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Women

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Andreychuk, Raynell (1944–) Armstrong, Grace (ca. 1867–1960) Atkinson, Isabel (1891–1968) Atkinson, Patricia (1952–) Baker, Lucy (1836–1909) Bamford Fletcher, Joan (1918–79) Barmby, Marjorie (1904–89) Belcher, Margaret (1920–2003) Binnie-Clark, Georgina (1871–1947) Blondeau, Melanie (Malaneh) (1866– ca. 1932) Blue, Grace E. (1891–1992) Bowman, Lillie (1894–1969) Bradley, Judy Llewellyn (1952–) Brass, Eleanor (1905–92) Business and Professional Women’s Clubs Butters, M. Isabelle (1929–) Caldwell, Jessie (1901–90) Cameron, Elizabeth (1875–1959) Canadian Federation of University Women (CFUW) Canadian Girls in Training Capeling-Alakija, Sharon (1944– 2003) Carter, Mary Yvonne (1923–2010) Chabot, Irène (1930–) Chase, Lillian (ca. 1894–1987) Councils of Women Crofford, Joanne Sharon (1947–) Cruickshank, Elizabeth (1895–1989) Davidson, Agnes (1900–96) Delury, Abigail (1868–1957) Dixon, Sophia (1900–94) Douglas, Shirley (1934–) Dumont, Madeleine (1840–86) Duperreault, Marie-Anne (1885–1976) Dyck, Lillian Eva (1945–) Elizabeth Fry Society of Saskatchewan Feminism: Consciousness and Activism Since the 1960s First Nations Women in Saskatchewan Fournier, Marguerite (1919–2000) Fournier, Pearl (1907–82) Gilroy, Marion (1912-1981) Girl Guides Goldman, Dorothy (1904–96) Gosselin, Rosa (1890–1964) Graham, Marion Margaret (1903– 95) Greensmith, Dorothy (ca. 1890– 1951) Greensmith, Dorothy (ca. 1890 - 1951). Greenwood Andrews, Nellie (1864– 1958) Gruchy, Lydia E. (1894–1992) Halfe, Louise (1953–) Hamilton, Doreen Ellen (1951–) Hanway, Mabel (1893–1968) Harris, Margaret (1921–2006) Henry, Emma (1881–1968) Hnatyshyn, Helen (1909–93) Hoag, Jackie (1911–2000) Hollis, Annie (1871–1941) Homemakers’ Clubs and Women’s Institutes Immigrant, Refugee, and Visible Minority Women of Saskatchewan (IRVM) Imperial Order Daughters of the Empire (IODE) Jaques, Edna (1891–1978) Knight, Leith (1924–) Lafond, Alphonsine (1926–2000) Legal Rights of Women Lizée, Yvonne (1899–1974) Lucas, Louise (1885–1945) McGill, Frances (1882–1959) McGill, Ruth Switzer (1909–74) McKinnon, Eleanor (1912–2004) McNaughton, Violet Clara (1879– 1968) McVicar, Ivy (1907–) Métis Women Michalenko, Johanna (1910–) Moodie, Geraldine (1854–1945) Morrison, Frances (1918–) Moss, Gwenna (1937–) Motherwell, Catherine Gillespie (1866–1952) Murray, Christina (1866–1947) Neatby, Hilda (1904–75) Olson, Louise (ca. 1903–98) Organized Farm Women in the WGG, the UFC, the SFU, and the NFU Oxner, Bertha (1885–1960) Papen, Marie-Antoinette (1907–89) Petterson, Ida M. (1912–99) Pezer, Vera (1939–) Potter Clubb, Sally (1917–92) Religion and “Non-Aboriginal” Women in Saskatchewan Riel, Sara (1848–83) Robinson, Marguerite E. (ca. 1902– 75) Rocan, Mary (1913–2004) Saskatchewan War Brides Association Saskatchewan Women’s Agricultural Network (SWAN) Saskatoon Women’s Calendar Collective (SWCC) Sheldon-Williams, Catherine (1869– 1949) Sherman, Marion (ca. 1909–88) Shumiatcher, Jacqui (1923–) Spencer, Marguerita (Rita) (1892–1993) Stapleford, Maude (1884–1962) Status of Women Office Stechishin, Savella (1903–2002) Stevenson, Theresa (1926–) Storer, Effie Laurie (1867–1948) Strum, Gladys (1906–) Taylor, Tillie (1922–) Timlin, Mabel (1891–1976) Tkachuk, Mary (1912–2003) Trew, Beatrice Janet (1897–1976) Turpel-Lafond, Mary Ellen (1963–) Voice of Women Walker, Helena B. (Beatrice) (1887– 1963) Walker, Marjorie (c. 1902–76) Waygood, Kathryn B. (1944–) Wheeler, Bernelda Winona (1937–2005) Wheeler, Winona L. (1958–) Woman Suffrage Women and Agriculture Women and Politics Since the 1970s Women and Politics: Post-suffrage to the 1970s Women Entrepreneurs of Saskatchewan Inc. (WE) Women in Sports Women of Saskatchewan - Historical Overview Women’s Christian Temperance Union (WCTU) Women’s Health Women’s Movement, 1970–2004 Women’s Musical Club of Regina Women’s Musical Club of Saskatoon Young Women’s Christian Association (YWCA)
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