Main Bibliography: Includes ALL items 10
Suffrage generally 64
Atlantic Canada: New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, PEI 69
BC and the Yukon 71
Prairie Provinces and NWT (including the now Nunavut) 76
Autobiographies of Suffragists 85
Biographies of Suffragists 85
Biographies of early female politicians 90
Suffragettes (supporting militancy) as opposed to suffragists 91
Person’s Case (Canada) **Nellie McClung, Emily Murphy, Louise McKinney, Irene Parlby, Henrietta Muir Edwards 91
Women’s History: Overviews (Canada & Québec) 93
Contemporary Issues related to Enfranchisement (focus on Canada) 96
Indigeneity & Settler Colonialism 100
Indigenous Politics: focusing inclusion of women, traditional power and post-colonial experiences in Canada, US, Australia, and New Zealand 100
Indigenous Women: broad area of political rights both in Canada/US and in their own societies 102
Imperialism & Settler Colonialism (Suffrage and) 104
Married Women’s Nationality (Suffrage &) 109
Citizenship (Suffrage &) 109
War & Pacifism (Suffrage &) 111
League of Nations and discussions of suffrage as a form of human rights 114
United Nations and discussions of suffrage as a form of human rights 114
Comparative suffrage campaigns w/ focus on the English-speaking and French-speaking worlds (i.e. UK, France, US, Australia, NZ) 114
Transnational Suffrage Movement: International Suffrage Orgs (International Council of Women, Women’s International League for Peace & Freedom) 117
British Empire 118
France and Belgium 124
United States 125
Political Relations and Collaborations 134
Abolition (Suffrage &) 134
Labour Movement (Suffrage &) 136
Social Democratic/Socialist (Suffrage &) 138
Other Left-Wing Groups: Anarchists, Communists, etc. (Suffrage &) 140
Women’s Parties and Organizations (Suffrage &) 140
Temperance (Suffrage &) 142
Right-wing Feminism (Suffrage &) 145
Social/Cultural Intersections: Intersectional Considerations 145
Class (Significance of) 146
Gender & Sexuality (Significance of) 148
‘Race’ (Significance of) 149
Intersectionality & Suffrage (Significance of) 154
Incarceration (Significance of) 155
Religion/Religious Affiliation (Significance of) 156
Motherhood, Reproduction, and Birth Control (Significance of) 158
Children & Youth (Suffrage &) 160
Nationalism (Suffrage &) 160
New Woman (Suffrage &) 161
Eugenics (Suffrage &) 163
Media and Tactics 164
Visual Culture Ephemera: Posters/theatre/film etc. (Canada) 167
Suffrage Newspapers/ Women’s Rights Magazines and Pamphlets 168
Various Pamphlets 169
Suffragist Journalists and Woman’s Page Editors 169
Suffrage Journalism & Interpretation 169
Fiction (Canada) 179
Novels & Short Stories (also New Woman Lit) 179
Suffragette Literature, Interpretation 180
Historiography *add Joan Scott 182
Feminism & Suffrage (2nd Wave and subsequent linkages) 183
Political Science & Law: Approaches to the vote and enfranchisement 185
Edited Collections (Suffrage materials) 189
Visual Material (Collections of photos and material objects i.e. Suffrage banners) 191
Bibliographies and Reference Works 192
Dissertations & Theses 193
Online Resources 195
Online Archives 196
Juvenile Literature 197
Films*Not included in the main bibliography 198
Main Bibliography: Includes ALL items
Acton, Janice, Penny Goldsmith, and Bonnie Shepard. Women at Work: Ontario, 1850-1930
. Toronto: Canadian Women's Educational Press
Adams, Katherine H. Alice Paul and the American Suffrage Campaign. Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 2007.
Addams, Jane. The Modern City and the Municipal Franchise for Women. Warren, Ohio: National American Woman Suffrage Association, Headquarters, 1906.
Addams, Jane. Peace and Bread in Time of War. New York: The MacMillan Company, 1922.
Addams, Jane, et al. Venturing into Usefulness: Vol. 2. Champaign; Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 2009.
Addams, Jane. Women in Public Life. Philadelphia: American Academy of Political and Social Science, 1914.
Addams, Jane. Why Women Should Vote. Harrisburg, Pa: National American Woman Suffrage Association, 1912.
Agnew, Vijay.. “Canadian Feminism and Women of Color.” Women’s Studies International Forum 16.3 (1993): 217-27.
Alberti, Johanna. Beyond Suffrage: Feminists in War and Peace, 1914-1928. Houndmills: Macmillan, 1989.
Allan, James McGrigor. Woman Suffrage Wrong In Priciple and Practice: An Essay. London, Remington, 1890.
Allen, Paula Gunn. The Sacred Hoop: Recovering the Feminine in American Indian Traditions. Boston: Beacon Press, 1986.
