinion, research highlights and in-depth articles on a wide range of topics of interest to faculty, administrators and graduate students.

Two newspaper indexes (pre; ) found at the Public Archives, while by no means complete, include some references to community history information. Selected newspapers have also been indexed into the Master Name Index for vital statistics information, which can be helpful when looking for specific individuals or families.

French-Canadian Newspapers: An Essential Historical Source () (Database) (Archived) Gaspé Land Commission — names of claimants, Government of Canada Web Archive.

History of the Book in Canada (Archived) Home Children – Boards of Guardians. Home Children Records. Library and Archives Canada (LAC) has a collection strong in history, literature and music. The Learning Centre allows us to open our vaults to all Canadians by making some of our treasures available online.

Students gain access to material that will enrich their learning experience. Each of those pages explains what sources are available at Library and Archives Canada and other institutions and how to access them. Sources for genealogy research by place. Visit our Places page to see the list of provinces and territories.

Each of those pages provides information about records available at Library and Archives Canada for. Government of Canada Web Archive - Library and Archives Canada SinceLibrary and Archives Canada (LAC) has collected federal and non-federal web resources in the context of its Web Archiving Program.

This website, the Government of Canada Web Archive (GCWA), provides access to archived federal websites. The Brandon University Library and Brandon University Archives provide access to a range of primary sources in the field of history.

Listed below are collections that consist of documents, pamphlets, diaries, letters, images maps and historical newspapers useful for Canadian History papers written with Primary : Carmen Kazakoff-Lane.

Fragile Freedoms: Human Rights and Dissent in Canada, by Thomas R. Berger. (AMICUS ) (AMICUS ) Royal Commission on Complaints of Canadian Citizens of Japanese Origin who resided in British Columbia inthat their real and personal property had been disposed of by the Custodian of Enemy Property at prices less than the fair market value, by Henry.

Great source of images of women in Canadian history. Some reference photos online. Re the archival collections on women in Canadian history, the National Archives of Canada publishes a free guide book that describes the material it holds relating to individual women and groups of women: Women’s Archives Guide.

Nova Scotia Museum: Mi'kmaq. Get this from a library. Some sources for women's history at the Provincial Archives of Alberta. [Jean E Dryden; Provincial Archives of Alberta.]. Pieces of History: The 19th Amendment on Display at the National Archives.

Pieces of History: Jeannette Rankin: The Woman Who Voted to Give Women the Right to Vote. Pieces of History: Women can’t vote, but they can run for Congress. Pieces of History: Susan B. Anthony: Women’s Right to Vote.

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Women’s history primary sources Produced for the Archives Education Institute, the list below is a compilation of websites where teachers and educators can find resources to teach women’s history with primary sources in the classroom.

Covering allFile Size: KB. Women's History Sources: A Guide to Archives and Manuscript Collections in the United States [Hinding, Andrea] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Women's History Sources: A Guide to Archives and Manuscript Collections in the United States. Archives collect and preserve original documents created by organizations such as churches or governments.

Libraries generally collect published books, maps, microfilms, and other sources. This section describes major repositories of Canada’s genealogical and historical records. Many archives have Websites.

To find them do a Google search for the name of the archive or its locality. National Archives of Canada, formerly the Public Archives of Canada untilmerged with the National Library of Canada in to become Library and Archives ished init continues its mandate as part of Library and Archives Canada.History and mandate.

The Dominion Archives was founded in as a division within the Department of Agriculture and was transformed into the autonomous Public Archives of Canada in and renamed the National Archives of Canada in The National Library of Canada was founded in Freda Farrell Waldon contributed to the writing of the brief which led to the founding of the Location: Ottawa, Ontario.

The Archives Library Information Center (ALIC) is more than a traditional library. Recognizing that our customers no longer expect to work within the walls of a library, these pages are designed to provide NARA staff and researchers nationwide with convenient access to content beyond the physical holdings of our traditional library.

ALIC provides access to information on.