Suffrage Campaigns & Enfranchisement With Special Reference to Canada: Extended Bibliography



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Ambrose, Linda McGuire. For Home and Country: The Centennial History of the Women's Institutes in Ontario. Erin, Ont: Boston Mills Press, 1996.

Ambrose, Linda M., and Margaret Kechnie. "Social Control Or Social Feminism?: Two Views of the Ontario Women's Institutes." Agricultural History 73.2 (1999): 222-37.

Bridgen, Lorene. "On their Own Terms: Temperance in Southern Ontario's Black Community." Ontario History 101.1 (2009): 64-82, 125.

Bristow, Peggy. "'Whatever You Raise in the Ground You Can Sell It in Chatham': Black Women in Buxton and Chatham, 1850-1865." In We're Rooted Here and They Can't Pull Us Up: Essays in African Canadian Women's History. Ed. Peggy Bristow et al. , 69-142. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1994.

Cook, Sharon Anne. “’Continued and Persevering Combat’: The Ontario Woman’s Christian Temperance Union, Evangelicalism and Social Reform, 1874-1916.” Ph.D. thesis, Carleton University, 1990.

Cook, Sharon. “’Earnest Christian Women, Bent on Saving our Canadian Youth’: The Ontario Woman’s Christian Temperance Union and Scientific Temperance Instruction, 1881-1930”. Ontario History 86.3(September 1994): 249-267.

Cook, Sharon. “Educating for Temperance: The Woman’s Christian Temperance Union and Ontario Children, 1880-1916.” Historical Studies in Education/Revue d’histoire de l’éducation 5.2 (1993): 251-277.

Cook, Sharon. “Letitia Youmans: Ontario’s Nineteenth-Century Temperance Educator.” Ontario History 84 (December 1992): 329-42.

Cook, Sharon. “The Ontario Young Woman’s Christian Temperance Union: A Study in Female Evangelicalism, 1874–1930,” In Changing Roles of Women Within the Christian Church in Canada, Marilyn Fardig Whiteley, & Elizabeth Muir, eds. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1995: 299-320.

Cook, Sharon. “’Sowing Seed for the Master’: The Ontario W.C.T.U. and Evangelical Feminism, 1874–1930,” Journal of Canadian Studies, 30 (3): 175-194, 1995.

Cook, Sharon. Through Sunshine and Shadow: The Woman’s Christian Temperance Union, Evangelicalism, and Reform in Ontario, 1874-1930. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 1995.

Cummings, Emily. “A Century of Progress: Discussion Continued (1893).” In Documenting First Wave Feminisms, Volume II: Canada – National and Transnational Contexts. Ed. Nancy M. Forestell and Maureen Moynagh. 123-124. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2014.

Dryden, John. Womanhood Suffrage: A Speech by Hon. John Dryden: Delivered in the Ontario Legislature, May 19th 1893. Toronto: Warwick & Sons, 1893.

Duffin, Jacalyn. “The death of Sarah Lovell and the constrained feminism of Emily Stowe,” Canadian Medical Association Journal 146 (January–June 1992): 881–88. 

Fryer, Mary Beacock. Emily Stowe: Doctor and Suffragist. Toronto: Dundurn Press, 1990.

Gorham, Deborah. "Flora MacDonald Denison: Canadian Feminist." In A Not Unreasonable Claim, ed. Linda Kealey, 47-70. Toronto: Women's Press, 1979.

Gullen, Augusta Stowe. A Brief History of the Ontario Medical College for Women. Toronto: publisher uknown, 1906.

Halpern, Monda. And On That Farm He Had a Wife: Ontario Farm Women and Feminism, 1900-1970. Montreal: McGill-Queen's, 2001.

Halpern, Monda M. "But on the Farm...Feminism Means Something Else'': Ontario Farm Women and Feminism, 1900--1970." PhD dissertation, Queen’s University, 1997.

