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Women in Early Canada

Summary: A look at the roles women played in Canadian society from the 1800s to 1919, the year in which they obtained the right to vote in Canada. First on pioneer farms, then later in the industrial workplace, Canadian women during this period proved to be extremely motivated and strong individuals who kept households together, pushed beyond their limitations, and fought to give women of the future better lives.
Throughout the ages women have been struggling to find equality and respect in society. Women's choices in society were very limited before the turn of the century and were usually stuck with taking care of all the domestic duties. At this time women, society considered women to be morally superior to men, and men to be physically and intellectually stronger. During the industrial revolution, women in early Canada started leaving their homes, joining the work force, and fighting for their rights.

Women of early Canada worked really hard to establish their families in Canada's society. The job of looking after the house and family took lots of time and energy. On pioneer farms, women often shared the farm chores with their husbands and still did all the domestic work too. When money was tight the men would have to leave home and work in the town...

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