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


Suffrage Journalism & Interpretation



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Suffrage Journalism & Interpretation


Benedictsson, Margrét. “Women’s Rights” and “Women’s Equal Rights (1898).” In Documenting First Wave Feminisms, Volume II: Canada – National and Transnational Contexts. Ed. Nancy M. Forestell and Maureen Moynagh. 124-128. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2014.

Coleman, Kit. To London for the Jubilee. Toronto: G. Morang, 1897.

Crippen, Carolyn. “Three Manitoban Pioneer Women: A Legacy of Servant-Leadership.” Manitoba History 53 (October 2006): 11-21.

Dafoe, Christopher. “Agricultural Writer E. Cora Hind Gleaned her World-Famous Ability to Forecast Crop Yields the Hard Way—by Striding into the fields.” The Beaver 85.4 (2005): 50-51.

Dean, Misao. A Different Point of View: Sara Jeannette Duncan. Montreal: McGill Queen's University Press, 1991.

Delap, Lucy, Maria Dicenzo, and Leila Ryan. Feminism and the Periodical Press 1900-1918, Volume I. New York: Routledge, 2006.

Delap, Lucy, Maria Dicenzo, and Leila Ryan. Feminism and the Periodical Press 1900-1918, Volume II. New York: Routledge, 2006.

Delap, Lucy, Maria Dicenzo, and Leila Ryan. Feminism and the Periodical Press 1900-1918, Volume III. New York: Routledge, 2006.

Delap, Lucy, Maria Dicenzo, and Leila Ryan. Feminist Media History: Suffrage, Periodicals and the Public Sphere. London: Palgrave, 2011.

Doughan, David, and Denise Sanchez. Feminist Periodicals 1855–1984: An Annotated Critical Bibliography of British, Irish, Commonwealth and International Titles. Brighton: Harvester Press, 1987.

Fiamengo, Janice Anne. The Woman's Page: Journalism and Rhetoric in Early Canada. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2008.

Freeman, Barbara M. Kit’s Kingdom: The Journalism of Kathleen Blake Coleman. Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 1989. Print.

Freeman, Barbara M. “Ferguson, Catherine, Kit Coleman.” Dictionary of Canadian Biography Online, vol 14. Toronto: University of Toronto/Universite Laval, 1998. Online.

Haig, Kennethe M. Brave Harvest: The Life Story of E. Cora Hind. Toronto: Thomas Allen, Ltd., 1945.

Hicks, Anne. "Francis Beynon and The Guide." First Days, Fighting Days: Women in Manitoba History. Ed. Mary Kinnear. Regina: Canadian Plains Research Center, 1987, 41-52.

Johnson, Sigrid, “Margret Benedictsson, Freyja and the Struggle for Women’s Equality.” The Icelandic Canadian. (Spring 1994): 117-127.

Johnstone, Tiffany. “A New Woman of the Canadian West: E. Cora Hind (1861-1942).” Woman Suffrage and Beyond: Confronting the Democratic Deficit. (21 April 2013). Web.

Kelcey, Barbara E. and Angela E. Davis, eds., A Great Movement Underway: Women and the Grain Growers’ Guide, 1908–1928. Winnipeg: The Manitoba Record Society Publications, Vol. XII, 1997.

MacEwan, Grant. “Cora Hind: Voice of the Agricultural West.” Mighty Women: Stories of Western Canadian Pioneers. 100-110. Vancouver: Greystone Books Ltd., 1995.

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

Silverstone, Stanley. Index to Microfiches of Newspaper Clippings on Woman Suffrage, 1913-1928: (from the Toronto Public Library scrapbooks). Toronto: Metropolitan Toronto Library, Social Sciences Department, 1984.

Solomon, Martha M., ed. A Voice of Their Own: The Woman Suffrage Press, 1840-1910. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, 1991.

Strong-Boag, Veronica. “Print and the Promotion of Women’s Suffrage.” In History of the Book in Canada, Volume II 1840-1918. Ed. Yvan Lamonde, Patricia Lockhart-Fleming, and Fiona A. Black. 349-351.Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2005.

Ward, Elizabeth Jane. "The Power of the Pen: Women Journalists in Alberta, 1905-1930." MA Thesis, University of Calgary, 1994.

White, Anne, Ed. A New Day for Women: Life and Writings of Emily Spencer Kerby. Calgary: Historical Society of Alberta, 2004.
First Wave Suffragist (and government) Accounts
Canada

Alliance Canadienne pour le Vote des Femmes du Québec. Brief for the Royal Commission on Dominion-Provincial Relations. Westmount: Alliance Canadienne pour le Vote des Femmes du Québec, 1938.

Austin, A.M. Rev. Principal. Woman; Her Character, Culture and Calling. A Full Discussion fo Woman’s Work int eh Home, the School, the Church and the Social Circle; with an Account of Her Successful Labors in Moral and Social Reform, her Heroic Work for God and Humanity in the Mission Field, Her Success as a Wage-Earner and in Fighting Life’s Batte Alone; with Chapters on all Departments of Woman’s Training and Culture, Her Claims to the Higher Education, and the Best Methods to be Pursued Therein. By a Galaxy of Distinguished Authors in the United States and Canada. Intro. Frances E. Willard. Brantford, Ont.: The Book & Bible House, 1890.