Kechnie, Margaret C. “The United Farm Women of Ontario: Developing a Political Consciousness.” Ontario History 77.4 (December 1985): 267-80.

Knight, Andrea. "Educating Working Women for the Vote: The Response of the Toronto Labour Movement to Women Suffrage." Master's thesis, University of Toronto, 1982.

McDonnell, Mary. “A Century of Progress for Women in Canada (1893).” In Documenting First Wave Feminisms, Volume II: Canada – National and Transnational Contexts. Ed. Nancy M. Forestell and Maureen Moynagh. 119-123. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2014.

MacEwan, Grant. “Jessie Turnbull McEwen: The Lady of Tullichewen.” In And Mighty Women Too: Stories of Notable Western Canadian Women. 59-66. Saskatoon, SK: Western Producer Prairie Books, 1975.

Morgan, Cecilia. "History, Nation, and Empire: Gender and Southern Ontario Historical Societies, 1890-1920s." Canadian Historical Review 82.3 (2001): 419-528.

Morrison, Terrence R. The Child and Urban Social Reform in Late-Nineteenth-Century Ontario. PhD Dissertation. University of Toronto, 1971.

Morrison, Terrence R. “”Their Proper Sphere”: Feminism, the Family, and Child-Centred Social Reform in Ontario, 1875-1900, Part 1” Ontario History 68.1 (1976): 45-64.

Morrison, Terrence R. “”Their Proper Sphere”: Feminism, the Family, and Child-Centred Social Reform in Ontario, 1875-1900, Part 2” Ontario History 68.2 (1976): 65-74.

Munnings, Gladys. "Thérèse Casgrain." Canadian Women of Distinction: Emily Ferguson Murphy, Agnes Campbell, Thérèse Casgrain, Molly (Mary) Brant, FrancesAnne [sic] Hopkins. 17-24. Newmarket, Ont.: Quaker Press, 1993.

Naylor, James. The New Democracy: Challenging the Social Order in Industrial Ontario, 1914-1925. University of Toronto Press, 1991.

Pickles, Katie. "Coffee, Tea and Spinsters' Sprees: Female Imperialism in Sherbrooke and the Eastern Townships." Journal of Eastern Townships Studies 21 (Fall 2002): 73-97.

Rankin, Pauline. “The Politicization of Ontario Farm Women.” In Beyond the Vote: Canadian Women and Politics, ed. Linda Kealey and Joan Sangster, 309-32. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1989.

Ray, Janet. Emily Stowe. Don Mills, Ont.: Fitzhenry and Whiteside, 1978.

Rhodes, Jane. Mary Ann Shadd Cary: The Black Press and Protest in the Nineteenth Century. Bloomington, Ind.: Indiana University Press, 1998.

Roberts, Barbara. “Women Against War, 1914-1918: Francis Beynon and Laura Hughes” In Up and Doing: Canadian Women and Peace. 48–65. Ed. Janice Williamson and Deborah Gorham. Toronto: The Women’s Press, 1989.

Roberts, Wayne. ““Rocking the Cradle for the World”: The New Woman and Maternal Feminism, Toronto, 1877-1914,” in A Not Unreasonable Claim: Women and Reform in Canada, 1880s-1920s, ed. Linda Kealey. Toronto: Women’s Press, 1979: 15-46.

Roberts, Wayne. “Six New Women: A Guide to the Mental Map of Women Reformers in Toronto.” Atlantis 3.1 (1977): 145-64.

Thompson, Joanne Emily. “The Influence of Dr. Emily Howard Stowe on the Woman Suffrage Movement in Canada.” Ontario History 54.4(December 1962): 253-66.

Yee, Shirley J. "Gender Ideology and Black Women as Community-Builders in Ontario, 1850-70." The Canadian Historical Review 75. 1 (March 1994): 53-73.

Youmans, Letitia. Campaign Echoes. Toronto: William Briggs, 1893.




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