Silent Suffragette: Great Aunt Dee Dee's Militant Tendency

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Title
Silent Suffragette: Great Aunt Dee Dee's Militant Tendency
Abstract
A glimpse at the women's suffrage movement in Montreal in the early decades of the twentieth century, through the views of the author's husband's great aunt, Edith Nicholson. The author describes Nicholson as a "prim and proper missionary schoolmarm from a respectable working-class family in the Eastern Townships" who identified with the actions of the radical British suffragette, Emmeline Pankhurst.
Publication
Quebec Heritage News
Volume
Vol. 8
Issue
no. 1
Pages
17-20
Date
Winter 2014
Language
de
Citation
Nixon, Dorothy. “Silent Suffragette: Great Aunt Dee Dee’s Militant Tendency.” Quebec Heritage News Vol. 8, no. 1 (Winter 2014): 17–20.
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