Benedictsson, Margrét. “Women’s Rights” and “Women’s Equal Rights (1898).” In Documenting First Wave Feminisms, Volume II: Canada – National and Transnational Contexts. Ed. Nancy M. Forestell and Maureen Moynagh. 124-128. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2014.

Beynon, Francis Marion. “The Foreign Woman’s Franchise (1916).” In Documenting First Wave Feminisms, Volume II: Canada – National and Transnational Contexts. Ed. Nancy M. Forestell and Maureen Moynagh. 144-145. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2014.

Beynon, Francis Marion. "Wanted: A Sense of Responsibility." Grain Growers Guide. Winnipeg: 23 April 1917.

Binnie-Clark, Georgina. Wheat and Woman. 1914: reprint, Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1979.

Blewett, Jean. Canadian Woman and Her Work. Toronto: Canadian Suffrage Association, 1900. Pamphlet.

Boomer, Harriet. “For Canadian Unity: The Great Question Shall We Win the War or Quit the War Can Only Be Answered by a United People Behind the Union Government.” In Women’s War Talks to Women. 4-6. Union Government Publicity Bureau. Ottawa: Modern Press, 1917?.

Bourassa, Henri. Femmes-hommes ou hommes et femmes? Études à bâtons rompus sur le féminisme. Montréal: Impr. du Devoir, 1925.

Borden, Robert Laird. Loi électorale durant la guerre : discours prononcé par le Très Honorable Sir Robert Laird Borden, K.C., P.C., G.C.M.G., dans la Chambre des communes, 10 septembre 1917. Ottawa: Union Government Publicity Bureau, 1917.

Bowker, Kathleen. “Should Women Keep out of Politics?: The Unique Opportunity For Those Who Have Votes, And Those Who Haven’t, Is To Sustain the Men at the Front.” In Women’s War Talks to Women. 2-3. Union Government Publicity Bureau. Ottawa: Modern Press, 1917?.

"Canada's "Disfranchising" Bill." Woman Citizen 1 (1917): 309.

Canadian Reconstruction Association, Women’s Department. Women and Reconstruction. Toronto?: Canadian Reconstruction Association, Women’s Department, 1918.

Canadian Suffrage Association. Report of Interview with the Right Honorable R. L. Borden, Prime Minister of Canada. Toronto: Canadian Suffrage Association, 1912.

Canadian Women’s Suffrage Association. Constitution and rules of the Canadian Women's Suffrage Association: inaugurated at a public conversazione held in the city council chamber of Toronto on 9th March, 1883. Toronto: S.n., 1883.

Casgrain, Thérèse. A Woman in a Man’s World. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1972.

Casgrain, Thérèse F. Let's Face the Facts, No. 22: Address to the Men and Women of Canada by Madame Pierre Casgrain. Ottawa : Director of Public Information for Canada, 1940. 

Cole, Florence Trenholme. “Concerning Suffrage (1913).” In Documenting First Wave Feminisms, Volume II: Canada – National and Transnational Contexts. Ed. Nancy M. Forestell and Maureen Moynagh. 142-144. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2014.

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.

Denison, Flora MacDonald. “Report on Attendance at the International Women’s Suffrage Alliance Conference (1906).” In Documenting First Wave Feminisms, Volume II: Canada – National and Transnational Contexts. Ed. Nancy M. Forestell and Maureen Moynagh. 128-133. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2014.

Denison, Flora MacDonald. Woman Suffrage in Canada. Toronto: Toronto Suffrage Association, 1912.

Editorial, Jus Suffragli. “International Response to Women Gaining Federal Franchise in 1917 (1918).” In Documenting First Wave Feminisms, Volume II: Canada – National and Transnational Contexts. Ed. Nancy M. Forestell and Maureen Moynagh. 147-148. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2014.

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.

Ford, Miriam Allen de. "When a Girl Is Young." Alberta Labour News. Edmonton, 18 September 1920.

Gérin-Lajoie, Marie. "Le suffrage féminin." Dans La Bonne parole 10 (1922): 3, 6.

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

Hamilton, Constance. “Letter to the Editor of Jus Suffragli (1918).” In Documenting First Wave Feminisms, Volume II: Canada – National and Transnational Contexts. Ed. Nancy M. Forestell and Maureen Moynagh. 148-149. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2014.

Hantsport Women’s Christian Temperance Union. “Petition for the Enfranchisement of Women (1878).” In Documenting First Wave Feminisms, Volume II: Canada – National and Transnational Contexts. Ed. Nancy M. Forestell and Maureen Moynagh. 119. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2014.

Hind, Cora E. Why Women Should Support the Union Government. Ottawa: Union Government Publicity Bureau, 1917.

Hughes, James. Equal Suffrage. Toronto: William Briggs, 1895.

Hughes, Samuel. To the Children and Youth of Friends' Families: Constituting Yonge Street Monthly Meeting, and to All Others in Similar Circumstances. Mountpleasant, Ohio: Enoch Harris, printer, 1851. Print.




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