The Neglected Majority: THe Changing Role of Women in Nineteenth Century Montreal

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Authors/collaborators
Title
The Neglected Majority: THe Changing Role of Women in Nineteenth Century Montreal
Abstract
A study of the influx of women into nineteenth century Montreal, both from rural areas of the province and from overseas. The author points out the differences in attitudes between French Quebec women and those of British, Irish and Scottish origins.
Book Title
The Canadian City: Essays in Urban History
Series
Carleton Library, No. 109
Place
Toronto, ON
Publisher
McClelland and Stewart
Date
1977
Pages
255-281
Language
en
Notes

Essay originally published in Histoire sociale/Social History, No. 12 (November 1973): 202-223.

Citation
Cross, D. Suzanne. “The Neglected Majority: THe Changing Role of Women in Nineteenth Century Montreal.” In The Canadian City: Essays in Urban History, edited by Gilbert A. Stelter and Alan F. J. Artibise, 255–281. Carleton Library, No. 109. Toronto, ON: McClelland and Stewart, 1977.
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