A Guide to Women in Canadian History

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  Rosie the Riveter
Poster of WWII Rosie the Riveter.
Source: J.Howard Miller,United States War Production Commission Recruitment Poster, 1943. Public domain.
Note: The image came to symbolize the participation of North American women during WWII.

last of the Beothucks
Source: W. Gosse painting, from an original by Lady Hamilton ca. 1820. Newfoundland Museum. Public domain.

  Portia White stamp
Portia White Postage Stamp.
Source: Copyright Canada Post Corporation, 2000. Reproduced with Permission.

  Canadian Illustrated News, Aug.7, 1880
Better Late Than Never
Source: Canadian Illustrated News, vol.XXII, no.6, 81. Reproduced from the National Library of Canada's website Images in the News: Canadian Illustrated News.

  Daring Lady Flyers 
by Joyce Spring
Cover from the book Daring Lady Flyers by Joyce Spring. Lawrencetown Beach: Pottersfield Press, 1994.
  Hockey player Hayley Wickenheiser, Reuters Photo.
Hockey player Hayley Wickenheiser.
Source: Reuters
  Julie Payette
Canadian Space Agency Astronaut Julie Payette, before her flight May 27-June 6, 1999.
Source: Canadian Space Agency

  Micmac girl
Portrait of a Micmac girl from Nova Scotia by artist Mary R. McKie; a watercolour and gum arabic over pencil, 1840-46.
Source: Library and Archives Canada, Acc. No. 1990-207-93. Copyright expired.

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