Sex, Politics and Religion: Controversies in Female Immigration Reform Work in Montreal, 1881-1919

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Title
Sex, Politics and Religion: Controversies in Female Immigration Reform Work in Montreal, 1881-1919
Abstract
A study of the Home of the Women's Protective (later Women's National) Immigration Society of Montreal, which opened in 1882 and was closed in 1917. Opened to aid female immigrants from the British Isles by a group of Protestant and Catholic women, the organization was opposed by a group of anti-feminist Protestant clergymen.
Publication
Atlantis
Volume
Vol. 6
Issue
no. 1
Pages
25-38
Date
Fall 1980
Language
en
URL
Citation
Roberts, Barbara. “Sex, Politics and Religion: Controversies in Female Immigration Reform Work in Montreal, 1881-1919.” Atlantis Vol. 6, no. 1 (Fall 1980): 25–38. http://journals.msvu.ca/index.php/atlantis/article/view/4686.
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