Allgor, Catherine. Parlor Politics: In Which the Ladies of Washington Help Build a City and a Government. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 2000.
Alliance Canadienne pour le Vote des Femmes du Québec. Brief for the Royal Commission on Dominion-Provincial Relations. Westmount: Alliance Canadienne pour le Vote des Femmes du Québec, 1938.
Ambrose, Linda McGuire. For Home and Country: The Centennial History of the Women's Institutes in Ontario. Erin, Ont: Boston Mills Press, 1996.
Ambrose, Linda M., and Margaret Kechnie. "Social Control Or Social Feminism?: Two Views of the Ontario Women's Institutes." Agricultural History 73.2 (1999): 222-37.
Amos, Valerie, and Pratibha Parmar. “Challenging Imperial Feminism.” Feminist Review 17 (1984): 3-19.
Anderson, Bonnie S. Joyous Greetings: The First International Women’s Movement 1830-1860. New York: Oxford University Press, 2000.
Anderson, Kim and Bonita Lawrence, eds. Strong Women Stories: Native Vision and Community Survival. Toronto: Sumach Press, 2003.
Anthony, Susan B. and Ida Husted Harper, ed. History of Women Suffrage 1848-1861. Vol. I. Rochester: Fowler and Wells, 1902.
Anthony, Susan B. and Ida Husted Harper, ed. History of Women Suffrage 1861-1876. Vol. II. Rochester: Fowler and Wells, 1902.
Anthony, Susan B. and Ida Husted Harper, ed. History of Women Suffrage 1876-1885. Vol. III. Rochester: Fowler and Wells, 1902.
Anthony, Susan B. and Ida Husted Harper, ed. History of Women Suffrage 1883-1900. Vol. IV. Rochester: Fowler and Wells, 1902.
Anthony, Susan B. and Ida Husted Harper, ed. History of Women Suffrage 1900-1920. Vol. V. Rochester: Fowler and Wells, 1902.
Anthony, Susan B. and Ida Husted Harper, ed. History of Women Suffrage 1900-1920. Vol. VI. Rochester: Fowler and Wells, 1902.
Apostol, Jane. “Why Women Should Not Have the Vote: Anti-Suffrage Views in the Southland in 1911.” Southern California Quarterly 70 (Spring 1988): 29-42.
Ardis, Ann L. New Women, New Novels: Feminism and Early Modernism. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 1990.
Arendt, Sylvie D'Augerot. "Why So Late? Cultural and Institutional Factors in the Granting of Quebec and French Women's Political Rights." Journal of Canadian Studies 2,6 (Spring 1991): 138-65.
Archambault, Lorraine, and Anita Caron. Thérèse Casgrain : Une femme tenace et engagée. Texts collected by. Sainte-Foy: Presses de l’Université du Québec, 1993.
Ardis, Ann. New Women, New Novels: Feminism and Early Modernism. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 1990.
Armstrong, Colleen, ed., Extraordinary Ordinary Women: Manitoba Women and Their Stories. Winnipeg: Manitoba Clubs of the Canadian Federation of University Women, 2002.
Arscott, Jane. “A Job Well Begun… Representation, Electoral Reform and Women’s Interests” in Gender and Politics in Contemporary Canada, ed. Francois-Pierre Gingras (Toronto: Oxford University Press, 1995), 56-84.
Arscott, Jane. “Twenty-five Years and Sixty-Five Minutes After the Royal Commission on the Status of Women.” International Journal of Canadian Studies 11 (Spring 1995): 33-58.
Arscott, Jane and Linda Trimble, eds. In the Presence of Women: Representation in Canadian Governments. Toronto: Harcourt, 1997.
Arscott, Jane and Linda Trimble. Still Counting: Women in Politics Across Canada. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2003.
Atkinson, Diane. The Purple, White & Green: Suffragettes in London, 1906-1914. London: Museum of London, 1992.
Atkinson, Elmira Elliott. Confessions of a Chorus Girl (New York: The Grafton Press, 1903).
Aubin, Georges. “Les Femmes Patriotes : de la Fiction à la Réalité.” Bulletin d’histoire politique, 12.1 (automne 2003) : 43-57.
Austin, A.M. Rev. Principal. Woman; Her Character, Culture and Calling. A Full Discussion fo Woman’s Work int eh Home, the School, the Church and the Social Circle; with an Account of Her Successful Labors in Moral and Social Reform, her Heroic Work for God and Humanity in the Mission Field, Her Success as a Wage-Earner and in Fighting Life’s Batte Alone; with Chapters on all Departments of Woman’s Training and Culture, Her Claims to the Higher Education, and the Best Methods to be Pursued Therein. By a Galaxy of Distinguished Authors in the United States and Canada. Intro. Frances E. Willard. Brantford, Ont.: The Book & Bible House, 1890.