Coffee, Tea and Spinsters’ Spree: Female Imperialism in Sherbrooke and the Eastern Townships

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Title
Coffee, Tea and Spinsters’ Spree: Female Imperialism in Sherbrooke and the Eastern Townships
Abstract
A history of the Imperial Order Daughters of the Empire (IODE) in the Eastern Townships, which began in Sherbrooke in 1910. The IODE was the largest group of twentieth century female imperialists in the British Empire. Margaret Clark Murray, a journalist, philanthropist and wife of an influential McGill University professor, founded the organization in Montreal in 1900.
Publication
Journal of Eastern Townships Studies/Revue d’études des Cantons de l’Est
Volume
No. 21
Pages
73-97
Date
Fall 2002
Language
en
Citation
Pickles, Katie. “Coffee, Tea and Spinsters’ Spree: Female Imperialism in Sherbrooke and the Eastern Townships.” Journal of Eastern Townships Studies/Revue d’études des Cantons de l’Est No. 21 (Fall 2002): 73–97.
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