Person’s Case (Canada) **Nellie McClung, Emily Murphy, Louise McKinney, Irene Parlby, Henrietta Muir Edwards
Bannerman, Jean Mackay. "The Famous Five". Leading ladies Canada. 210-234. Belleville : Mika Publishing Company, 1977.
Bushnell, Ian. The Captive Court: A Study of the Supreme Court of Canada. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 1992.
Cavanaugh, Catherine. In Search of a Useful Life: Irene Marryat Parlby, 1868-1965. PhD dissertation, University of Alberta, 1994.
Cavanaugh, Catherine. "Irene Marryat Parlby: An 'Imperial Daughter' in the Canadian West, 1896-1934." In Telling Tales: Essays in Western Women's History. Ed. Catherine Cavanaugh and Randi Warne. 100-22. Vancouver: UBC Press, 2000.
Cormack, Barbara. Perennial and Politics: The Life Story of Honourable Irene Parlby. Sherwood Park: Professional Printing, 1968.
Edwards, Henrietta Muir. Legal status of Canadian women, as shown by extracts from dominion and provincial laws relating to marriage, property, dower, divorce, descent of land, franchise, crime and other subjects. Calgary : National Council of Women of Canada, 1908.
Edwards, Henrietta Muir. Legal status of women of Alberta: as shown by extracts from dominion and provincial laws. [Edmonton?] : Issued by and under the authority of the Attorney General, 1921.
Findlay, Clare May. “The Honourable Irene Parlby.” Master’s Thesis, University of Alberta, 1953.
Kealey, Linda. ed., A Not Unreasonable Claim: Women and Reform in Canada, 1880s-1920s. Toronto: Women’s Press, 1979.
MacEwan, Grant. "Henrietta Muir Edwards: The lady and the Law". In And Mighty Women Too: Stories of Notable Western Canadian Women. 26-32. Saskatoon, SK: Western Producer Prairie Books, 1975.
MacLean, Una. “The Famous Five.” Alberta Historical Review 10.2 (Spring 1952): 1-4.
MacPherson, Margaret. Nellie McClung: Voice for the Voiceless. Montreal: XYZ Publishing, 2003.
Millar, Nancy. The Famous Five: Emily Murphy and the Case of the Missing Persons. Cochrane, AB: Western Heritage Centre, 1999.
Mossman, Mary Jane. “Feminism and Legal Method: The Difference it Makes.” Aust J. Of Law and Soc. 3.30 (1986): P#.
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.
Roome, Patricia Anne. “”From One Whose Home is Among the Indians”: Henrietta Muir Edwards and Aboriginal Peoples.” In Unsettled Pasts: Reconceiving the West through Women’s History. Ed. Sarah Carter, Lesley Erickson, Patricia Roome, and Char Smith. 47- 78. Calgary: University of Calgary Press, 2005.
Roome, Patricia Anne. Henrietta Muir Edwards : The Journey of a Canadian Feminist. PhD Dissertation, Simon Fraser University, 1996.
Sharpe, Robert J., and Patricia I. McMahon. The Persons Case: The Origins and Legacy of the Fight for Legal Personhood. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2007.
Sheehan, Nancy. “Achieving Personhood: Louise McKinney and the WCTU in Alberta, 1905-1930.” Women as Persons, Proceedings of the Third Annual Meeting (Edmonton, AB) of the Canadian Research Institute for the Advancement of Women (CRIAW), November 9-11, 1979. Toronto: Resources for Feminist Research, 1980.
Stone, Olive. “Canadian Women as Legal Persons: How Alberta Combines Judicial, Executive and Legislative Powers to Win Full Legal Personality For All Canadian Women.” Alberta Law Review 17.3 (1979): 331-371.
Warne, Randi. Literature as Pupit: The Christian Social Activism of Nellie L. McClung. Waterloo, Ont.: Wilfred University Press, 1993.
White, Anne. “The Persons Case, 1929: a Legal Definition of Women as Persons”. In Framing Our Past: Canadian Women’s History in the Twentieth Century. Ed. Sharon Anne Cook, Lorna R.McLean, and Kate O’Rourke. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2001.